A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine Physician VIS1ON – page # Matters A Publication for BRG Medical Staff 2nd Quarter 2012 A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine Making History Tulane’s Baton Rouge LEAD Academy Inaugural ClassWhat’s InsideStrategic DirectionUpdate 1Mid City MovingForward 3-6Women’s HealthExpansion 10EMR Upgrades 11
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 2 One Mission. One Vision. One BR General. A Message From Bill Holman President and CEO Mid City Bluebonnet We are one hospital Community Focus Specialty Service Focus with two unique campuses that work Excel as an academic center Regional leader in specialty together to fulfill our through expansion of medical programs, delivering high quality mission of improving education and training: and innovation in areas such as: and strengthening lives • ulane University School of T • ardiovascular C in our community by Medicine Satellite Campus • ncology O providing exceptional • amily and Internal Medicine F • ther Specialty Areas, O healthcare. OneVision illustrates Baton Rouge Residency Programs including Neurosurgery and General’s single strategic direction for the future, Obstetrics Expand specialized clinical and in partnership with medical staff from all programs, serving the needs of the Facility expansion and specialty areas, we are moving forward with a clear surrounding community through enhancement strategic focus for each campus. high quality services in areas • ew Medical Technologies N At Mid City, we are focused on continued such as: • ybrid Surgical Suite H development of key clinical programs that serve • Geriatric Care • tate-of-the-Art Medical Office S the unique health needs of the community, and • Emergency Care Building through the expansion of medical education and • Psychiatric Care training this campus is positioned to excel as an • Complex Wound Care academic medical center. • Burn We envision Bluebonnet as the region’s destination • Rehab hospital for specialty services and wellness. At the Bluebonnet campus, we are focused on providing high quality, innovative specialty care in oncology, cardiology and other areas such as women’s health specialties, and continued facility enhancements. Collaboration and communication with our medical staff is key to the success of OneVision and “ lignment with integrated and independent medical staff and A I want to thank you for your continual leadership, expansion of both primary and specialty care are all key to moving and your commitment to our hospital and our Baton Rouge General’s strategic plans forward,” noted Andrew patients as we advance this initiative. Olinde, MD, Baton Rouge General’s Chief of Staff. “As health care continues to evolve, engaging physicians in development of innovative delivery models and quality initiatives will also be important elements of the hospital’s vision.” Andrew Olinde, MDwww.BRGOneVision.org
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VISION – page 3 # VIS1ON – page Recognizing Physicians Commitment to Patient Safety Physician Honors Physicians were recognized for their leadership and quality excellence recently at Baton Rouge General’s Medical Staff Appreciation Gala. It was a pleasure to see the hard work of our medical staff and all The J. Benton Dupont Medical Staff Leadership Award recognizes our clinicians recognized on the front page of The Advocate recently. physicians for outstanding leadership and dedication to Thanks to your leadership and commitment, Baton Rouge General compassionate patient care. earned an A in Hospital Safety Score, a nationwide ranking of hospitals by the Leapfrog Group – the only hospital in our area to receive this grade. Click here to read The Advocate article. The new Hospital Safety Score was issued by The Leapfrog Group, a non-profit employer-sponsored organization, that reviewed 2,651 facilities across the country and generated a report card for each, with an A, B, C, D or F letter grade. Twenty-six measures were utilized by the Leapfrog Group to determine hospitals’ safety scores, including 15 process or structural measures and 11 outcome-based. Only 8 of the 26 were self-reported and the remainder were validated from Center for Medicare Services Hospital Compare.B. Eugene Berry, MD Ernest J. Mencer, MD Evens Rodney, MD As with any full-service hospital performance comparative report, The BRG Excellence in Quality Award recognizes physicians’ strengths and improvement areas always emerge. These scores keep exceptional efforts to provide top quality care in four core quality us all striving for improvement, which can only make us better domains – outcomes, utilization, evidence-based practice and patient caregivers. Baton Rouge General stands together