The LSU Healthcare Network has been a national leader in the use of electronic health records, allowing our physicians to provide coordinated healthcare to the patients we serve. From primary care to specialty care, our physicians work together to offer each patient individualized treatments, healthy living education and access to the latest diagnostic equipment.
Our multi-specialty physicians and academic faculty practice in LSU clinics conveniently located in and around the New Orleans area. Below is a complete list of medical services and physicians. Click on the links below for more information or call us at 504.412.1100.
Hours: 8:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
|Uptown- St. Charles Ave. Location ||Kenner Neuroendocrine|
|Thomas Judd, MD||Daniel Raines, MD|
|Stephen Landreneau, MD |
|John Hutchings, MD|
LSU gastroenterologists offer many services for evaluation and treatment of a broad array of digestive disorders. Our group specializes in the following procedures:
The conditions we treat include, but are not limited to, the following:
Esophagus and Stomach
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Peptic Ulcer Disease
Pancreas and Biliary Tract
Chronic Diarrhea or Constipation
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
About Our Department
While most digestive diseases are manageable, many of them negatively affect patients’ quality of life. At LSU’s Department of Gastroenterology, our goal is not only to treat your condition, but also to improve your daily life.
LSU gastroenterologists provide patients with hope and optimism through excellent clinical care and individualized treatment options—including opportunities to participate in research studies and clinical trials. Our role in medical research and advanced endoscopic procedures attracts patients from across the nation for treatment. With a reputation for being mentors to gastroenterology’s future leaders, physicians from all over the Southeastern U.S. send referral cases to LSU’s Department of Gastroenterology.
The differences between conditions of the digestive system are subtle, and often contradictory. Clear, accurate, and confidential communication between patient and physician is integral in effectively treating the simplest to the most elusive digestive disease. The more information you share about your symptoms, discomforts, and daily activities, the more informed your physician is to accurately diagnose and treat you.
At LSU Healthcare Network’s Department of Gastroenterology, we look forward to solving your digestive issues so that you may enjoy your good health.