Our Lady of the Lake Livingston (Walker)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City Walker LA
State Louisiana
Address 5000 O'Donovan Blvd
Phone number +1 225-271-6000
Website ololrmc.com View
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Our Lady of the Lake Livingston ER Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Our Lady of the Lake Livingston Reviews

Before you go to Our Lady of the Lake Livingston, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this Walker emergency room think.

Haley Aillet⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedFast, great bedside manor, great overall experience, took their time making sure everything was okay with my baby!Matthew Vidrine⭐️⭐️⭐️The Doc and nurses were nice when I brought my toddler in for a finger injury. Admissions was nice as well. XRAY tech almost got slapped. Extremely rude and needs to be fired. Middle aged Pentecostal lady. I’ve been in CT/xray for over 30 years. I was trying to help position my little boys fingers for the xray and this rude woman would slap my hand away like I was her kid in an antique store. Never said a word, just pushed or swatted at me each time. I think after 30 years as RT(R), I’m qualified to help with my own child’s xray. I’ve never been that rude to anyone on the job in all that time. I was too worried about my son to think twice about it until I got home and told my wife, a Radiation Therapist who also started out in Xray. If Rad Techs are a dime a dozen in this area, they need to fire that woman and hire someone new.Maia Dominguez Came here because my daughter had been running 103 fever for two days. We waited for 3 hours after them only taking her temp and swabbing her nose for flu. We saw the doctor for LESS THAN A MINUTE, him only telling us the obvious – fluids, rest, Tylenol, Motrin. We were charged EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS – for a flu swab, temp check, and *literally* less than one minute of consult with the doc. And to have waited three hours for that…. never again!Brittany Law My son passed away in this ER, he was 2, he passed away from an accidental drowning, 911 call was made at 7:45, we arrived at the hospital as they were taking my child out the ambulance with a paramedic on top of him giving compressions, about 8:30 8:45, they took my son through the back, my family and I rushed through the front doors of the ER, a lady asked if we were the parents of the baby being admitted, I said yes the brought us to this room in the back with a big long table and lots of chairs, one by one each family members crowded into this room, this very uncomfortable room, we asked what’s the status, what’s going on, is he breathing? We have people coming in and out nurses detectives, asking us questions, do you have insurance, do you wanna fill out this form? Do you know how long it was… NO I DIDNT KNOW ANYTHING AT THAT MOMENT BUT I WANTED TO KNOW IF MY BABY WAS OKAY! When we asked questions we were told they didn’t know, we had to wait for the dr, an HOUR later after no info was given to us, at 10:05pm the dr, I guess he was the dr, I don’t remember him introducing himself or much less any of them introducing themselves, walked in with about 6 other people in white coats, and shook his head and said I’m sorry there was nothing more we could do, I rushed out the room across the hall where I screamed and screamed that this wasn’t real, after I calmed down, they did allow us to say goodbye to my son, he was hooked up to so many cords, he was freezing and stiff, he didn’t feel like my baby… the only words I got from anyone was I’m sorry there wasn’t anything more we could do, nothing else, never pulled me and my husband aside and talked to us, nothing!!!!!! I hate this hospital, I know babies die from drownings but some live, and I was never explained what was even done to save him, we asked questions and the dr never even explained nor the nurses, I called months later to speak with the dr, I wanted my questions answered they told me they will give him the message, about a week later the manager of the ER called and told me I could set a meeting with him, and he would go over everything… but that’s not what I asked, I wanted the person who tried to save my sons life, I’m not blaming anyone but when you can’t even have enough respect to talk to the mother and father of the child who just passed away in your hospital together in private or have a nurse do it someone, not walk in with 30 family members and tell them all together he didn’t make it, and we never hear anything else? I didn’t like this hospital to begin with, every time Kye (my son who passed away) was sick, or had over 103 fever, we would wait for hours! Just to be told it’s a virus, give him Motrin, when Kye was 3 months old he was having trouble breathing and had a really bad cough, I was told he had reflux I stuck with my motherly instance and got a second opinion, my son had phenomena and we were hospitalized for a whole week☹️ ! I will never go back to this place ! And I agree with all the comments of the staff is always