with all hospitals in satisfaction. our community...we are all on the journey to perfection in how we Thank you for your collaboration and commitment to take care of our patients and their families. We should all be proud of excellence in care. the high quality care, research and medical education offered right here in the Greater Baton Rouge area. Everett J. Bonner, Jr., MD Lawrence J. Messina, MD William M. Boedefeld, II, MD Robert N. Moukarzel, MD Recently completing Patient Safety Fellowships as Stephen P. Brierre, MD Hollis Ray O’Neal, Jr., MD part of the American Hospital Association’s Michael J. Castine, MD Pamela Payment, MD National Patient Safety Fellowship program, Dr. Robert Kenney, Medical Director Roy J. Culotta, MD Kevin D. Reed, MD for Quality Care and Patient Safety, and Marci L. Fabre, MD Eric M. Rowley, MD Wanda Hughes, RN, PhD, Director Navin Hafez Fanous, MD Venkat R. Surakanti, MD of Quality Patient Safety, are yet John R. Godke, MD Vasudev Hejamadi Tati, MD another reflection of our medical and R. Bryan Griffith, Jr., MD Christopher B. Thomas, MD clinical staff’s commitment to the highest standards for patient safety and quality Joseph M. Griffin, MD Mikah Sheridan Thompson, MD performance. Tonya Jagneaux, MD
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 4 Mid City Moving Forward Inaugural Class Graduation of Baton Rouge General/Tulane Satellite Medical Training Campus May 19, 2012 marked a momentous occasion – the inaugural class “The Baton Rouge LEAD program offers an graduation of Tulane University School of Medicine’s flagship satellite innovative Longitudinal Clerkship that lasts campus at Baton Rouge General. Four of the nine Baton Rouge LEAD throughout the third year of medical school. Each student has a mentor for the year which (Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Discovery) Academy graduates creates the opportunity to follow patients in a have chosen to remain in Louisiana for their residency training. longitudinal fashion over many months,” said The Baton Rouge satellite campus is an important component of Floyd Roberts, MD, Baton Rouge General’s expanding Baton Rouge General’s role as a teaching hospital and Chief Medical Officer and Dean of Tulane University School of Medicine’s Satellite enhancing medical leadership and education opportunities in Baton Campus. Rouge. The Baton Rouge LEAD Academy provides a unique medical “In addition to their hospital training, our students have education in both healthcare delivery and policy. opportunities to develop leadership and advocacy skills through seminars with leaders from many dimensions of healthcare as well as state government and legislative leaders.” Graduate MATCH SITE SPECIALTY Matthew Cooper, MD LSUHSC – Shreveport, LA Emergency Medicine Amber Fontenot, MD University of Colorado School of Medicine – Denver, CO Obstetrics/Gynecology Eric ‘Jove’ Graham, MD University of California San Francisco – Fresno, CA Emergency Medicine Gregory Mitchell, MD Tulane University School of Medicine – New Orleans, LA Urology Rachel ‘Alix’ Oreck, MD Tulane University School of Medicine – New Orleans, LA Internal Medicine Kenneth Perry, MD Earl K. Long Medical Center – Baton Rouge, LA Emergency Medicine Marc Quinlan, MD Denver Health Medical Center – Denver, CO Emergency Medicine Shai Rosenfeld, MD Providence Milwaukie Hospital – Portland, OR Family Medicine Wendy Wong, MD Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University – Providence, RI Emergency MedicineQuick Fact:Baton Rouge General Satellite Campus of Tulane University School ofMedicine is the First training campus outside the New orleans Area.www.BRGOneVision.org
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 5 B. Eugene Berry, MD, Outstanding Student Award The BRG Tulane LEAD campus’ inaugural class graduation was accompanied by the presentation of the first B. Eugene Berry, MD, Outstanding Student Award, which recognizes a medical student from the Baton Rouge LEAD Academy graduating class for outstanding Gregory Mitchell, MD performance in the areas of scholarship, professionalism, leadership, research, and includes a gift of $500. Gregory Mitchell, MD, Tulane University School of Medicine graduate of Baton Rouge General’s satellite campus inaugural class, was the first recipient of the B. Eugene Berry, MD, Outstanding Student Award. Mitchell will complete his residency training in Urology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. “My experience in the BRG/Tulane LEAD program provided an exceptional education in clinical quality, compassionate patient care and medical leadership and was instrumental in obtaining my choice for residency. Working in such a close capacity with excellent attending physicians prepared me with the skills and knowledge to be successful in residency,” notes Gregory Mitchell, MD, BRG/Tulane LEAD inaugural class graduate. The award was named for Dr. B. Eugene Berry, distinguished Tulane University School of Medicine Alumnus and recently retired cardio thoracic surgeon, who was instrumental in developing and supporting the creation of the Baton Rouge General Medical Center satellite training campus.“Working together, Tulane Wendy Wong, MD University School of Medicine Wendy Wong, MD, and Baton Rouge General Earns Lean Six are committed to enhancing Sigma Green Belt medical education opportunities Wendy Wong, MD, Tulane University School in Baton Rouge and training our of Medicine graduate of Baton Rouge General’s satellite campus inaugural class, received a Green community’s future physician Belt in Lean Six Sigma Certification. Lean Six leaders,” Sigma Green Belts are trained in leadership and quality improvement. Dr. Wong will complete her residency training in emergency medicine at - r. Benjamin Sachs, Medical D Rhode Island Hospital. School Dean and Senior Vice President at Tulane. Mid City Moving Forward
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 6 Quick Facts: 123 Specialized burn centers Burn Center: remain open in the U.S. 19 U.S. burn centers closed in Protecting a Critical Service for Our Region the last 10 years For more than 40 years Baton Rouge General’s specialists, burn centers must offer the most Mid City campus has provided highly specialized advanced clinical setting to attract qualified staff. burn care services to the entire Gulf Coast region, Three Phase “Mid City’s burn center is a vital provider for including the area’s petrochemical corridor. complex burn treatment in our region, and Renovation Plan Treating more than 90 percent of all inpatient reinvesting in the burn program will ensure Phase 1 - Burn Center burns in the Baton Rouge Metro area, Mid that we can continue to offer critical regional Waiting Area City’s regional burn service plays an integral burn care services in the future,” said Ernest Create family-friendly role in supporting Louisiana’s industrial and Mencer, MD, Medical Director for Baton Rouge waiting area with petrochemical sectors as well as the surrounding General’s Burn Center. enhanced comfort and communities. Baton Rouge General is committed to protecting privacy The hospital’s burn center is uniquely designed to this critical service for our region and has already Completed August 2010 provide all phases of burn care – from inpatient begun to make investments in the burn center. burn care to outpatient rehabilitation – to ensure Through financial support from community smooth transitioning through the continuum of partners, the burn center waiting area was Phase 2 - Outpatient Burn care. The burn center staff includes three board- transformed from a basic, one-room style space to a Treatment Area certified general surgeons with more than 50 family-friendly area offering families comfort and Update service area with years of combined burn care experience as well as privacy during those first critical days following the latest in care a team of highly skilled burn care nurses, social a severe burn. The new waiting area renovation protocols – Begins Summer workers and technicians. Baton Rouge General’s completed Phase One of a Three Phase total 2012 burn program also includes pediatric burn services renovation of Baton Rouge General’s Burn Center. at the Bluebonnet campus and has three pediatric surgeons on staff. Phase 3 - Inpatient Just over 100 burn centers remain open in the Treatment Facility U.S. today and that number is shrinking as burn Equip patient rooms with facilities are closing because of the challenges the latest technology to presented by the complexity and high costs of treatment for burn care. In addition, the severe national shortage of burn surgeons and clinical burn specialists presents staffing challenges for burn centers. With the limited number of burn Mid City Moving Forwardwww.BRGOneVision.org
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 7 3600 Florida Blvd. • Baton Rouge, Emergency InformationNational Trend in Senior Emergency Care, A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine LA 70806Mid City Seniors ER Leads Region Seni Specialized emergency care for seniors is an emerging ER experience more comfortable but also helping with special needs and resources to E mergen cy In ors national trend according to ensure a safe transition home after discharge formation a recent Louisiana Medical News report, citing Mid from the hospital,” said James Crowell, Na Add me : ress MD, Baton Rouge General’s Chief of Reli : Name: __________________________ City’s Seniors ER as the only Date gion of B : Emergency Services. irth emergency department in the Seniors ER : E Na mergen Southeast region dedicated Add me : ress cy Co n Ma le ❑ : to senior care. Baton Rouge “Post-discharge follow-up calls to our senior patients Hom Rela tion : tacts: Fem ale ❑ eP General is part of a small by our specially-trained Geriatric Emergency Nursing Wo Cell rk Pho hon ne: e: Phobut rapidly growing number of hospitals nationwide Education (GENE) certified nurses are important to Na me : ne:with emergency departments focused on the unique coordinating a safe transition home,” added Baton Add Rela ress : tionmedical needs of seniors. Rouge General’s Vice President of Patient Care Wo Hom eP hon : e: rk Pho and Chief Nursing Officer Anna Cazes, DNS, RN. M Cell ne:Emergency departments at both Baton Rouge General Pho ne:campuses are seeing increases in ER visits among Blo Doc edical od Typ e: D ata: torsenior patients age 65 and older despite a mild Flu Pho ne: Nam e: Seniors receive an emergency card to record importantctor Nam Do healthand Pneumonia season this year. Pho ne: e: conditions, medications and contact information in the event of an“The need for senior focused emergency care ER visit. The card also lists warning signs that may indicate an emergency.continues to increase as our community’sbaby boomers age. We have seen the benefits For copies of the emergency card for your patients, contact BRG’s Senior Care Consultant at 225-387-7632.for our seniors – not only by making theirMid City CampusBoosts Economy Statewide: Greater BR:and Community $ 290 million in economic activity $162 million Wayne Gravois, MDBaton Rouge General’s Mid City campus is a Mid City Community:significant economic driver in the local community 2,500 Jobsand statewide, generating more than $290 million $18 million + New Familyin economic activity and nearly 2,500 jobs in Medicine FacultyLouisiana.* Locally, the Mid City campus’ economic Wayne Gravois, MDimpact on Greater Baton Rouge is $162 million and Dr. Gravois brings more than 30 yearsmore than $18 million on the Mid City community. experience to our patients and FamilyEnhancing health services and programs at the Medicine residents in his new role withMid City campus directly impacts not only the Choctaw Baton Rouge General. In addition tohealth and well-being of our community but also continuing family practice at BRG’s Family Health Center, Dr. Gravois willthe long-term viability of our community through Mid City train our residents as a faculty member Fosterthe creation jobs to educating and training future Mississippi Riverphysicians, nurses and clinicians supported by our Florida of the Baton Rouge General Family Interstate 110 Governmentaffiliation with Tulane. Medicine Residency Program.*Baton Rouge General retained Tripp Umbach to Mid City ege Collconduct the impact study. Interstate 10 N Interstate 12 Moving Forward
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # 8 VISION – pageMOVING DIRT “ nder the direction of a multi- U Thanks to our medical staff’s input and guidance, Baton Rouge General’s disciplinary physician steering expansion plans for the Bluebonnet campus are taking shape! We began committee, the new hybrid OR has been breaking ground on the first phase of construction in April and are designed ergonomically to enhance progressing as scheduled. workflow and will offer exciting The Bluebonnet expansion project includes construction of an innovative advancements for all our surgical new surgical space and a state-of-the-art medical office building. OR specialists including accommodating the expansion construction has already begun, and we are on target for our fall future development and expansion of the Jeffrey Littleton, MD 2012 completion. The OR expansion includes four new operating rooms General’s minimally invasive surgical and a hybrid operating suite in addition to current enhancements including program,” said Jeffrey Littleton, MD, daVinci, our minimally invasive robotics technology. Baton Rouge General’s Chief of Surgery. Phase one of construction on the medical office building has also begun and is projected for completion by year end 2013. Physicians have begun expressing interest in office space, and interest meetings are currently available for scheduling.www.BRGOneVision.org
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VIS1ON – page # VISION 9Interactive “Blueprint” forBRG’s FutureAs we continue to move OneVision forward, www.BRGOneVision.orgis one way we are keeping physicians and stakeholders up-to-date aboutour progress on expansion project plans, development of specializedprograms including cancer, cardiovascular, burn, medical education,new investments in HIT and medical technologies, and more. Visit www.BRGOneVision.org to explore our blueprint for Baton Rouge General’s future in an in-depth and interactive way.For more details on our Medical Office Building, visit www.BRGOneVision.orgor contact Dionne Viator, Executive Vice President and Chief BusinessDevelopment Officer, at (225) 237-1541.Physicians Achieve 100% on The physicians, nurses and staff of Baton Rouge General achieved 100%Door to Balloon Time on the ACC/AHA national “door to balloon” time quality guideline for ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients. The ACC/AHA recommends a door to balloon interval of no more than 90 minutes. Door to balloon time measurement in emergency cardiac care starts when patients reach the hospital’s ER door and ends when the catheter guidewire crosses the culprit lesion and the balloon is deployed in the cardiac cath lab. Baton Rouge General’s median door to balloon time for qualified heart attack patients is 65 minutes – on par with the national median. “In cardiac care ‘time is muscle’ – delays in AMI treatment increase the likelihood and amount of cardiac muscle damage. The streamlined process among multiple clinicians from ER staff to the cardiac care team members is critical for optimal patient outcomes,” said Steven Kelley, MD, Baton Rouge General Chief of Cardiology. “Congratulations to our physicians, nurses and medical staff for their exceptional teamwork and exceeding national quality standards in heart care.” A recent BRG heart patient whose exceptional door to balloon time of 47 minutes was the feature of a recent WAFB Channel 9 news story. Visit www.YouTube.com/BatonRougeGeneral to watch the news story.
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VISION – – page # VIS1ON page 10 Vince Cataldo, MD Everett Bonner, Jr., MD, FACS New Physician Leadership The exceptional care provided by our physicians and caregiving staff has made BRG’s Penningtion Cancer Center staff a national leader for quality and excellence. Cancer care and physician leadership continue to be the keys to our cancer program’s success. Recent cancer program leadership Thank you to our past physician leaders for their service and appointments include: dedication to our cancer program: Everett Bonner, Jr., MD, FACS, Breast Surgeon with The Baton Rouge Peter Bostick, MD, Baton Rouge General’s Past Cancer Liaison Clinic, will serve as Baton Rouge General’s Cancer Liaison Physician for Physician for the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Shaista Faruqui, MD, Baton Rouge General’s Past Hematology/ Vince Cataldo, MD, Hematology/Oncology with The Baton Rouge Oncology Service Chief Clinic, will serve as Baton Rouge General’s Hematology/Oncology Service Chief. Baton Rouge General Nationally Recognized for Cancer Care * *Baton Rouge General is recognized by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons as offering “the very best in cancer care.” Congratulations to our physicians and the entire medical staff at BRG’s Pennington Cancer Center for receiving the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award! This prestigious award is given by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons to recognize cancer programs that exceed national standards in providing quality care to cancer patients. The OAA criteria measures performance on seven standards that are drawn from six program areas: cancer committee leadership, “At 40 years old, I was diagnosed with metastatic kidney cancer data management, clinical management, research, community outreach and cancer... A farmer, a father, husband and hunter, I had quality improvement. too much to live for. So I saw a cancer specialist in Texas, and he advised I come home to Baton Rouge General’s “It is an honor for Baton Rouge General to be recognized for the Pennington Cancer Center for IL-2 treatment. Thanks to exceptional quality our cancer program provides to patients in our my team at the General, I am cancer-free and looking at a region,” said J. Benton Dupont, Jr., MD, Medical Director of long life in front of me. Baton Rouge General Medical Center’s Pennington Cancer Center. I wish my doctor and my nurses could be The General’s cancer program has a long history of accolades for providing the “very treated by themselves, just so they’d know how best in cancer care”: special they really are.” • Louisiana’s first accredited Comprehensive Cancer Program – JK Bordelon • Louisiana’s first NAPBC-accredited comprehensive breast program • Regionally recognized IL-2 Cancer Treatment Programwww.BRGOneVision.org
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VISION – – page # VIS1ON page 11Expansion of Women’s Health Program Pictured L to R: Kimberly Neathamer-Guillory, MD; Jo Anne Barrios, MD;Baton Rouge General and private physicians network Baton Rouge Erin Michel, RN, BSN, IBCLC, WHNP; Evelyn Hayes, MD; Jane Peek, MDGeneral Physicians recently expanded its comprehensive Women’sHealth program. Five women’s health specialists Drs. Evelyn Hayes,Jane Peek, Jo Anne Barrios, Kimberly Neathamer-Guillory Expanding Baton Rouge General’s current OB/GYN medical staff ofand Nurse Practitioner Erin Michel have joined Baton Rouge General 32 practitioners, the new women’s health specialists will enhancePhysicians, collectively bringing more than 75 years of seasoned obstetrical,gynecologic and related women’s health clinical experience to the the hospital’s women’s health programs which provide state-of-the-organization. art services for: • ynecologic care, including the latest platform for daVinci minimally- G“I am excited to be a part of the expansion of the women’s health invasive roboticsservices at Baton Rouge General and to join our active women’s health • aternal Fetal Medicine Mspecialists as we continue to develop and enhance the depth of the • ertility Services FGeneral’s current clinical programs,” said Evelyn Hayes, MD. “Weare also looking forward to opportunities to enhance medical education • abor and Delivery Land training for medical students, residents and fellows through the • eonatal and Pediatric Care, including Level 3 NICU, Pediatric ICU Nhospital’s affiliation with Tulane University School of Medicine.” and Peds ER • enetic counseling and early detection of female cancers and other GIn addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Jane Peek will also continue to related diseases, including screening and diagnostic mammographyserve as Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship Director and Clinical Assistant through our Women’s Imaging Center, Louisiana’s first NAPBC-Professor for Tulane School of Medicine’s satellite campus at Baton Rouge accredited comprehensive breast centerGeneral. • iagnosis and treatment of female cancers through advanced D“ e are pleased to be able to expand our women’s services and W Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncology services, including the nation’s first ARTISTE technology specialists for the community, and we appreciate the steadfast commitment of Drs. Carol Patin, Lydia Sims and Alicia • upport and ancillary services including Social Work, Nutritional S Taylor for their roles in the establishment of our women’s health Counseling, Lactation Counseling, Physical and Occupational program and more recently, as we worked together to strengthen Therapy our program,” said Floyd Roberts, MD, Baton Rouge General’s Chief Medical Officer and Dean of Tulane School of Medicine’s Satellite Campus.
A Satellite Campus of Tulane University School of Medicine VISION – – page # VIS1ON page 12 Physician-Guided EMR System Upgrades June 2012: Completion of physician portal enhancements, including: • atient information viewable across the continuum P of care • Critical data more easily accessible • ritical value alerts to a comprehensive patient list C • utomatic population of patient lists A October 2012: Completion of computerized order entry to enhance surgical workflows Contact our IT Physician Liaison at (225) Newly enhanced patient dashboard 819-1070 for questions and support. Clinical Trials Update Comments? Story ideas? Email us at BRGMD@brgeneral.org with As Baton Rouge General moves forward with operationalizing its new research initiative questions or to let us know what’s in collaboration with GuideStar Clinical Trials Management, we encourage physicians to happening in your practice. continue to provide input and share their research interests. Our partnership with GuideStar is focused on developing a comprehensive research program to support independent, physician-led research, creating new opportunities for medical staff to VIS1ON Editorial Committee participate in clinical trials that align with their interests. Dr. Andrew Olinde Chief of Staff “As a clinical lipidologist, I am Dr. Floyd “Flip” Roberts excited about the opportunities Chief Medical Officer Baton Rouge General’s new Dean, Tulane University School of research initiative will create Medicine’s Satellite Campus for contributions to advancing medical science in the area of Michelle Capone Director, Medical Staff Services heart disease,” said Robert St. Amant, MD. “More importantly, George Bell it will offer our patients access to Senior Vice President, MD Relations leading-edge clinical trials in the Nicole Kleinpeter local community.” Director, Marketing and Communications Robert St. Amant, Clinical Lipidologist of To learn more, contact Diandra Maryann Rowland Baton Rouge General’s Lipid Center Nuno-Salcido, Operations Manager, Specialist, Communications and Public BRG Clinical Trials Office, at Relations (504) 799-4400 ext. 4408, or email email@example.com.BRGOneVision.org