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UHC Clinics & Services

University Hospital & Clinics is a full-service, acute care hospital serving Acadiana’s uninsured, underinsured and indigent population. It is also a primary graduate medical education center that trains future physicians. We house a learning resource center to support the training, continuing education, research and clinical responsibilities of health care providers throughout the 13 parish region of southwest Louisiana. In addition, we offer an outpatient pharmacy for patients who see a University Hospital & Clinics doctors.

Since Lafayette General Health took over management in June 2013, several services and clinics were added and/or reinstated. The hospital saw an increase in the number of operating rooms. University Hospital & Clinics reestablished its medical detoxification program, making it the only hospital-run inpatient medical detox facility in Lafayette. Cardiology services are enhanced through a partnership with Cardiovascular Institute of the South.

Outpatient diabetes nutrition education classes are also held on a monthly basis.

University Hospital & Clinics patients are offered the following clinics:

  • Endocrinology
    Tuesday -      8a-12p
    Wednesday - 8a-12p
    Friday -          8a-12p
    (337) 261-6480
  • Geriatric Clinic
    Tuesday – 1p-4p
    Thursday - 8a-12p (clinic)
    Thursday - 1p-4p (assessment)
    (337) 261-6655
  • Otolaryngology
    Tuesday -      7:30a-4p (except 1st Tuesdays)
    Wednesday - 7:30a-4p
    Thursday -     7:30a-4p
    (337) 261-6415
  • Plastics
    may include: breast reconstruction; breast reduction; panniculectomy; hand trauma
    Mondays & Thursdays – 12p-4p
  • Renal Clinic
    Monday -       8a-12p
    Tuesday -      8a-12p
    Wednesday-  1p-4p
    Thursday -     8a-1p 
    Friday -          8a-12p 
    (337) 261-6759
  • Rheumatology
    Monday  -      8a – 12p
    Tuesday -      1p – 5p
    Wednesday - 8a-5p
    (337) 261-6759

University Hospital & Clinics patients are offered the following services:
services listed by department

24 hours
(337) 261-6767

M-F – 6:30a-5p
(337) 261-6275

Nuclear Medicine
   VQ Scans
   Bone Scans
M-F – 6:30a-3:30p
(337) 261-6210

M-F – 7a-4p
(337) 261-6109

M-F – 6:30a-11:30p
(337) 261-6253

Interventional Radiology
M-F – 6:30a-3p
(337) 261-6751

M-F – 6:30a-3p
(337) 261-6279

Bone Density
M- F – 7a-3:30p
(337) 261-6767

Respiratory Therapy
24 hours
(337) 261-6260

   Pulmonary Lab
     * Outpatient ABGs
     * Pulmonary Function
     * Bronchoscopy
M-F - 7a-3p
(337) 261-6165

     * Electroencephalograph (Inpatient and outpatient)
M-F – 7:00-3:00
(337) 261-6261

   Sleep Lab
     * Sleep Studies (polysomnography)
Office: M-F - 7a-3p
(337) 261-4841

EKG/Stress Lab
   Holter Monitoring
   Stress Testing
M-F -7a-3p
(337) 261-6258

Outpatient Pharmacy
   Prescription processing
We accept most commercial plans, most Medicare plans, and all Louisiana Medicaid plans. Patient assistance for uninsured, qualifying patients to obtain their medications. 
     * Medication therapy management
M-F – 8a-4p
(337) 261-6235

Nutrition Services
Medical Nutrition Therapy for including individual nutrition assessments for education. Order required for outpatient assessment
M-F (by appt only)
(337) 261-6113

   Retail Café
M-F – 7a-2p
(337) 261-6117

   Hearing Evaluations
   Middle ear Analysis
   Vestibular Testing
   Auditory Brainstem Response (un-sedated and sedated)
   Otoacoustic Emission testing
   Medicaid Pediatric Hearing Aids
   Hear Now program for hearing aids
   In-House swim molds
   Cochlear Baha fittings (surgical and soft band)
order from physician required for all tests
M-F - 8a-4p
(337) 261-6424

   Pediatric OT
   Outpatient ST for all ages
M-F - 7:30a-4p
(337) 261-6710

Medical Library
(337) 261-6127
(337) 261-6128

   Outpatient Lab work
M-F - 6a-6p
(337) 261-6212

Smoking Cessation
   Quit Smoking Counseling (Individual and Group)
M-F - 8a-4:30p
(337) 261-8541

Breast Screenings and Mammograms

We offer a free screening program for women through a grant funded by the Center for Disease Control in conjunction with LSU’s Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. The screenings, administered under the Louisiana Breast & Cervical Health Program, are available to eligible women in need of breast exams, mammograms, breast ultrasounds, pelvic exams, pap smears and cervical and breast biopsies. Learn more about the free screening program.


University Hospital & Clinics has an advanced Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing system. ABR tests are used to screen hearing of newborns and young infants, gauge adult hearing loss or detect other nerve and brainstem damage. The top feature of the ABRsystem is that no sedation is required.

Medical Detox Program at University Hospital & Clinics

University Hospital & Clinics is the only hospital-run in-patient medical detox facility in Lafayette.

The voluntary inpatient program provides 24-hour medically supervised evaluation and treatment to eligible patients 18 years or older. The mission of the program is to provide the “first step” in a patient’s rehabilitation process by providing a safe, therapeutic detoxification experience, while minimizing painful effects of withdrawal. This allows the patient to complete the remaining steps of their recovery and rehabilitation in a more comprehensive program at another facility.

Compass Health manages the 12-bed program by providing trained detox nursing and counseling staff members and supervisors. UHC, in cooperation with LSU Health System, provides physician services. The hospital also provides the support of a pharmacy, diagnostic and testing services, and dietary and environmental services.

Lafayette General Health can transfer patients willing to receive needed medical detox services from any of its affiliated emergency departments to the inpatient program at UHC.

In order to be admitted, a patient must meet certain criteria, the most important of which is a primary diagnosis of Substance Dependence and/or Substance Withdrawal. They must also voluntarily agree to participate in the treatment program.

A detox protocol is initiated upon admission to the program. The detox protocols generally last 5-7 days, depending upon the patient’s condition. All medications prescribed are at the lowest effective dosages that are medically feasible for control of the patient’s withdrawal symptoms and condition. Upon discharge, staff assists patients in transitioning to a more comprehensive program elsewhere for their addictions. For more information, please call 261-6343.