playing laughing on phones, many of times I’ve poked my head out and seen this! I just have questions what happen from 7;45 -9:50 which is the time of death of my baby boy. The dr came in at 10:05 …and told us nothing but he’s gone…What did y’all do to try and save him and why would you not want to let the parents know what you did or even give them a personal I’m sorry?!Ashely Barmore “Marquita” in the scheduling department was possibly one of the rudest human beings I’ve ever encountered. She was extremely unhelpful in scheduling my appointment and very rude when I asked questions about next steps. Thankfully, I called my doctor and got my referral sent elsewhere. And after reading all of these reviews, it was clearly a blessing in disguise.Savannah Mansur⭐️⭐️⭐️The ER is awful. Wait time is ridiculous and my husband and I have been a few times and just felt like an inconvenience to the doctors. However, my PCP, Michelle Duhe has been seeing me for almost four years and she is the best doctor I could ever ask for. I look forward to my doctor appointments with her! She’s the sweetest woman, words can’t even describe how phenomenal she is. I am sad that her nurse left because I loved her too.L Smith⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe employees were courteous, professional and prompt. From the front desk to the patient rooms, we received excellent service and care. I particularly loved Austin. He was so very kind and warmhearted.Theresa Fox Allen Do Not go to this hospital!! Especially if you’re Medicaid recipient!!!! We unfortunately come here alot due to ear infections. This time my son has a jaw issue. A lady checked in 15 minutes after we did and be damn they took her first. She’s obviously not Medicaid, most likely has a great private insurance company…. not bleeding appears to have no significant pain. But my son must wait for the rich to be dealt with first. I’ll stop right there.. POS hospital unfortunately it’s all of them.Gypsy Queen This place is incompetent and slow as molasses. Been here six hours for them to do barely anything but a cat scan and say nothing is wrong. So why is my sister still here? It’s after midnight! Now you’re giving her Tylenol for her headache!? Smh. The Spirit of Healing? Please.Joel Morris Sat in an empty room for FIVE HOURS. The doctor came in to see us after two hours of waiting. Never got an actual room just a small empty room with three chairs in it and no assistance from anyone. My son was having an allergic reaction and projectile vomiting then dry heaving on the ride there and didnt receive any kind of medicine until 2 hours after it all subsided. This place is terrible. We know where not to go now.Baylie Smith⭐️⭐️let me say my previous experiences were good. recently I visited this ER twice within 2 days. if you are ever facing a reproductive or breast related issue, take yourself to the Assessment Center at Woman’s before wasting your time here. I *knew* I had a threatening infection both times I came to OLOL reporting high fever and they repeatedly assured me my symptoms were normal for my condition. twice they sent me home empty handed when they absolutely could have given me antibiotics just in case.. thankfully I went to Woman’s for my 3rd ER visit. and what do you know, they found my infection and confirmed my WBC was extremely elevated! I went through 3 wks of hell and have risked my fertility all because OLOL has no OBGYN on staff. womxn in this society are already written off as dramatic and over reactive, and the staff at OLOL followed suit in my treatment. OLOL: YOU GOTTA DO BETTER. HIRE AN OBGYN. THIS IS IRRESPONSIBLE.None Yourbusinesshyytyyggg the I would leave zero Stars if I could. Took my kid here for high fever, they looked at hey briefly, gave her ibuprofen, then 3yrs and later try to sue me for 1000, and I had insurance and they was sending the bill apparently from a different name. Like professional emergency physicians. I went to the lake, not professional emergency physicians, why would I open mail from a place I’ve never been?Betty Richey⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedShort wait time, very clean, and professional staff all around.Kanisha Holloway⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedEvery staff member that interacted with me was wonderful and really made me calm about the whole situation. They were very attentive and made me feel as comfortable as they could. Thank you to everyone!!Paula sobolewski I came here because I was having a really bad reaction to a new trial medicine for my medical condition.. I sat in the room for 4 hours in massive pain from this reaction and they did nothing to help me. I will not go here again and I will be talking to the board and taking action against this place. I have never seen a god complex in a group of people like they do and NOTHING I was saying would make them listen to me or my husband. They treat you like dirt here and I cannot wait for my conversation with them.Resa Borries I went in this morning with extreme pain and bleeding while pregnant. They told me, after conducting