The LSU Internal Medicine Residency in Baton Rouge
JAY HOLLMAN, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Jay Hollman is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at LSU Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC). He graduated with a B.S. in chemistry from Seattle Pacific College and earned his M.D. from Oregon Health Sciences Center. He is currently working on a Master’s degree in Bioethics from Trinity International University. Dr. Hollman completed an Internal Medicine residency and a Clinical Cardiology fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta. He completed 18 months of research in interventional cardiology at Emory with Andreas Gruentzig. Dr. Hollman served as Director of Interventional Cardiology for 8 years at the Cleveland Clinic, and for 13 years at Ochsner Clinic in Baton Rouge. In 2003 he joined the LSUHSC Internal Medicine Residency Program in Baton Rouge. He has authored over 150 articles and abstracts, and conducted clinical and animal research focused on interventional cardiology. His current interests outside of cardiology include the ethics of health care reform and care of the indigent population.