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Updated July 27, 2021: - ATTENTION: Louisiana COVID-19 positive cases are surging, driven by the Delta variant which makes up an estimated 83% of cases. The surge is evident in the South Lafourche area, according to Lady of the Sea Hospital and Clinics CEO, Karen Collins, “positive cases this month have already surpassed the highest month of positive cases here since the pandemic began.” According to the Louisiana Department of Health, the current COVID-19 surge in Louisiana is alarming. Lady of the Sea is seeing increases in testing, clinic visits, ED visits, and outpatient infusions related to COVID-19 illness.

To protect our community and ensure that healthcare services are available for all:

- Please avoid large gatherings
- Regardless of vaccination status, mask while indoors if 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained
- Take precautions by practicing social distancing, washing hands frequently and using hand sanitizer
- Consider vaccination and discuss with your healthcare provider. The vast majority of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are unvaccinated and of those dying from COVID, 99.5% are unvaccinated.

Lady of the Sea Medical Clinics in Larose and Cut Off are providing COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals 12 years and older. Please call Lady of the Sea Medical Clinic – Larose at (985) 798-7000 OR Lady of the Sea Medical Clinic – Cut Off at (985) 632-6233 to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination. We are currently administering the Pfizer BioNTech vaccination. You do not have to be an established patient of the clinic to receive the vaccine. Vaccinations are being administered daily at the clinics. For additional information on COVID-19 vaccinations or if you took your vaccination through the hospital and would like to speak to someone, please call (985) 632-9500.

Compassionate Care, Close to Home

Lady of the Sea General Hospital is an acute-care inpatient hospital which provides a variety of services to the South Lafourche community of southeastern Louisiana. We exist to provide high quality health care in a personalized manner to those we serve. Over the past few years, LOSGH received several recognitions in different areas of the services we provide. Learn more about our Quality Performance here.


It's all about your convenience! We have 2 locations to serve you better, including one with a drive-thru window. Lady of the Sea Community Pharmacy #1 is located inside our Cut Off Medical Clinic by the hospital, and #2 is located inside Frank's Supermarket in Larose on Highway 3235. The 340-B discount pricing is available at both pharmacies as well as the Prescription Savings Program! Easily request refills by phone or online! Optional ready for pick-up notifications available by TEXT and EMAIL. View our Community Pharmacy page for more information.


Please do not delay medical care! Reports of delayed medical care are of great concern for our community. As people are adhering to advice about avoiding gathering, they are putting off their routine medical appointments, tests and treatments. Depending on your medical condition, this can greatly impact your health and recovery.
We want to reassure our South Lafourche community that we have put into place state and national best practices to ensure your safety and health when visiting our clinics, hospital and ER. Click here to read more about these changes.


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The 20 highest-ranked critical access hospitals (CAHs) in the country, as determined by the Chartis Center for Rural Health, were recently announced by the National Rural Health Association (NRHA). An awards ceremony will be held during NRHA’s Critical Access Hospital Conference in September in Kansas City, Mo. The determining factors for the Top 20 CAHs were based on the results of the Hospital Strength Index and its eight indices of performance: inpatient market share, outpatient market share, quality, outcomes, patient perspective, cost, charge, and financial efficiency. This elite group of hospitals was selected from the Chartis Center for Rural Health’s 2020 Top 100 CAH list, which was released earlier this year. Forty "best practice" designations were also given to facilities that have achieved success in one of two key areas of performance, based on Index results: 1) quality: a rating of hospital performance based on the percentile rank across rural-relevant process of care measures, and 2) patient perspective: a rating of hospital performance based on the percentile rank across all 10 HCAHPS domains.
Lady of the Sea General Hospital is a proud recipient of the Rural Health’s 2020 Top 20 Critical Access Hospital Award.