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The KPC Promise Patient Experience

From visiting our website and making an appointment, to the care you receive at KPC Promise Hospital of Baton Rouge, your experience is of the utmost importance to us.

We work at every level to ensure you receive quality, timely care with respect and compassion every step of the way.

At KPC Promise Hospital of Baton Rouge, we understand that no two patients are exactly alike. Our professionally trained staff works together across disciplines to create an individualized patient experience and provide the best possible care that caters to each patient’s unique needs.




You must be 18 years of age or above only to visit our facility.  Visitation will be limited during the COVID -19 pandemic and there may be times that visitation will be placed on hold.

New Beginnings Start In Great Health


KPC Promise of Baton Rouge is a specialized hospital dedicated to patients who require additional care during recovery.

Our 54-bed hospital offers a small communal atmosphere with private rooms and focuses on recovery while providing each patient with the highest caliber of healthcare services.

We want every patient we meet to experience our Expert Care, Trusted by Physicians and Families. We accept most insurance, Medicare and Medicaid policies. To arrange a tour or if you have any questions, contact our Admissions Office at (225)490-9650.

Insurance Accepted

The above health insurance plans are just a few of the many companies with which KPC Promise Hospital of Baton Rouge contracts.

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Featured News

Riverside County health officials are now recommending residents cover their nose and mouth when leaving their homes for essential travel during the coronavirus outbreak. Riverside County officials aren’t the only ones considering asking individuals to wear masks outside of the home. CDC guidelines could soon change for other areas of the country as well, asking more people to wear fabric masks when they are leaving the house. “The thinking behind that is really to reduce transmission,” said Dr. Sumanta Chaudhuri, Chief Medical Officer at Orange County Global Medical Center.

“[The mask] may or may not have some protection does not have COVID-19, but it certainly is a good idea if the wearer has asymptomatic COVID-19.” However, Chaudhuri advised against purchasing N95 or medical grade masks, because healthcare workers desperately need them.

Riverside County health officials also reminded residents they should only leave the home for doctor appointments, grocery shopping or pharmacy visits. Frequent hand washing, social distancing and staying home are the best ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19.