an ultrasound, I was miscarrying, had no fetal heartbeat, and no baby in the sac. After four hours of being admitted, I left crying to see my fertility specialist who is 3 hours away. He did an ultrasound and said the baby was perfectly healthy and had a strong heartbeat. My fertility specialist said I have a hematoma that should resolve itself with bedrest. I’m glad I saw my fertility specialist who gave me an accurate diagnosis.Bree Angelo⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had a wonderful experience at Our Lady of the Lake ER Livingston. The staff was great & I received wonderful treatment. I would definitely go back or take my family members there if necessary.Gregory Lewis To slow horrible placeCustom Cleaning Went to this place several times for myself & husband. I’ve been made fun of over some serious medical problems that I have that I wasn’t even there for & there has been several times where we sat in the room for over 5 hours so each time I would go out & see them laughing, playing on their phones, & each time they have told us that they forgot we were even in the room.O.G. Original Gentry⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI’m not sure why this facility received so many negative reviews. I found them to be fast, courteous,caring and informative about the reason I visited the ER. Thanks to the staff on hand at the time for making My visit such a pleasant experience.Robbi Bradford This place is horrible. Brought my niece in who fell and could not walk in so much pain. Obviously had a injury to her calf. They took ex ray said no break. Then told us we could go. Never saw a Dr! Never examined the injured area. Thay were not busy at all. Still could not walk and in horrible pain when we left. That place is useless!!!Malissa Vincent⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedQuick servicePeggy Go elsewhere if you can make it! My husband was having chest and left arm pain, so I took him to the closest ER. At first they were very efficient. Took him to room immediately and began checking his vitals. His BP was through the roof, and heart rate low. They gave him nitroglycerin and it worked like a charm! His pain went from a 9 down to a 3. After that they barely checked on him. I asked if he could eat. Nurse Allison said she would check. Never came back to let us know, so I went and got him some crackers. Buzzed nurses station as my husband needed to go to restroom. Said she’d let our nurse know. 30 min later, my husband is disconnecting himself. Alarm sounded for 20 min or more. They never came in to see why. We never saw Dr in 5.5 hours we were there and they didn’t inform us of what was going on. So we left AMA and went to OLOL in Baton Rouge. Had to start all over again to get stress test.Tony Bostwick⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat hospital ❤Jamie Fletcher⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have been here on 4 occasions – 3 times for my sons and once for me. I have never had to wait any longer than I would have at a regular physician’s office. The doctors and nurses have always treated us with respect, kindness and utmost care. I am stunned to see the bad reviews.Rose Talbot⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI moved to Walker a year ago and have now had to use this hospital many times. From the time you walk in, or are brought in,by ambulance, until you leave, you are treated with enormous respect and given immediate attention. Their staff are patient, kind and attentive. Never have I received such excellent care from a Baton Rouge hospital. This facility really cares for the patient and goes out of their way to show it. The most I have ever waited to be seen is 10-15 minutes and then was apologized to for that wait. You won’t get this from most other hospitals. They work on you until they are sure they know what is wrong and never try to rush you out the door. While in the emergency room you are never asked for payment and all patients are treated the same whether on Medicaid/Medicare/Private Care/Self-pay. Even after they send you a bill they will work with you until they find a method that is best for you, not them. I would highly recommend this hospital to anyone. Thank you OLOL Livingston staff and doctors for the excellent care and kind attention always shown to me and my family..Destiny Jones Called at 11:40pm because my handicap sister fell & busted her nose. Blood went everywhere. I called my mom & when she came she called the hospital to ask if she would be ok to lay down or go to sleep & they told us they would “call us back” to let us know & they STILL haven’t called back & it is 3:08am now!! Natalie Doucet⭐️⭐️My first few times going I had good experiences and the doctors were very helpful and understanding, however my recent visit was a nightmare. I go with a lupus flare which consisted of generalized pain and abdominal pain. I can’t remember the docs name but I felt offended that he he thought Tylenol and Motrin was sufficient for my pain. If that was the case I would not have gone to the hospital. I will never step foot in that hospital again. Not worth it. I would rather wait the time at the main campusLaDonna Blalock Horrible hospital..will not waste another trip here. Go in for shortness of breath gives me a script of iron pills tells me beginning of copd sends me home. Asked what about not able to breath was told well if it keeps happening come back. Just wow…B Payne Dumbest bunch of supposed doctors and nurses. Everyone there is to busy playing grabass to get anything done. They can’t even lance an infection stupid dirty lazy not worth the time to build the building. I’ve taken my animals to better vets than they are doctorsCapital City⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommendedwere very professional regardless of what you hear. very clean and local. would highly recommend.Lisa Shelton Was not a busy night, had two people in waiting room, Sat for 2.5 hours in exam room , only checked blood pressure and temp, finalkyy asked who the dr and nurse was for our room and the staff would not tell me, stated that our nurse was with another patient, had to call the ER admissions to try and find out who our dr was and she didnt know, so put on hold, when she came back i was asked who wanted to know, ARE YOU kidding me, i have the right to know who my Dr is and the name of the treating Physician, then the staff sat outside of room making loud jokes about the probkem inside…point is, this is a terribke hospital with even worse staff, unprofessional, …if you can make it to another ER i suggest you do.Bayou Angel Silly me that it never occurred to me that they don’t have emergency surgery services, but according to the ambulance driver, I’m far from the only person who didn’t know. I cannot discourage anyone enough from coming here. My husband needed an appendectomy, and the physician who saw him here was certain of it. He left us with the impression that he was transferring us to Essen to be admitted and to be put on the surgery schedule, but apparently that was beyond his abilities. I won’t talk about the experience at Essen here except that there is no communication between the offices. The doctors at Essen were not convinced my husband had appendicitis, so they were going to wait and see if he got worse without antibiotics. Problem is, they didn’t tell us that was what they were doing. If they had, I could have told them what Walker didn’t… that he was given antibiotics in Walker to treat his appendicitis. It’s best to skip this office if you think there is even a chance you will need surgical treatment. The Baton Rouge office behaves as if you were never there. We will absolutely never go to any of the Lake facilities again, especially for emergency services. (Unsurprisingly, when they finally did, unwillingly take him for surgery, they described his appendix as very angry and red. No doubt it was appendicitis.)Colin Usey This place was the absolute slowest hospital I’ve ever been to. At mid night on a Thursday at that. Horrible service and horrible wait times with only 2 people in waiting room. After making it to a room I waited 2 hours to see a NP…after she left I then waited over 1.5 hours just to get my discharge paperwork. Absolutely unacceptable. I’d rather go to Death Oaks in Hammond. It’s a shame this place is so nice and new because it has the service of a horribly ran fast food joint.Kristy Cooper Unprofessional. Dr Aldridge obviously did not even review the patients history or medications provided in triage. With no answers after 2 hours which is expected, not complaining about the wait time. But MD entered the room with NP Zerangue and they were laughing while pushing a ultrasound monitor in to scan my daughter’s heart & still no explanation of what was found so far. Dr. Aldridge best the hell out of the US jelly while NP Zerangue continued giggling at her. I disclosed I was a RN in triage but like I said she didn’t review history, so continued to behave rudely probably unaware that I know this is inappropriate behavior in front of a patient and their caregiver. I realize that the mother in me was worried about her daughter having something seriously wrong with a complaint of chest tightness, but the care provided by all in this place made me embarrassed as a healthcare professional. I had to apologize to my daughter for their shortcomings and this was first visit and the last I will ever make to OLOL Livingston. There’s more bad than good, but this review is long enough. Respiratory therapist Benton was great & Check in girl was great. The last place anybody wants to be on Christmas Eve into Christmas Day is an ER, so would we not have gone if there wasn’t a true concern & fear. My daughter’s first experience with a ER situation of chest pain and I believe she’ll let herself die before she goes back to another one, so that’s what a patient has to take away from the care provided by the MD, NP & nursing staff. Just disgusting and uncaring.Christopher Cox⭐️⭐️⭐️The waiting room is the slowest I have ever seen. Even with only 3 people in the waiting room, the wait times are excruciating. Registration acts like it’s a bother just to get your information. Worth the extra drive to rouge general. However, If the wait doesn’t bother you. The doctors seem really caring and nice.Jeff Newsom⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedSaved my life couple time thank you Jesus!!! Happy that this hospital wTaelor Bein Brought my 6 year old in with a broken leg. 2 days later and the orthopedic they were SUPPOSED to send a referral to STILL never recieved it. They are obviously not organized. They are literally just a “bandaid solution” hospital. don’t waste your time.Larry Chouccoli⭐️⭐️⭐️The nurses and doctor was very nice and helpful but the lady at the admissions desk in the er had a real attitude and should really be reprimanded if I come to your er in hopes of getting help don’t get an attitude because you have to do your job that’s not my problem if you don’t like it then feel free to quit .Kristin Sibley Went to the er twice this past weekend for a really bad rash that kept getting worse. I was so uncomfortable I wanted to climb out of my skin. Both times I told the nurses, rnp, and dr that I’m allergic to penicillin and that my new allergist had started me on bactrim. First nurse said it could be a sulfa allergy but the dr would be in. After that the rnp came in and said nope that’s not a bactrim rash. Brought a dr in. Nope not a bactrim rash. Gave me 2 meds and told me to stay on the bactrim when I questioned them again. So I went home. That was friday night. Sunday I wasvin hell!!! My rash was so bad. I couldn’t sleep, clothes or anything aggravated it. I went back to the er.same rpn was there new dr. Both again said nope not a bactrim rash. Told me to go off one of the meds the had put me on, gave me a shot of antibiotics and told me to follow up with my dermatologist. I asked again if I should continue with the bactrim. Yep, don’t stop that. So I did. And I went to see my dermatologist the next day. He looked at me and said get off the bactrim!!! I’m allergic to sulfas. Now at this point I had taken 6 bactrim pills since my first visit to the er!!! 6 doses that just made my rash get worse each time and now made it extend the amount of time until the rash goes away bc I have to wait for the bactrim to get out of my system. And the dermatologist said that bactrim is the second most allergic medication next to penicillin. He doesn’t know how they didn’t get it! It will take 7-10 days for it all to go away with the meds the dermatologist gave me. I was made more miserable and for longer than necessary. Ridiculous!Eric Tassin Sr This place is garbage 7.5 hours to walk in the room to tell you we cant help you here need to move you to the er in baton rouge . If you need help did not come here.Lisa Kenney Absolutely horrible. The whole experience was straight out of One Flew Over the Coo-Coo’s Nest and Nurse Ratchett. The nurse practitioner is judgmental, rude and controlling. She uses her position as a nurse practitioner to abuse the authority she has in the E.R. and stomps all over the patient’s basic human right to be treated in the least restrictive way with dignity and respect. My family was lied to and I was tricked, yes tricked, into signing a paper I thought was a simple discharge paper when it was actually consenting to being admitted. The nurse knew I couldn’t see the form she’d already filled out because I said I couldn’t see it when she gave me the pen to sign it and I held up my hand and said I can’t with this IV in my hand so she said just do it with the other hand. I had no idea I was signing anything other than a discharge paper because there was no reason for me to be there any longer than the 5 hours I’d already been and I was stable and ready to go home. Neither nurse or social worker ever once read or explained that the document I was signing was a voluntary admit to have me transferred and admitted anywhere. Both nurses knew I believed it to be a discharge paper. When I realized they had plans to transfer me and I said I’m not being transferred anywhere, I’m going home, the rude, loud nurse practitioner said “you’re going out of town, you signed a voluntary admit” “can’t take it back, too late” I couldn’t believe what she was saying, the way she was saying it and what was happening. She refused to allow me to withdraw it within 10 minutes of signing the paper and with a cop at her side told my husband he had to leave. I was forced to put on paper pajamas, no shoes and ride in the back of a police car 90 miles away to a facility in Abbeville (I don’t know the name or type facility). Only because the intake person at the place they transferred me to forgot she’d handed me a 30 plus page document while I was waiting for my husband to pick me up. She never took it back. It was my complete medical record from OLOL Livingston. I would have had no idea what they’d entered into my permanent medical record saying I’d done to justify humiliating, detaining and transferring me 90 miles from home to an inpatient psych/rehab facility. My husband has had 5 heart attacks, has end stage heart failure and emphysema and had to