The Ochsner Multi-Organ Transplant Institute surpassed 7,000 transplants performed and remains the largest liver transplant program in the nation for volume.
A new, dedicated urgent care oncology clinic opened at the Gayle and Tom Benson Cancer Center.
Since its introduction in 2017, more than 11,000 Ochsner patients have completed the at-home FIT test for colon cancer.
Ochsner became one of the first systems in the country to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) technology into patient care workflows to detect health patterns in real time.
Our Hypertension Digital Medicine Program has successfully controlled blood pressure in 71% of previously uncontrolled patients within the first 90 days.
Ochsner employees volunteered more than 4,000 community service hours through Operation Outreach, while 879 Ochsner Service Corps participants volunteered nearly 7,000 hours.
Ochsner’s Eat Fit initiative expanded statewide, offering healthy, nutritious dining options beyond the New Orleans community to Lafayette, Lake Charles, Shreveport and Baton Rouge.
Some 2,600 employees were active members of six Ochsner Resource Groups dedicated to fostering connections built on respect, diversity and inclusion.
After five years of strategic partnership, Ochsner entered a long-term lease with Hancock County and Hancock Medical Center to officially become Ochsner Medical Center – Hancock.
Ochsner earned a 20% reduction in all-cause harm and a 23% reduction in hospital-acquired infections.
In one year, Ochsner increased breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screenings by 11,000 and raised the adolescent HPV vaccination rate by 38%.
Our employees and physicians contributed more than $2.2 million in charitable donations to support Ochsner initiatives.