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National Hansen's Disease Programs

Year Established:
1894
Website:
hrsa.gov/hansensdisease
Company Type:
Small Business (1-10M TTM Revenue)

The National Hansen’s Disease Program is the epicenter of Hansen’s disease (leprosy) care, research and information in the U.S.

Cares for patients at its facility at the Ochsner Medical Center in Baton Rouge.
Oversees an ambulatory care network with clinics throughout the United States and Puerto Rico and makes referrals for treatment.
Consults with private sector physicians and accepts referrals for patients with Hansen’s disease (leprosy)-related complications.
Advances treatment and educates medical professionals about Hansen’s disease (leprosy).
Conducts research intramural Hansen’s disease (leprosy) biomedical research.
Reaches out to medical professionals with a comprehensive Hansen’s disease (leprosy) training program.
The U.S. Government established the predecessor of the National Hansen’s Disease (Leprosy) Program, the National Leprosarium in Carville, Louisiana, in 1917. Outpatient clinics were established in 1981.

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National Hansen's Disease Programs
1770 Physicians Park Drive Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 United States

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