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Baton Rouge General Medical Center was the first hospital in Baton Rouge General Medical Center was the first hospital in [baton rou], they also performed the first open heart surgery in the city, created the first Diabetes Program, established the first and only Regional Burn Center in southern Louisiana and opened the first Chemical Dependency Unit in the state.

Their mission is to improve the quality of life of the people they serve. Their range of care includes wellness education and prevention; care by First Care Physicians; emergency care in two hospital Emergency Departments; care in the two Baton Rouge General Medical Center facilities at Mid City and Bluebonnet; rehabilitation and specialty outpatient care; home health and durable medical equipment; and long term care in their nursing home.

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Baton Rouge General Medical Center was the first hospital in [baton rou], they also performed the first open heart surgery in the city, created the first Diabetes Program, established the first and only Regional Burn Center in southern Louisiana and opened the first Chemical Dependency Unit in the state.

Their mission is to improve the quality of life of the people they serve. Their range of care includes wellness education and prevention; care by First Care Physicians; emergency care in two hospital Emergency Departments; care in the two Baton Rouge General Medical Center facilities at Mid City and Bluebonnet; rehabilitation and specialty outpatient care; home health and durable medical equipment; and long term care in their nursing home.

Location: 3600 Florida Street, Baton Rouge Louisiana 70806 Telephone 225-387-7767

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