Family Nurse Practitioner

Michele has been practicing as a Family Nurse Practitioner since graduating from Loyola University New Orleans in 2011. Additionally, she graduated from Charity School of Nursing in 1997 as well as Xavier University in 1992. She has practiced as a registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Cardiac Catheterization Lab RN3 at University Hospital. She has enjoyed working in Primary Care, Nephrology, Retail Health Care, Urgent Care and Rural Health.  She is excited about embracing the field of Addiction Medicine,  Behavior Health and serving the underserved population. 


Family Nurse Practitioner 

Joella recently graduated the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady University in Baton Rouge. She has practiced as a Registered Nurse at Our Lady of the Lake Emergency Department since 2016. She looks forward to serving the community in need.

Family Nurse Practitioner 

Lana graduated the Family Nurse Practitioner Program from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana in 2019. She has practiced in urgent care, retail health care and assisted with the COVID-19 response in New York. She began her Nursing career as a registered nurse at Charity Hospital in 2004 in the Emergency Department and continued her RN career in the emergency department with UMC. 

Family Nurse Practitioner 

Trish received her master’s degree from Herzing University in 2019. She has worked in Urgent Care and the New Orleans Public School system.  She began her nursing career, as a registered nurse, in 2002.

...and many more staff members are ready to serve you, including MAs, PCC, NPs, MDs, Psych, and administrative!

Clinic Practice Manager
Helena leads various initatives centered on addressing and alleviating health issues impacting our most marginalized communities. She had led the expansion of OHL's HIV and Hep C Testing and Treatment efforts, Syringe Acces Program, Naloxone Access Program, developed a robust outreach department, and ensure our departments are providing quality nonjudemental care to our communities.  Helena is an Albanian refugee dedicated to empowering, equipping, and educating communities when it comes to healthcare. Ms. Likaj received her Masters in Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and has years of experience developing unique programs designed to increase access to quality health care and prevention of illnesses. Helena’s experience includes working with Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Tulane University, and APEX Youth Center.