East Jefferson General Hospital

East Jefferson General Hospital Chief Nursing Executive Ruby Brewer has been named the Nursing Administrator of the Year by the Louisiana Nurses Foundation during the group’s 16th annual Nightingale Awards held over the weekend.

Brewer earned the award, which recognizes the state’s top leader in the nursing profession, after helping mold EJGH nursing into one of the most highly-regarded in the region, including earning the hospital’s fourth Nursing Magnet Recertification this past year.

As crawfish season rapidly approaches, donate a pint of blood or platelets at the East Jefferson General Hospital Blood Center today and receive a FREE apron for all of your crawfish boil needs.

Donate anytime during April and May to receive your complimentary apron (while supplies last) and help save a life during this uniquely Louisiana time of year that brings family and friends together.

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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 Friday, May 19, join us at East Jefferson Lakeview to undergo our exclusive Safeheart Health Screening.

East Jefferson General Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of OB/GYN services to its Lakeview clinic with the practice of Dr. Traci Iwamoto beginning on Monday, March 27.

Iwamoto’s OB/GYN practice joins the growing list of services provided at the Lakeview location, which already includes primary care with convenient extended hours, imaging such as x-ray, ultrasound and mammography, and spine care with cutting-edge non-invasive procedures.

Jefferson Parish Councilwoman Jennifer Van Vrancken, District 5, with the entire Jefferson Parish Council, offered an official proclamation at the March 22, 2017, council meeting, recognizing East Jefferson General Hospital’s Foundation and its team members for their distinguished efforts through the “Fund the Fleet” campaign.

Van Vrancken presented EJGH Director of EMS Mike Guillot and Senior Vice President of Community Affairs Valerie Englade with a plaque commemorating the proclamation during the Wednesday morning council meeting.