Patient Care

Our faculty and staff provide outpatient care at three School of Allied Health Professions clinics: the Children’s Center which provides developmental and psychological testing and treatment for children; Mollie E. Webb Speech and Hearing Center and the Rehabilitation Clinic for physical therapy. Referrals to the services come from LSU Health Shreveport faculty physicians as well as other sources in the community.

Patients from a wide area, who need both primary care and complex medical or surgical services, are referred to the talented physicians on our faculty, who see and treat patients at Willis-Knighton Health System, Veterans Administration Hospital, CHRISTUS Health and Shriner’s Hospital for Children, as well as the University Health hospitals and clinics, which are the primary teaching hospitals for the School of Medicine.

After more than 150 years as a state-operated hospital, LSU Health’s Shreveport hospital along with the E. A. Conway Medical Center in Monroe made an historic transition in 2013 to private operation. Known today as University Health Shreveport and University Health Conway, the hospitals are operated by the Biomedical Research Foundation Hospital Holdings. They remain the primary teaching hospitals for the LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine.