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145 Lapalco #B

Gretna, LA  70056

p: 504.363.4711

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3502 Tulane Ave.

New Orleans, LA 70119

p: 504.363.4711

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New Patients Welcome

 

Same Day Appointments

 

Saturday Hours Available

 

We gladly accept People's Health, Medicaid, Medicare and most private insurance plans.

 

 

The professionals at Valentine Medical Center provide a variety of family and urgent care services for patients of all ages. Services include:

 

 

Diagnostic

Physicals

CDL Exams

Immunizations

OB/GYN

Pediatric Care

Family Health

Lab Work

Drug Testing

Ultra Sounds

X-Rays

 

Nutrition

Weight Management

Heart Health

Occupational Medicine learn more

Workmanís Comp

 

 

 

 

Learn what to expect on your first visit. 

 

 

Insurance

Valentine Medical Center accepts most major insurance programs including:

 

People's Health

Medicaid

Medicare

 

If you plan to use insurance for your treatment, donít forget to bring your insurance card and a valid picture id with you. The following forms of identification are accepted:

 

Driverís license

Government-issued identification card

Military identification

Passport

 

 

Prescription Refills

Call or stop by to request renewal of a prescription. We will review all refill requests within 24 hours. If we approve the renewal, you can come in to pick up the new prescription or we can call the approval into your preferred pharmacy.

Valentine Medical Center does not specialize in pain management. We will assess all requests for medication on an individual basis and determine what is medically necessary
.

 

 

 

Physician Referrals

Call or stop by to request renewal of a prescription. We will review all refill requests within 24 hours. If we approve the renewal, you can come in to pick up the new prescription or we can call the approval into your preferred pharmacy.

Valentine Medical Center does not specialize in pain management. We will assess all requests for medication on an individual basis and determine what is medically necessary
.