Dung N. Le, M.D. , Family Practice

Educational Information: Graduated from LSU School of Medicine in 1989. Residency at E.A. Conway Hospital, Monroe, LA., 1988-1989. Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff Arkansas, 1990-1992. Current practice: Delhi Rural Health Clinic/Delhi Hospital, Delhi, LA. Board certified in family practice since 1989.


Take a Tour of our Sleep Center!!

A New Year- Wake Up a New You!

Do you start everyday with a snooze of the alarm and one too many cups of coffee?  Do you always feel tired and unable to focus?  You may actually have a sleep disorder that is preventing your body from getting the rest it needs.  Our sleep experts can help turn your sleepless nights around!!  Our recently opened sleep center gives you access to close-to-home sleep studies and sleep disorder treatments.  Call (318) 878-6382 to schedule your appointment today!

Flatten The Curve


 

"Seriously, yall need to wash your hands." 

Life in Louisiana has changed dramatically over the past few weeks as COVID-19, more commonly called coronavirus, entered our state. Experts are continuing to learn more about this highly contagious virus-how it spreads, how it can be treated and, eventually how to create a vaccine to protect against it.  

It's also an enormously important reason for everyone to be washing their hands properly, thoroughly and frequently.You could be exposed to the virus without even knowing it- and, thereby, unknowingly spreading it as well. 

Click here to read an article from the Louisiana Department of Health and to watch a video on how to see germs spread. 





Delhi Community of Hope


In partnership with DCHC Behavioral Health Services, the Delhi Community of Hope's mission is to create local solutions to the national opioid and substance abuse crisis through community involvement, education, and compassion. To learn more about how you can become part of the #IAmHere movement, visit us on Facebook or contact Kisha Davis at 318-878-6134. 

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Social Distancing

Social Distancing is a public health practice that aims to prevent sick people from coming into close contact with healthy people in order to reduce opportunities for disease transmission. With COVID-19, the goal of social distancing is to slow down the outbreak to reduce the chance of infection among high-risk populations and to reduce the burden on our health care system and workers. Experts call this "flattening the curve" - successful social distancing can prevent surges in illness that could overwhelm our health care systems. Louisiana residents are asked to come together and do their part to slow the spread of Coronavirus, flatten the curve, and help keep everyone safe. Social Distancing Examples


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CORONAVIRUS & YOU

Delhi Hospital & Rural Health Clinic strives to provide the best care possible to our patients while protecting our staff and community from transmission of infectious diseases. If you develop symptoms commonly seen with colds and flu such as cough and low grade fever, but you are otherwise doing well, it is best to stay home and treat your symptoms yourself. Stay at least 6 feet away from others for at least two weeks. If you live with someone over 50 years old, stay in separate rooms to prevent virus transmission. If you are ill and become short of breath, call your healthcare provider at 318-878-3737 BEFORE coming to the clinic. In the meantime, cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and throw the tissue away immediately. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use a 60% or higher alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Clean high touch surfaces such as doorknobs, tabletops, phones, and tablets regularly with a disinfectant. Avoid touching your face. Avoid close contact with people and crowds. Remember: Call DELHI RURAL HEALTH CLINIC prior to coming in to get directions on where to go. Please wear a mask to the clinic or emergency department if you have one available.

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How To Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands is one of the best things you can do to stay healthy. Clean hands help stop germs from spreading to others.

What You Need to Know About Handwashing 
More Handwashing Tips
 

How to Wash Your Hands  
  1. Wet your hands with cool or warm water 
  2. Add soap to your hands 
  3. Rub your hands together and count to 20 
  4. Rinse the soap from your hands 
  5. Dry your hands using a CLEAN cloth, paper towel, and air dry

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