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An appointment request can be made online. We will confirm your appointment by e-mail or telephone. Please send your request at least 48 hours before your desired appointment time.

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Hardtner Medical Center began from the efforts of the citizens of the Olla, Tullos and Urania areas. These citizens saw a need for a modern hospital to serve the area and formed the Hospital Service District #1 of the Parish of LaSalle, State of Louisiana located in Ward 2 of said Parish. The petition to create the district was presented to the Policy Jury on May 3, 1966. The hospital was built in 1969.

Medical Services

Emergency room services are available on a 24-hour per day, seven-day per week basis. Call 318-495-3131

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Hardtner Welcomes Dr. William Ellis

February 18, 2019


Hardtner Medical Center is pleased to add yet another healthcare service for our citizens to remain healthy. Beginning January, 2019, Dr. William Ellis, Board Certified Anesthesiologist will see patients and perform pain-relieving injections at Hardtner Surgery Center.

Interventional pain management is a healthy alternative to addictive pain medications and while only a temporary relief (3-12 months on average), can help relieve pain enough in order to assist the body in restoring and healing through exercise and therapy that might otherwise not be tolerable. If pain returns after a certain amount of time repeat treatments can be performed.

Those in pain are often searching for relief that will allow a return to normal daily living and working. This type of procedure may be the answer.

Please note that Dr. Ellis does NOT manage pain medications and this is not a pain management program. There will be no prescriptions given for pain relieving drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, Ph. 318-495-3880.