drive 180 miles round trip because of a hateful nurse practitioner on a power trip. It was after 1 a.m. before we got home to Denham Springs from Abbeville. There were so many blatant lies that there were too many and they were too absurd to be mistakes. Without a doubt I was not supposed to get those papers the lady in Abbeville handed me. I’m 56 yrs. old and have had a hysterectomy. These nurses chose to ignore the facts and lie in my record to justify what they were doing. It is charted and says it’s confirmed that I’m methadone dependant and on suboxone, complicating pregnancy, antepartum. OMG… Really? I will get my records corrected. I’ve read and re-read it over and over to be sure I was reading it correctly. My kids are 28 and 32, I wasn’t ever pregnant on methadone or suboxone which wasn’t even being used in 1983 or 1987. Drug test of 4/7/16 proves that fact. My medical record states every word in the record was verified by the nurse and nurse practitioner as well as the transcriber. They stomp on people’s rights as if we have gone backwards to the days of asylums. I really have been traumatized by my experience. I’m afraid of ever going into any emergency room. I don’t know why the ambulance driver even asks if you want to be brought to Livingston. All they will do is force you into transporting somewhere else no matter how far it is from home and you may not be as lucky as me in that I had someone with me at the hospital that saw & heard how they treated me and drove 180 miles and rescued me. Be very, very careful of what you say and who you say it to.Jordan Gonzales Horrible experience. I dislocated my arm this morning and chose to go here instead of going to oshner on O’Neal just because of traffic and i was in severe pain. This is my fourth dislocation and every time prior to this I went to oshner and they took maybe 30 to 45 mins to fix my shoulder. That’s with a full ER. At oshner from the second I walk in they are very urgent and making sure I’m comfortable. They bring a wheel chair our out in maybe 5 mins and bring me in. Give me lain medication as quick has possible. Talk to me so I’m distracted and take quick exrays and then few mins later docter comes in outs my arm back and bam im done. Walkers experience was polar opposite. First off it did ontl take a few mins for them to come get me, but has my arm was dislocated I was in severe pain and couldn’t really get out my chair. Instead if helping me the nurse or whatever he was watched with a impatient expression as I slowly got up. Then had the same face as I slowly walked to the room. They left me and my mother in the room for another 20 mins after that before they took my vitals, another 20 mins for exrays, through the whole experience I was screaming and shaking in lain was offered nothing to help because I ” had to be sedated and put under” then after exrays i waited another 20 mins just so a docter in training could ask soem random questions and tell us she didn’t realize they docter hadn’t come in. After another 20 mins I was moved to a surgical room where a nurse had to try 3 times to out an I.v. in, then waited on a respitory surgen just to put a oxygen tube in my nose. Then waited a another 10 mins so the docter could come in and give me my sedation medication. Once I was under ( or so I thought) they fixed my arm in literally seconds while I was screaming ( I don’t remember this part. My mother told me this) and was finally fully sedated for another 10 mins. Woke up and was exhausted because I was ready to leave. Then the dumb nurse comes to take my I.v out but instead of taking it out first put an automatic blood pressure strap on my arm ( this is the wide strap they out on you that tightens up) which anyone could tell you that this would force the blood down. So in the middle of the blood pressure reading she took the I.v out and it sprayed blood everywhere. This got on my cloths, sheets, my face, and her cloths. She wouldn’t even had noticed it either if i hadn’t said anything. So has you can tell I will never come back here. The whole experience took way to long and the atmosphere was terrible! All the employees acted like I was a rag doll and got mad because I couldn’t move with my shoulder being in severe pain. I’m definitely sticking to the friendly and fast passed environment of oshner. They know how to run a ER.mary mcnabb Waited once 4 hours.

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◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of Walker?

Yes, of course. The Our Lady of the Lake Livingston is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Our Lady of the Lake Livingston is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Our Lady of the Lake Livingston in Walker

The full address is 5000 O'Donovan Blvd, Walker, LA 70785, United States.

◼️ What’s Our Lady of the Lake Livingston phone number?

The phone number of Our Lady of the Lake Livingston is +1 225-271-6000. You can click here to call now from your phone.

◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?

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