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How Do I Get an Appointment?

Getting Started With an Appointment

New Orleans Children's Health Project is currently accepting new clients in the surrounding Greater New Orleans Area. While we accept walk-in clients, we strongly recommend scheduling an appointment to guarantee we can treat your child.

What Information is Required?

Schedule an Appointment Online

Contact Us Direct

Main Medical Line: 504.988.0545
Email: appointments@nochp.org

Healthy Kids Are Happy Kids


NOCHP Mission Statement

To improve the health of under-served children, families, and communities in the Greater New Orleans area by providing guaranteed access to pediatric primary care & behavioral health and through innovative approaches to prevention, advocacy, education, and research.
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Comprehensive Health Services


About NOCHP Services

New Orleans Children's Health Project (NOCHP) is proud to offer a comprehensive list of health, mental and medical services to an increasing amount of New Orleans' under-served communities. Our mobile care unit makes regular stops Monday through Friday providing care and counseling services to children and families.


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