East Jefferson General Hospital

East Jefferson Primary Care is an MPSI practice managed by East Jefferson General Hospital.

Located in the heart of Old Metairie, East Jefferson Primary Care is a practice dedicated to providing the highest possible levels of personalized care to patients aged 16 years and older. Our mission is to ensure that our patients receive access to quick care and individualized solutions for any health issues or concerns. Since 1971, East Jefferson General Hospital has operated as a not-for-profit, community hospital that strives to offer comfort and care to the members of our community. Today, the hospital houses 420 beds, 3,000 team members, and nearly 700 physicians.

East Jefferson Primary Care seeks to guide you through your basic medical needs by teaming up with an experienced primary care physician in the New Orleans, LA area.

Qualified primary care doctors can be a vital part of your health and well being, so finding the right professional is an important decision. East Jefferson Primary Care stands by our mission to provide a high level of personal, detailed care that's tailored to your needs.

Our primary care physicians can connect you with specialists to assist you with any medical diagnosis. As a partner of MD Anderson, our doctors have access to top-of-the-line radiology and oncology technology, so you do not have to leave the state to receive excellent care. Our hospital also offers the highest quality cardiology, orthopedic, and stroke care.

If you are looking for a primary care physician in the New Orleans or Metairie area, look no further than the talented doctors at East Jefferson Primary Care. Visit our offices or call us at 504-454-4000 to learn more about our services.

Our Physician

Nicole Giambrone, M.D.

Giambrone webBorn and raised in the Greater New Orleans area, Dr. Giambrone knew early on that she wanted to be a physician. Her original intent was to practice pediatrics but once into her training, she realized how much she enjoyed practicing practical medicine on people throughout every stage of their lives. In choosing to become a primary care physician, she has the opportunity to meet teens who are just beginning to have a relationship with their physician and be the primary resource for care for that person throughout their life.

A graduate of Archbishop Chapelle High School, Loyola University and LSU Medical School, Dr. Giambrone takes great pride in the level of personalized care she provides. She believes strongly in the role a primary care physician plays in coordinating your care even when you need a specialist. She describes her role in this manner, "If my patient needs surgery, I want to help them see the finest surgeon for that particular need. Then, I will be there throughout rehab and after to ensure they maximize the outcome and I have that history in mind as I provide the best care possible to them throughout the rest of their life. There is simply no replacement for truly knowing your patient and working with them to maximize their health."