Stay Prepared for Cold & Flu Season
Along with COVID, cold and flu are still a major concern for children and adults. Make sure you keep your kids, and yourself, vaccinated, so everyone can stay healthy this cold and flu season. St. Thomas is offering a vaccine clinic on November 5th make sure to call and schedule!
Did You Catch us At Gentilly Fest?
St. Thomas had a wonderful time at Gentilly Fest earlier in October. We can’t wait to see even more of you at future events around our community.
Did You Miss National Health Literacy Month?
October was Health Literacy Month! Nearly nine out of 10 adults struggle to understand and use personal and public health information when it’s filled with unfamiliar or complex terms. At St. Thomas Community Health Center, we provide healthcare to all and strive to communicate clearly with our patients, so you can make informed decisions about your health. Access your health records, check lab results, communicate with your provider, and more through the Patient Portal [previously called St. Thomas Online].
Visit the Patient Portal [previously called St. Thomas Online]
Learn More About Health Literacy
Check Your Vision at St. Thomas
If you’ve noticed changes in your vision, or you are experiencing eye irritation, consider visiting an optometrist at St. Thomas. Make an appointment with us to get on the road to seeing clearly.
Get Your Optometry Appointment Today
Test Your Blood Pressure
As you get older, it’s more likely that you’ll experience high blood pressure. St, Thomas offers a variety of programs to help patients who may be experiencing high blood pressure. Hypertension can lead to heart attack or stroke; make sure you check your blood pressure with St. Thomas.
Manage Your Blood Pressure With St. Thomas
Two New Locations Opening Soon
We are looking forward to opening up two additional locations in the near future at:
- 2000 Magazine St.
- 3500 Holiday Dr.
This will expand our ability to offer comprehensive primary care to more patients in the Greater New Orleans and Algiers areas.