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Pediatrician Caring For St. Tammany Parish and Beyond
Starting February, 1st, 2022, Jen Berniard, our lactation counselor through Nurture, will be providing a free lactation consult for all newborns in their first 30 days.
At LeBlanc Pediatrics, patient-centered care is our focus. All aspects of your visit to LeBlanc Pediatrics is handled by our caring, experienced staff. We take the time at each step of your visit to offer comprehensive care of each patient from birth until college. Each provider is committed to delivering the latest in evidence-based medicine in a completely electronic clinic while maintaining our personal touch. Even after regular clinic hours, you are able to call our providers with any emergency that may occur with your children.
Only you can access your children's records at any convenient time and request an appointment for the following day in the middle of the night. Utilizing social media, we provide useful pediatric education as well as critical announcements concerning the clinic, like community events or clinic holiday hours. We, here at LeBlanc Pediatrics, are excited to assist with the health of your children as they grow up in our community. A community where our providers volunteer their time, teach medical students, support local foundations, and serve on multiple hospital committees. Every member of our team is devoted to the ideals of quality, compassion and access.
LeBlanc Pediatrics is unique in that it was built with the idea of providing a quality, efficient patient experience. Upon entering our clinic, you notice our open concept front desk concept without a glass partition. We provide two completely separate waiting rooms for well and sick children, but our entire clinic is divided into a well and sick wing. This exclusive design increases infection control and reduces the risk of illness when coming for routine well visits. The well waiting room has movies playing to help keep children entertained while parents complete ASQ questionnaires to track their child’s development to ensure they are meeting their developmental milestones.
The waiting room for children who are ill is equipped with a hygiene station that includes masks to prevent the spread of illnesses for those who so choose and has an animated movie to entertain your child. There are nine cheery exam rooms where we see your child when they are sick.
Meet our Lactation Specialist, Jennifer Berniard, RN, CLC
Click below to learn about some of the most common illnesses and their symptoms.
Strep throat is caused by a specific bacteria called Streptococcus pyogenes.Read More
RSV stands for Respiratory Syncytial Virus. It is a contagious respiratory tract illness that is most prevalent from late Fall through early Spring.Read More
Roseola is a viral illness caused by a herpesvirus, HHV 6. It commonly affects younger children under 3 years old. It is also known as sixth disease or roseola infantum.Read More
Hand, foot, & mouth disease is a common contagious viral illness, therefore, antibiotics are not necessary.Read More
Gastroenteritis is a fancy medical term for the quite common and contagious “stomach flu”. Vomiting is usually one of the first presenting symptoms with others following shortly afterward including nausea, decreased energy level, stomach ache, fever, and/or diarrhea.Read More
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The flu is an illness caused by a respiratory virus. It is a serious virus that can spread quickly from person to person through sneezing, coughing, and touching surfaces that have secretions. The flu season typically starts in the fall and ends in the spring.Read More
Pink eye is caused by inflammation in the white part of the eye and inside the eyelids. It is most commonly caused by bacteria, viruses or allergies.Read More
The common cold is a viral infection that affects the airway. It is caused by hundreds of different contagious viruses that live in the air and on things we touch.Read More
- Monday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 8:00am - 11:00am
- Sunday: Closed