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    Lady of the Sea General Hospital
    PATIENT INFORMATION - General

     VISITING HOURS

    Family and friends are encouraged to visit patients as this aids in the recovery process. The front lobby entrance is opened from 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. A family member is encouraged to be with a patient at all times while on our medical / surgical floor. Children are welcome in the daytime, but at night we can accommodate only adult family members. Please remember to be considerate of other patients and their families who may be sharing your room.

    Our ICU Lounge is located in the west wing (north hall) of the 2nd floor, directly across from the service / employee elevators. Visiting hours in the Intensive Care Unit are limited to 8:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. for short visits only.

     ADMISSION INFORMATION

    Use our front entrance and you will see the admit window on your left immediately after walking through the automatic glass doors. Someone will warmly greet you and take care of your medical arrangements..

     COMPLAINTS / PROBLEMS

    Lady of the Sea General Hospital wishes that your experience with us exceeded your expectations, but if there is anything you feel we can improve on, please tell us. Our services and plan of care are highly influenced on patient and visitor feedback. Contact Patient Relations at 985-632-8227 for more information.

    The Louisiana Legislative Auditor (LLA) Hotline gives the public multiple avenues to provide information on possible theft, fraud, waste or abuse of public funds. The LLA Hotline is a result of Act 693 of the 2014 Regular Legislative Session. Act 693, as Louisiana Revised Statute 24:523.1, requires state, local and quasi-public agencies to post a notice that provides information on how to report the misuse of public funds to LLA. A quasi-public agency includes any not-for-profit organization that receives or expends any local or state assistance in any fiscal year. Assistance includes grants, loans, transfers of property, awards, and direct appropriations of state or local public funds. This notice must be posted on an agency's premises and website. Information provided to the hotline may result in an investigation, audit or other review by LLA staff.

     

     

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