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Daughters of Charity Health Centers has expanded again by opening its newest location on the first floor of Dillard University’s three-story Student Union in Gentilly.
The 12,000-square-foot facility, opened in May at 100 Warrington Drive at Gentilly Boulevard, offers full primary and preventative medical care for the whole family (prenatal, pediatric and geriatric care), a pharmacy, lab, dental and behavioral health services for the whole family.
In one sense, the names have changed – from Katrina to Rita to Gustav to Isaac – but in another sense, the names
Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans has emerged as a leader of primary health care in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc