News & Events

Meeting the President of the United States and the Governor of Louisiana

Our CEO, Rock Bordelon, and his lovely wife Kristi, recently had the privilege of meeting the President of the United States and the Governor of Louisiana to discuss the future of healthcare in our country and in Louisiana!



“It’s a transformational time for healthcare, and health information is at the heart of this transformation,” said Lou Ann Wiedemann, MS, RHIA, CDIP, CHDA, FAHIMA “In the midst of all this change, positive opportunities are being created. Health information management professionals understand clinical and financial data as well as information governance and data management—all tools that can help reward value, lower cost, and make the healthcare experience better for patients. It is a great time to be in the HIM profession, and we believe our future is bright.”



KELSEY                                                                                       JORDAN

JASMINE                                                                                   TANESHIA

TAMARA                                                                                        BRANDI

JESSICA                                                                                    TYESHAH


Blood Drive


Bienville Medical Center
LifeShare Bus
1175 Pine Street
Tuesday, March 20 – 1:30 to 50:00pm

April Picou

Bienville Medical Proudly Support our relationship with Partners in Wellness for free mammograms year round.


October, 25th 2017


October is Breast Cancer awareness Month. Bienville Medical Proudly Support our relationship with Partners in Wellness for free mammograms year round.

Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point.

The good news is that most women can survive breast cancer if it’s found and treated early. A mammogram – the screening test for breast cancer – can help find breast cancer early when it’s easier to treat.

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Make a difference! Spread the word about mammograms and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.

How can National Breast Cancer Awareness Month make a difference?

We can use this opportunity to spread the word about steps women can take to detect breast cancer early.

Here are just a few ideas:

  • Ask doctors and nurses to speak to women about the importance of getting screened for breast cancer.
  • Encourage women ages 40 to 49 to talk with their doctors about when to start getting mammograms.
  • Organize an event to talk with women ages 50 to 74 in your community about getting mammograms every 2 years.


Get Involved

Take action to increase awareness about breast cancer and breast cancer screenings.

  1. Display posters about breast cancer screening in your organization’s break room.
  2. Ask health professionals from your local hospital or clinic to share information about mammograms and early detection with your employees or members.
  3. Distribute materials about breast cancer screening at a local health fair.
  4. Partner with local women’s organizations, community groups, and senior centers to reach women ages 40 and older with important information on breast cancer screening.
  5. Host a breast cancer walk with your organization’s members.


We at Bienville Medical Center believe awareness to the early detection of breast cancer is the key to being a survivor not a statistic that is why we offer free mammogram screenings through Partners in Wellness. Please call and schedule your appointment today at 1-800-562-4523.


Bienville Medical: First in Louisiana to Use New EPA Approved “Paint Shield”.

1. Paint Shield is Microbicidal, meaning it kills bacteria that touch the paint film within 2 hours. This is different from Antimicrobial. Antimicrobial means that bacteria cannot penetrate the paint film, however bacteria would remain on the surface until cleaned appropriately.

2. Paint Shield is approved by the EPA. This is the ONLY product on the market that has been approved to kill bacteria within 2 hours of coming in contact with the coating.
Paint Shield does more than just cover walls, it kills 99.9% of indicated pathogens* within 2 hours of exposure on painted surfaces.

To learn more about Paint Shield, please visit:

Paint Shield

Delay in ER Remodel

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the ER remodel project has been delayed. We hope to have this project completed by Mid-November.

Hospital Lobby Remodel

We are almost complete with the remodeling of the hospital lobby. Check out a few before/after items below:


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ER Facelift

The ER has been in need of a facelift for some time now.

We are excited to say that the remodel will begin on August 3rd. We estimate being completed by September 1st. Stay tuned for pictures and updates on our progress.