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 95+
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
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Pulmonology Associates Moves Office
Memorial Medical Group Pulmonary Associates has relocated to the 3 rd Floor of the medical office building at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital. Pulmonologists Craig Broussard, MD, Clifford Courville, MD, Gary Kohler, MD, and Ben Thompson, MD are now located in Suite 350 directly above their former office location. The address is 2770 3 rd Avenue, Suite 350. The phone number remains the same at 337.494.2750.
Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon Jeffrey Balazsy, MD Joins Memorial Medical Group
Memorial Medical Group welcomes Jeffrey Balazsy, MD, a board-certified and fellowship-trained adult and pediatric orthopaedic surgeon and orthopaedic trauma surgeon to its staff. Dr. Balazsy comes to Memorial from McLaren Medical Center-Macomb in Mt. Clements, Michigan. He joins fellow orthopaedic surgeons, Thomas Axelrad, MD, Brett Casio, MD, Nathan Cohen, MD, and Alan Hinton, MD. Dr. Balazsy received his ...
Free Seminar: Success in Spite of Congestive Heart Failure
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) is a condition where the heart is not able to pump blood well enough to function as effectively as it should. It can be caused by any number of things and, as a result, has many different courses of treatment. It is one of the most common reasons for hospitalization in people over the age of 65. Fortunately, CHF can be managed and detected—if you know what you’re looking ...