The Lane Regional Medical Center 50th Anniversary Celebration Program, featuring a timeline of Lane. Lane Regional Medical Center is a thriving 141-bed primary care hospital with a local investment of more than 750 caring staff members and over 100 physicians dedicated to providing the latest technology and services.
By insisting that your testing and procedures be done at Lane, you are doing one more thing to take care of yourself. When it’s more convenient for you and your family, it also means less stress, time and effort by staying close to home and not having to fight traffic all the way into Baton Rouge. Get your heart checked for those you love today! Early detection is the key.
Lane Regional Medical Center in partnership with the Cardiology Institute of the South is providing excellent care to patients with heart trouble, including those needing cardiac catheterization. To read more about this procedure, please download the brochure. For an appointment, please call (225) 654-1559.
Lane Regional Medical Center in partnership with the Cardiology Institute of the South is providing excellent care to patients with heart trouble, including those needing Angioplasty/Stent Placement. To read more about this procedure, please download the brochure. For an appointment, please call (225) 654-1559.
Lane Regional Medical Center in partnership with the Cardiology Institute of the South is providing excellent care to patients with heart trouble, including those needing a Pacemaker. To read more about this procedure, please download the brochure. For an appointment, please call (225) 654-1559.
Congestive Heart Failure or "CHF" is a weakening of the heart's pumping power. With heart failure, your body does not get enough oxygen and nutrition to meet its needs. This does not mean your heart has stopped working, but it is not working as well as it should.
It is the policy of Lane Regional Medical Center to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with the highest standards of business and professional ethics. This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves. In order to ensure that the hospital's compliance policies are consistently applied, the hospital has established a legal and regulatory compliance program.
Bringing a new baby home can be overwhelming, so Lane Regional Medical Center developed this quick guide to answer a few of the most frequently asked questions. Please download the brochure or call. Even after you return home, Lane is here to answer any and all questions. Just call our Labor, Delivery & Recovery nursing station at (225) 658-4159.
Lane Regional Medical Center wants you to have a full understanding of all medical procedures and what to expect even after you are home.
Lane’s ultimate purpose is to help you heal, so please download the attached brochure or call us if you have any questions about your recovery process. (225) 658-4159.
The moment you find out you're expecting, questions fill your mind. At Lane Regional Medical Center, we're experts at answering those questions. Our physicians and staff will be taking great care of you each stage of the way! Download the Before Baby Comes Brochure for more information and then call to arrange a tour and pre-admit for the big day. (225) 658-4159.
When you’re expecting a baby, it’s all about choices. The most important will be choosing the doctor who will care for you throughout your pregnancy and the hospital that will care for you and your baby before, during and after your delivery. Lane Regional Medical Center offers a highly trained, professional team of nurses and board certified OB doctors to address the health care needs of women through all stages of their adult lives with a focus on the care and delivery of babies for both normal and high-risk obstetrical patients. Download our overview brochure to find out more and then call to arrange a tour and pre-admit for the big day. (225) 658-4159.
The Sleep Study Center at Lane Regional Medical Center offers a full line of testing regimens to evaluate suspected sleep disorders. The most common test is a sleep study, or polysomnogram, which is a scientific assessment of sleep staging as related to respiration (oxygen monitoring), brain wave activity, muscle movement and snoring.
You have been scheduled for surgery at Lane Regional Medical Center. For your safety, your stomach must be empty before getting anesthesia. It is very important that you follow these eating and drinking instructions closely. If you do not, your procedure may be delayed or canceled.
As hospital stays after surgery become shorter, it is more important than ever for you to be prepared for surgery and to take an active part in your recovery. More than half of the surgeries performed at Lane Regional Medical Center are done on an outpatient basis, which we refer to as "day surgery.” Patients are cared for by our perioperative team in the Day Surgery Unit.