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General Information

St. Martin Hospital

St. Martin Hospital is a critical access hospital maintaining inpatient acute beds and a skilled nursing rehabilitation unit, as well as a staffed 24-hour emergency room. As a nonprofit hospital, Saint Martin Hospital is committed to help patients who need help paying their hospital bills.

Patient satisfaction scores reflect our sincere dedication to quality care, as we rank among the highest scores achievable. St. Martin Hospital features the only emergency room available in all of St. Martin Parish. As an alternative to the ER, St. Martin Hospital offers primary care through its walk-in community health clinic. 

We are conveniently located in the heart of Breaux Bridge at 210 Champagne Blvd. For more information, please call (337) 332-2178.

View our 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment, and our 2016 CHNA Implementation Strategy.

As a nonprofit hospital, SMH is committed to help patients who need help paying their hospital bills. To learn more about SMH Financial Assistance Policy, please click here. Financial assistance applications may be downloaded here. For more information regarding our insurance, billing and collections policies, please click here. For more information about price transparency at St. Martin Hospital, click here.

View our Notice of Privacy Practices.

Road to Good Health™ Program

St. Martin Hospital (SMH) offers a FREE education series focusing on healthy eating and weight loss.

Learn more about the program

 

Leadership

Chief Executive Officer
Karen Wyble

Chief of Staff
Warren Degatur, M.D.

Controller
Ken Bonin

Director of Nursing
John Simar

Growth Through Leadership

St. Martin Hospital (SMH) committed itself to increasing local care in fiscal year 2016 and far surpassed those goals. The Imaging Department at SMH received overwhelming positive feedback from the public on their customer service and patient care, even after seeing a 27% increase in volume from the year before.

The attention paid to local, quality care did not go unnoticed. SMH celebrated Inpatient Satisfaction in the 93rd percentile, Emergency Department Satisfaction in the 93rd percentile and Outpatient Satisfaction in the 99th percentile. It’s because of this connection to the community that SMH was able to hold an inaugural celebration gala, which contributes to the growth and development of the hospital. Susan G. Komen witnessed the commitment to healthcare and education at SMH and awarded a grant for the hospital to continue providing free screening mammograms and patient education.

SMH cares for its patients as much as it cares about the community it serves. That’s why the hospital sponsored Project Front Yard for all St. Martin Parish schools. The program is an initiative to unify and beautify Acadiana.

As the fiscal year came to an end, SMH began construction on St. Martin Hospital Specialty Center. This state of the art building will be located along Champagne Blvd., across the street from the main hospital entrance. Featuring a number of different clinics, this uniquely designed facility will provide quality, comprehensive outpatient medical care for the parish.

St. Martin Hospital Board of Trustees
Patrick Gandy, Chairman; Warren Degatur, M.D. and Burton Dupuis