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.
Free Seminar: Joint Pain & What You Knee-d to Know
Unfortunately, as we get older, joint pain can become an everyday nuisance that keeps us from living life to the fullest. According to the Center for Disease Control, 30% of adults report joint pain or stiffness at least once a month. Fortunately, there are several approaches to treating and reducing joint pain, both surgical and non-surgical. To learn more about joint pain risk factors, symptoms, and treatments ...
Orthopedic Surgeon Alan Hinton, MD joins Memorial Medical Group
Memorial Medical Group welcomes Alan Hinton, MD, a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon to its staff. Dr. Hinton joins fellow orthopedic surgeons Drs. Thomas Axelrad, Brett Cascio, Nathan Cohen, Robert Duarte, William Hubbard and Robert Moukarzel with Memorial Medical Group Orthopaedic Specialists. A native of Lake Charles, Dr. Hinton has a degree in chemical engineering from McNeese State ...
Free Seminar: A New Start for Every Heart
Aortic stenosis occurs when calcium builds up within the aortic valve, limiting the valve’s ability to open and close. The advancement of aortic stenosis cannot be medically reversed or stopped, but requires surgical intervention to treat. Surgical aortic valve replacement via open heart surgery is an effective treatment, but isn’t suitable for all patients. Fortunately, the Transcatheter Aortic Valve ...