East Jefferson General Hospital

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With 125 hours of service in just one year's time, Our June Volunteer of the Month is Linjun Huang, a shining example of what it means to put others first.

Huang greets every guest he sees by name, making them feel special by always remembering the details and following up with members as he visits with them on a weekly basis, showing his true commitment to the people he serves.

EJGH Lymphomaniac Grant Winners

East Jefferson General Hospital thanks Foundation board member and Lymphomaniac founder Chad Landry for his generous contribution to East Jefferson General Hospital and its patients.

Proceeds from the 11th Annual Lymphomaniac 70’s Party funded 50, $1,000 grants for current EJGH oncology patients that qualified.

Gambit Magazine's 2016 Best of New Orleans logo

Gambit Magazine’s 2016 Best of New Orleans poll is up and voting is open for the 30th annual edition, giving the public a chance to sound off on everything local!

East Jefferson General Hospital is up for best hospital in New Orleans and we need your support!

Follow the link here to vote starting today and running through July 31.

Those completing the entire ballot will be entered to win a $250 gift certificate to Massey’s Professional Outfitters.

Safeheart Screening Logo

In just 30 minutes, our extensive, non-invasive screenings can identify your risk of heart attack, stroke or aneurysm and give you peace of mind. And, If you are found to be at risk, we will give you the tools to manage any conditions that may arise.

For just $119 on Tuesday, Aug. 23, join us at the East Jefferson General Hospital Wellness Center to undergo our exclusive Safeheart Health Screening.

American Heart Association Mission Lifeline EMS Recognition Award

East Jefferson General Hospital (EJGH) has received the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® EMS Gold Award for implementing quality improvement measures for the treatment of patients who experience severe heart attacks.

Every year, more than 250,000 people experience an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) the most deadly type of heart attack caused by a blockage of blood flow to the heart that requires timely treatment. To prevent death, it’s critical to restore blood flow as quickly as possible, either by mechanically opening the blocked vessel or by providing clot-busting medication.