Conveniently located immediately off I-20 in Rayville, LA, the parish seat, Richardson Medical Center (RMC) has offered quality healthcare for Northeast LA for over 40 years. The hospital is a 38-bed, acute-care facility employing 200 part-time/full-time area residents. RMC features full-service acute care with state-of-the-art technology.
• 24-7 Emergency Department
• On-site heliport for emergency transport
• Intensive Care Unit
• 24 hour fully-equipped laboratory open 365 days a year
• Cutting-edge ultrasound equipment including GE “Vivid I” portable laptop
• Inpatient and outpatient cardiac catheterization
• 16 slice CT Scanning
• Open MRI
To further service the community, RMC owns and operates Northeast LA Rural Health Care Clinic which offers KIDMED. Richardson Medical Center School-Based Clinic services the needs of area students.
Richardson Medical Center provides a large number of surgical procedures. RMC's General Surgeon, Dr. Addison Thompson, was selected as a member of the prestigious ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA Honor Medical Society and previously served as Chief Surgical Resident at LSU Medical Center in New Orleans. Gynecological surgical procedures are performed under the leadership of GYN/Surgeon, Dr. David Dunn. Also specializing in women's health is Tara Maybery, NP
RMC has 14 physicians on staff representing the specialties of Radiology, Cardiology, Gynecology, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Opthamology, General Surgery, Gastroenterology and Hospital Medicine (Hospitalist). In addition, 7 Nurse Practitioners are on staff throughout the RMC affiliates.
Serving Richland Parish and the surrounding area, RMC offers many different services not usually offered at a rural hospital. Our goal is to offer state-of-the-art care you need, with the feeling of home you deserve.
*Richardson Medical Center was recently recognized by the American Hospital Association as being a high performing hospital for having attained a 20 percent reduction in readmissions.
*Richardson Medical Center has the lowest infection rate in Northeast Louisiana.
*Approved for a Tele-communications grant.
*Approved for a grant to build a new School Base Clinic.
*Approved to build a new Rural Health Clinic on the hospital campus that will facilitate 7 providers and 30 exam rooms.