Interventional Radiology at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans (LSUHSC-NO) is an academic practice focused on providing care for both common and rare conditions in the southeast region of the United States.
Our physicians and team members focus on identifying and treating medical conditions in addition to research to advance the field of Interventional Radiology. The synergy between academic medicine and clinical practice allows patients to experience better care in this cutting-edge field.
The educational mission of Louisiana State University supports our mission for outstanding care, research, and higher education of the next generation of physicians that provide this care.
Patient care is provided at UMCNO, located in downtown New Orleans. This state of the art, 468-bed hospital and clinic is equipped with advanced imaging and intervention equipment including a hybrid operating room/angiography suite, multidisciplinary angiography suites, dedicated IR CT, ultrasound and fluoroscopy suites, IR preop and recovery nurses, IR nurse navigators, and IR physician assistant. With over 650 staff physicians and 2700 employees, UMCNO is the only Level 1 Trauma Center and Burn Center in the area. In addition, UMCNO serves as the safety net referral center for the state of Louisiana, portions of Mississippi, and as a tertiary care center within the LCMC system of hospitals. UMCNO also serves as a training site for more than 1000 physician trainees annually from both LSU and Tulane University. For more information about UMCNO and our healthcare partners, please click here.
The educational mission of LSUHSC-NO, the Department of Radiology, and the Division of Interventional Radiology is clear: to provide outstanding training for the next generation of physicians through excellent patient care and research that will build the standard of care for the future.