Who owns Terrebonne General Medical Center?

TGMC has not collected local tax money for at least three decades, receiving all of its revenue from patients, including both public and private insurance programs. But it is owned by the people of Terrebonne, and that is why public-disclosure laws like the one TGMC disputed apply.

What is Terrebonne General new name?

Terrebonne General Health System
After 30 years as Terrebonne General Medical Center, we’re changing our name to Terrebonne General Health System. We’ve been TGMC since 1985, and we’re proud of what the name represents to the Houma region. But our role has evolved, and the term “medical center” no longer accurately reflects what we do.

Is Terrebonne General Ochsner?

As a member of the Ochsner Health Network and the governing board who oversees Chabert Medical Center, Terrebonne General is part of an alliance of healthcare-focused entities across the greater Gulf South region.

When was Terrebonne General Hospital built?

When Terrebonne General first opened its doors in 1954, the hospital had 76 beds and fewer than 80 people on staff. Today, we have grown into a 321-bed, nationally recognized, award-winning facility with more than 1,500 employees and 450 medical staff providers—the largest community hospital in the Tri-Parish region.

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What does the name Houma mean?

Houma was named after the Native American tribe who settled here, the Houmas Indians. The word houma or ouma means “red” in the tribe’s language, which referred to the sun or possibly to their war emblem, the crawfish.

Where did Houma Indians come from?

The Houma (/ˈhoʊmə/) are a historic Native American people of Louisiana on the east side of the Red River of the South. Their descendants, the Houma people or organization “The United Houma Nation”, have been recognized by the state as a tribe since 1972, but are not recognized by the federal government.

Where did the name Terrebonne come from?

Terrebonne Name Meaning Apparently a French topographic name, from terre ‘land’ + bonne ‘good’.