COVID-19 UPDATES

To further protect the health and safety of our patients, CareSouth Medical and Dental is implementing the following new measures. These measures will help us in continuing to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19 to our patients and our staff.

New operating hours, effective Monday, March 23, 2020:

Baton Rouge and Zachary locations

  • 8 a m to 3 p m Monday through Thursday
  • 8 a m to noon on Friday

Baton Rouge location

  • Saturday 8 to 11 a.m.

Plaquemine and Donaldsonville

  • 9 a m to 2 pm Monday through Thursday
  • 8 a m to noon on Friday

WIC is now offering curbside service only.

All non-essential services in medical and dental are being suspended through April 30. We are going to telephonic visits as much as possible.

All patients and staff are required to have temperature checks before entering our facilities.

If you need prescription refills, please call us. We can call them in or have them delivered to you.

Please continue to follow universal precautions of washing your hands, not touching your face or mouth, and practicing social distancing. No shaking hands or hugging.

Remember if you have symptoms of the flu or COVID-19 such as coughing, fever, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, please call us to make an appointment or if your symptoms are severe call 911 or go to the emergency room.

Please check our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at caresouthla for the latest updates.

Again, your well being is our number one concern. We will continue to follow the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and state and local officials and keep you posted on any changes.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We will get through this together!

If you have any questions, please calls us at (225) 650-2000.

Message from Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gregory Garner

With health officials now reporting an increasing amount of Coronavirus cases in Louisiana, CareSouth Medical and Dental is stepping up its efforts to further protect our patients. We want you to know that your health and safety is our number one priority.

  • We are canceling all non-essential activities and programs – like the yoga classes, the diabetes prevention program, and the Easter Egg Hunt – through April 30. If you have questions, call or email Dr. Garner or Chief Operations Officer Kabrina Smith
  • Staff should limit visits from non-essential visitors like Pharmaceutical Reps
  • Staff should wipe down and clean and disinfect working areas more frequently
  • Staff should be more vigilant, proactive and observant of patients with symptoms especially those most at risk – the elderly and the chronically ill
  • Each clinic should designate a room or an area to isolate patients with symptoms
  • We’re restricting patients to bringing only one family member or friend during visits
  • Please continue to follow universal precautions of washing hands, no personal contact, don’t touch your face or mouth and if sick, stay at home or seek medical care
  • For more information, we’re advising patients to call the state’s hotline at 2-1-1 or text LACOVID to 898-211 or go to www.la21help.org.

Please know we are closely monitoring updates from state and local officials and we’ll keep you posted on any changes.

 

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COVID-19 UPDATES

To further protect the health and safety of our patients, CareSouth Medical and Dental is implementing the following new measures. These measures will help us in continuing to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19 to our patients and our staff.

New operating hours, effective Monday, March 23, 2020:

Baton Rouge and Zachary locations

  • 8 a m to 3 p m Monday through Thursday
  • 8 a m to noon on Friday

Baton Rouge location

  • Saturday 8 to 11 a.m.

Plaquemine and Donaldsonville

  • 9 a m to 2 pm Monday through Thursday
  • 8 a m to noon on Friday

WIC is now offering curbside service only.

All non-essential services in medical and dental are being suspended through April 30. We are going to telephonic visits as much as possible.

All patients and staff are required to have temperature checks before entering our facilities.

If you need prescription refills, please call us. We can call them in or have them delivered to you.

Please continue to follow universal precautions of washing your hands, not touching your face or mouth, and practicing social distancing. No shaking hands or hugging.

Remember if you have symptoms of the flu or COVID-19 such as coughing, fever, and shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, please call us to make an appointment or if your symptoms are severe call 911 or go to the emergency room.

Please check our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at caresouthla for the latest updates.

Again, your well being is our number one concern. We will continue to follow the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and state and local officials and keep you posted on any changes.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We will get through this together!

If you have any questions, please calls us at (225) 650-2000.

Message from Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gregory Garner

With health officials now reporting an increasing amount of Coronavirus cases in Louisiana, CareSouth Medical and Dental is stepping up its efforts to further protect our patients. We want you to know that your health and safety is our number one priority.

  • We are canceling all non-essential activities and programs – like the yoga classes, the diabetes prevention program, and the Easter Egg Hunt – through April 30. If you have questions, call or email Dr. Garner or Chief Operations Officer Kabrina Smith
  • Staff should limit visits from non-essential visitors like Pharmaceutical Reps
  • Staff should wipe down and clean and disinfect working areas more frequently
  • Staff should be more vigilant, proactive and observant of patients with symptoms especially those most at risk – the elderly and the chronically ill
  • Each clinic should designate a room or an area to isolate patients with symptoms
  • We’re restricting patients to bringing only one family member or friend during visits
  • Please continue to follow universal precautions of washing hands, no personal contact, don’t touch your face or mouth and if sick, stay at home or seek medical care
  • For more information, we’re advising patients to call the state’s hotline at 2-1-1 or text LACOVID to 898-211 or go to www.la21help.org.

Please know we are closely monitoring updates from state and local officials and we’ll keep you posted on any changes.

 

SCHEDULE AN
APPOINTMENT

BEHAVIORAL
HEALTH

WIC
SERVICES

MEDICAL
SERVICES

DENTAL
SERVICES

COVID-19
REGISTRATION