Medical Services provided by the NOMC & as the LSU Healthcare Network.
The NOMC provides reliable, patient-centered medical care to more than 2,500 local culture bearers at our full-time clinic on St. Charles Ave. This includes comprehensive medical care, disease management, eletronic medical records, labs and screenings, and more.
We may also provide our patients with referrals to specialists within the LSU Healthcare Network, outside specialty providers, discounted pharmacy benefits, patient assistance programs, lab work and more to qualifying performers.
Referrals may be obtained by becoming a Muicians’ Clinic patient.
To become a patient and/or schedule an appointment, please call (504) 415-3514
- Patient Information
- Contact & Location
- Health Coverage
- Health Topics
- History of the New Orleans Musicians Clinic (PDF)
In addition to our medical clinic, the New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation (NOMAF) provides community wellness and advocates for local performers. Learn more.
A performer’s body is an instrument! We keep them in tune.
Contact & Location
New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic
Clinic Phone # For Appointments: (504) 415-3514
Clinic Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
3700 St. Charles Ave, Second Floor
New Orleans, LA 70115
The Musicians’ Clinic is not open on Saturday or Sunday and does not provide emergency medical care. In the case of an emergency, please DIAL 911 or proceed to the nearest hospital.
New Orleans Musicians’ Assistance Foundation – Administrative Office
1525 Louisiana Ave
New Orleans, LA 70115
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The NOMC Model
Keeping New Orleans Music Alive Since 1998.
How It Works
The Musicians’ Clinic is housed within the LSU Healthcare Network. Patients see a family nurse practitioner for primary healthcare that can refer patients to more than 16 specialty departments and many additional healthcare providers. NOMC serves any patient 19+ regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. We are located in the LSU Health building on St. Charles Avenue.
Why The NOMC?
We understand that musicians and performers have health care needs that are both the same and unique as others. We also know that insurance and healthcare can be intimidating. Our culturally-sensitive approach works within our community network to ensure you have the care you need – whether you’re managing a chronic disease, not feeling well, or just want to speak to a medical professional who understands.
Overview of Services
Phase One dental services are intended to return patients to a disease free state of oral health.
Mental Health Counseling
We partner with various medical schools, several private counselors, and NAMI New Orleans to provide mental health services to our members.
From repetitive stress injuries to accidents, NOMC is constantly addressing the needs of our members by referring them to partnering Physical Therapy providers.
Prescription medications issued by NOMC medical professionals are available at an affordable cost through the Daughters of Charity Health Center and other available resources.
We partner with Daughters of Charity Optometry to provide discounted services to our members.
Thanks to a generous donor, musicians with performance related pain can obtain a low cost referral for Feldenkrais® in New Orleans. More info on the Feldenkrais® method.
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Specialized Alternative Therapies for New Orleans Cultural Workers and the Creative Community
Through several grants NOMAF has received, some of our NOMC medical staff have been trained in Auricular Acupuncture Detoxification Treatments- ear acupuncture- which is offered free of charge weekly at St. Anna’s on Esplanade Avenue ( 504 947-2121).
The National Acupuncture Detoxification Assocation auricular acupuncture protocol is used around the world to help people deal with stress and addictions. The NADA protocol has been shown to be beneficial in the process of detoxification to help eleviate depression, sleep problems, and the other symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder.