Hospital Unveils Master Facility Plan
Our Lady of the Lake recently unveiled the master facility plan for campus expansion that will take place within the next few years. The plan includes a 330,000 square foot, 9-story Heart and Vascular Tower, Level 1 Trauma Center and a 35,000 square foot Medical Education Building. OLOL’s nearly three-year construction plan will begin in late May with a groundbreaking for the new 9-story tower. All plans are designed with patient safety and comfort in mind, and will be equipped with advanced technology. Look for more info about this exciting new development in the next few months on our website.
OLOL Positions Baton Rouge to Become Healthcare Destination
In 2010, the Lake generated nearly $1 billion in Louisiana’s economy, including $403.7 million of in-state spending by the hospital, employees and visitors. The ripple effect supported more than $524.8 million additional economic activity from other businesses.
The results of an Economic Impact Study* commissioned by Our Lady of the Lake show OLOL is positioned to drive high quality healthcare and boost the state’s economy. OLOL’s impact on the state’s economy can compare to two other academic medical centers such as The University of Alabama in Birmingham, and Vanderbilt in Nashville. With OLOL’s projected expansion, the study shows that those numbers can only increase, generating new jobs and more regional growth.
Meet Your Doctor Before Your Appointment
What will your new doctor be like? How will she communicate? These questions are common, and can now be answered before you go in for your appointment.
Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group’s newly designed website includes short video bios so you can get to know our doctors and learn more about their areas of expertise. View the videos at ololphysiciangroup.com. While you’re there, look for other valuable health information from our experts on topics such as the importance of men’s relationships with their doctors, knowing the difference between a cold and the flu, and why you should pay attention to antibiotics.
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