Shreveport-Bossier Health System

CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier is a Catholic, nonprofit system owned and operated by CHRISTUS Health, Dallas, Texas. We've provided high-quality, cost-effective care since 1894.

The CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier staff includes more than 600 physicians, 1,800 employees, and 200 volunteers. Our areas of specialty include cardiovascular services, oncology, orthopedic and neurological services, primary care medicine, surgical services, and women's and children's services.

CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier continues its long, proud tradition of providing the community and surrounding areas with the latest state-of-the-art technology combined with the best possible hands-on care.

For more than 100 years, CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier and the Sisters of Charity have been committed to meeting the unanswered needs of the communities they serve. CHRISTUS Health's strong commitment to mission work and community service is evident in all its work.

CHRISTUS Highland Medical Center
1453 E. Bert Kouns Industrial Loop
Shreveport, Louisiana

CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier welcomes patients with disabilities. Our practice is in compliance with applicable state and federal requirements. For our patients who are deaf or hard of hearing, we will provide auxiliary aids, including its best efforts to provide qualified sign language interpreter services when requested to do so. The patient shall not be charged for the cost of this service.



Charlotte's Story

Charlotte, a 66-year-old retired chief nursing officer from Bossier City, fell during a visit to San Francisco and injured her left shoulder. After a few months, the pain in her arm started affecting her daily activities.

Craig's Story

The CHRISTUS Cancer Center detected local firefighter Craig Bond’s lymphoma before it could spread.
Picture of Craig in front of a fire truck

Mind Over Matter

For 57-year old Shreveport retiree Don Bloxom, reclaiming his life after a cardiac scare had as much to do with his head as his heart.
picture of don

Morgan's Story

Last winter, while pregnant with her third child, 26-year-old stay-at-home mother Morgan Faulk developed severe sciatica.