Memorial Medical Group
Memorial Medical Group is leading the way in medical care, bringing together
some of the nation's top healthcare experts to coordinate the best
possible care experience for patients. As the area’s largest affiliate
physician group, we are comprised of 80+
medical specialists who are leaders in their fields. Our professionals come from leading medical
schools and premier health systems around the country.Our system coordinates
everything from diagnostic results to treatment plans to medical records
among physicians within our hospital system and provides you access to
important information at any time.
You can be confident knowing that every Memorial Medical Group physician
is committed to delivering a superior level of care and a positive patient
experience. We center our care on you, creating a truly patient-focused
Expert care starts at Memorial Medical Group. Learn more by exploring our
contacting us today.
Breathe Easier: Getting Screened for Lung Cancer
Cancer is a scary word, and an even scarier diagnosis. Louisiana has the 11th highest incidence and 8th highest mortality rate of lung cancer in the U.S. Catching a tumor early increases your chance of successful treatment. But are you at risk? To learn more about lung cancer risk factors, testing techniques, and a brief treatment overview for lung cancer, please join Dr. Clifford Courville, MD, a board certified ...
Brian Harrell, MD Joins Memorial Medical Group
Memorial Medical Group Welcomes Brian Harrell, MD, CAQSM, FAAFP, a board-certified Family Medicine Specialist to its staff as part of the Memorial/LSUHSC Family Medicine Center. He is also fellowship-trained in sports medicine. In addition to treating patients of all ages, Dr. Harrell serves on the full-time faculty of the Memorial/LSUHSC Family Medicine Residency Program with fellow faculty members Bryan Barootes, ...
Free Seminar: On the Right Foot -Managing Diabetic Nerve Damage and Wound Care
Managing diabetes is difficult. A chronic disease that is often times incurable, those who suffer face a great many challenges that are unique to the disease, including but not limited to nerve pain and wounds on lower extremities. Proper management of diabetic symptoms can prevent these complications from occurring, but once they have occurred, they can be managed in a vast number of ways. To learn more about ...