Who We Are…
With over 19 locations in the Baton Rouge and surrounding areas, Lake Urgent Care/Lake After Hours clinics are almost always near your home or office. And as a seamless extension of the exceptional “family of care” at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, you know you’re getting top-of-the-line care. Our Physicians, Advanced Practice Clinicians, and support teams are committed to medical excellence.
We’ve got more than 20 years experience serving this communities healthcare needs. You might have come here as a child when you were sick, and our doctors are more than happy to help your own children now. Take advantage of paperless check-in—meaning you can register and fill out your paperwork online from home or your mobile device. We’re also here to coordinate follow-up appointments with primary care physicians and specialists when you need them.
Our Mission: We will provide an excellent patient care experience by delivering convenient, quality health care in a setting that is compassionate, safe and radically consumer-centric.
When it’s not quite an emergency, choose urgent care!
- Experienced medical staff with emergency and primary care backgrounds
- Costs less than the ER
- Shorter wait times
- Convenient weekday and weekend hours
- Accepts most major insurance
- Self-pay option available
- Kid-friendly clinics
- Free WIFI
Lake Urgent Care/Lake After Hours means business. Each urgent care offers area employers an array of near-site occupational health options. Services range from the treatment of workplace injuries and DOT/Non-DOT physicals to a wide variety of testing options and immunizations. To learn more about our commitment to meeting your occupational health needs, visit the employer health page on our web site.
Part of a Trusted Tradition
Lake Urgent Care/Lake After Hours is accredited and certified by the Urgent Care Association (UCA) the industry’s trade association. UCA defines urgent care as “healthcare provided on a walk-in (no appointment) basis for acute illness or injury that is not life or limb threatening, and is either beyond the scope or availability of the typical primary care practice or retail clinic.”