st tammany hospital patient portal

by Marisa Harvey 7 min read

How do I add St Tammany health system to MyChart?

Let the app know you’re a St. Tammany Health System patient. After downloading the MyChart app, you must identify and add your healthcare organization by using the “Provider” button in the top right corner. Next, select the “+” icon and type “St. Tammany” in the search box. Finally, select “St. Tammany Health System” as your provider.

Why choose St Tammany Community Health Center Slidell?

Our mission is simple: to improve the health of the people we serve. The St. Tammany Community Health Center in Slidell services one of the fastest growing parishes in the state of Louisiana – St. Tammany Parish. This Northshore location is conveniently located on Robert Boulevard off Gause Boulevard in the heart of Slidell.

Why Ochsner Health and St Tammany health?

Since joining forces, Ochsner Health and St. Tammany Health System have taken many steps to provide more high-quality specialty coverage to residents of western St. Tammany Parish.


Billing and financial services

We know that navigating the world of healthcare billing can be complicated. But just as we’re dedicated to ensuring you get compassionate, world-class healthcare, we’re also committed to providing you with assistance to help shepherd you through the billing process. Click the button below to learn more.

Patient resources

Useful information for patients and visitors to St. Tammany Health System

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