New to the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic? You’ll find the essentials for setting up your first appointment below. Be sure to check out our Frequently Asked Questions section for even more information.
Setting up an Appointment
First time patients please contact Megan McStravick, NOMC Patient Services Coordinator to schedule an appointment:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 504-452-5870 (work cell) | 504-412-1366 (LSUHN)
What to bring to your first appointment
- Valid Identification
- $10 co-pay
To help us determine your eligibility for Sliding Scale Fees, we need documentation of your Household Income.
You will need to provide two of the following documents:
- Recent Tax Return
- Recording Royalty Statement
- 1099 Form
- W-2 form
- Most recent pay check stub
- Notarized letter from your bandleader, club owner or manager/agent or employer.
If you do have health insurance, you will need that information as well. More than 90% of our musician patients don’t have health insurance.
Where to go
The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic is located at: 3700 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70115. The NOMC is housed inside the LSU HCN building on the second floor.
NOMC Patient Eligibility
We offer occupational and comprehensive health services to all who work in the cultural community of New Orleans (musicians, vocalists, music tradition bearers, Mardi Gras Indians, music club workers, dancers, etc.) and their household members over the age of 19. We accept medical insurance, though those without it will be treated regardless of their ability to pay. For those with insurance, but a high deductible we offer our full range of medical services on a sliding scale fee and low-cost prescriptions.