Ochsner Baton Rouge announced a partnership with Impact Network, a critical care, intensivist, and hospital medicine physician group. The agreement provides additional physician and advanced practice provider support exclusively at Ochsner Medical Center – Baton Rouge and Ochsner Medical Complex – The Grove.
Impact Network is a group of 20 providers, including 12 board-certified physicians and eight additional advanced practitioners. They specialize in treating hospitalized patients in both medical and intensive care settings, as well as caring for patients recovering from surgery.
“The Impact group brings an incredible skill set to our patients,” stated Chuck Daigle, CEO, Ochsner Baton Rouge. “Led by Dr. Pirzadah, these physicians bring a wealth of experience in multiple specialties with many credentials and certifications. In joining our growing 400-plus member provider team in Baton Rouge, this group further compliments the exemplary care provided by Ochsner Health in our community.
“I welcome all the Impact physicians and providers to Ochsner. They see our momentum and vision for the future, and we are excited for these talented professionals to join us.”
As part of Impact Network, Mohammed Pirzadah, MD, will serve as the Ochsner Baton Rouge medical director of hospital medicine and critical care. He is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease and critical care.
Robyn Boedefeld, MD, a board-certified physician in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, critical care, sleep medicine, and neuro critical care, will lead Ochsner’s existing team of stroke experts.
Brad Vincent, MD, a specialist in advanced robotic bronchoscopy, will add to Ochsner’s expertise with pulmonary screening and lung cancer detection.
David Campbell, MD, is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, and critical care.