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433 Plaza Street Bogalusa, La 70427                                                                                                       ph: (985) 730-6700

Bogalusa Medical Center
Fiscal Year 2010


Resources

642 FTE (Full Time Employees)

Estimated economic impact

• $145.2 million in overall business activity

Patient Population

• Approximately 36,439

Capacity

• 68 adult/pediatric staffed beds
• 18 psychiatric staffed beds
• 98 licensed beds
• 0 neonatal bassinets


Outpatient Activity

• 109,996 outpatient encounters
• 27,259 emergency dept. encounters


Admissions

• 2,881 adult/pediatric admissions
• 527 psychiatric admissions
• 0 neonatal ICU admissions
• 178 nursery admissions

Live Births

• 178 births


Inpatient Activity

• 11,279 adult pediatric inpatient days
• 4,467 psychaiatric inpatient days
• 0 neonatal ICU inpatient days
• 390 nursery inpatient days

Residency Programs:

LSU Rural Family Practice Residency
• 15 current residents (expected growth to 24 within 3 years)
• 2 medical students

LSU Ophthalmology Residency Program
• 6 current residents


Nursing and Allied Health Training
(Approximately 137 students)

• Louisiana Technical Colleges — LPN, Nurses Aide, Bio–Med, EMT First Response and Phlebotomyollege (Poplarville, MS) — RN and Medical Lab Technician
• Southern University — Speech Therapy
• University of Southern Mississippi
• LSU Allied Health Professionals
• LSU School of Nursing
• LSU Department of Clinical Science — Shreveport — PT, OT, ST, and Clinical Lab
• Xavier — Pharmacist
• University of Louisiana at Monroe — Pharmacy
• Southeastern Louisiana University
• Bogalusa High School — CNA program
• Franklinton High School — Pharmacy Tech
• Cardiovascular Technology Institute — Echo Tech

Partnerships

• Rayburn Correctional Institute
• Washington Parish Sheriff's Office
• Bogalusa Police Department
• St. Tammany Parish Hospital (transfers)
• Lakeview Regional Medical Center (transfers and cardiac care, etc.)
• Med Vance Institute of Baton Rouge
• Children's Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana
• Public Health Unit
• Louisiana Department of Public Health: Tobacco Control Initiave
• Southeast Louisiana Hospital
• Gulf States Long Term Acute Hospital Facility (LTAC)
• Franklinton High School — Pharmacy Tech
• Deaf Action Group
• Abuse and Drug Advocacy Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT)
• Camelia Hospice
• Maryland Hospital Association
• QI Project
• IHI — Institute of Healthcare Improvement — 5 Million Lives Campaign
• ISMP — Institute of Safe Medication Practice
• LOPA Louisiana Organ Procurement Program
• Region IX Emergency Management
• Florida Parishes Human Services Authority FPHSA (Mental Health / CRTs)
• Northshore Ambulance Service
• Southern Eye Bank
• ADAP Ryan White Agreement
• Myers Group HCAHP
• Louisiana Health Care Review, Inc.

Mr. Scott has held hospital leadership positions in both the public and private sectors and has an extensive background in hospital facilities planning and construction.

A fellow of the American  College of Health Care   Executives, Scott received a Master of Business Administration degree from Loyola University and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of New Orleans.  He attended the Health Care Executive Leadership Development   Institute of the American   College of Health Care       Executives at the University of North Carolina.

Since coming to LSU BMC in February 2007, his focus has been on expanding   primary and specialty care services and implementing        numerous facility expansion and renovation projects to accommodate growth.