From new cancer centers to clinical trials, 2014 was a year of medical
advancement throughout Acadiana. We’ve rounded up some of the year’s
biggest moments in health care that run the gamut from the tiniest
patient to those in congestive heart failure.
Over the years, Lafayette General Medical Center has been working to establish itself as a world-class medical treatment center by placing an emphasis on improving medical education, and now it is taking the next step by participating in clinical...
Program for Allinclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE, caters to
low-income seniors living in the community to provide a central location
for delivery of their health care in a more social, adult day-care
River Oaks Catering and Event Center is a full-service catering company with six on-site event rooms able to accommodate almost any size event. River Oaks' on-site venues are suitable for small intimate bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, cocktail parties, ceremonies, wedding receptions, and large corporate events.
An ongoing legal battle between the developers of Ambassador Town Center and a group of wealthy landowners appears to stem directly from a Louisiana tax law loophole that can be exploited — if you know the game and how to play it.
Roya Boustany, an assistant district attorney with the 15th JDC district attorney’s office; George D. “Dave” Ernest III, an attorney with Hurlburt, Monroe & Ernest in Lafayette; and Bernard N. Marcantel and David E. Marcantel, attorneys with Marcantel, Marcantel, Wall & Pfeiffer in Jennings, have been named fellows of the Louisiana Bar Foundation.
Lafayette-based advertising agency BBR won eight American Advertising Awards, including six Gold awards and two Silver awards, presented by Lafayette’s American Advertising Federation chapter, AAF Acadiana. Additionally, three individual achievements were awarded to BBR employees: