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Ochsner St. Anne Hospital is centrally and conveniently located near the intersection of US Highway 90 and Louisiana Highway 1 in Raceland, Louisiana.
From New Orleans, Luling and points north - travel southbound on Hwy 90, exiting at the Raceland/Hwy 1 exit, following the exit ramp to it''s intersection with Hwy 1. Turn right onto Hwy 1 and head East approximately 1/2 mile. Ochsner St. Anne Hospital will be on your right at the first traffic light (Twin Oaks Drive)
From Houma/Morgan City traveling northbound on Hwy 90, exit at the Raceland/Hwy 1 exit and continue on the exit ramp to its intersection with Hwy 1. Turn right onto Hwy 1 and Ochsner St. Anne will be approximately 1/3 mile on the right at the intersection of Hwy 1 and Twin Oaks Drive.
From Thibodaux and Raceland traveling on Hwy 1 and headed east, continue on Hwy 1 passing under the Hwy 90 overpass. Continue on Hwy 1 for approximately 1/2 mile to Twin Oaks Drive. Ochsner St. Anne Hospital will be on the right at this intersection.
From Grand Isle, Galiano and Lockport, traveling on Hwy 1 westbound, continue on Hwy 1 through Mathews, continuing past Central Lafourche High School on the left. Staying on Hwy 1 for approximately 3/4 of a mile, Ochsner St. Anne Hospital will be on your left at the intersection of Twin Oaks Drive and Hwy 1.
Visiting family and friends can do a great deal in helping a patient in their recovery. We do ask that our visitors abide by certain policies all aimed at maximizing the benefit of our care to our patients.
Ochsner St. Anne is a non-smoking facility, including our hospital and clinics. We ask that you refrain from using tobacco products of any type while on the hospital or clinic campuses.
We welcome visitors. However, please know that in certain areas, we must restrict the number of visitors and in some cases, the age of our visitors. Our Critical Care Unit, while open to visitors, does not permit overnight stays by family member nor regular visitations by children under 12 years of age. Our Behavioral Health Unit allows visitors from 6-9pm on weekdays but visitation is only allowed with the presentation of the proper patient code given at the time of admission. We will do our best to accommodate family member who wish to stay overnight with their family member in our medical-surgical rooms. Please ask at the nurses’ station for information and restrictions. Please assist us in minimizing any loud conversations in our hospital corridors so as to not distract our patients from their rest and recovery. Your help in creating a peaceful environment is greatly appreciated.