Memorial Doctors Named Top Performers in the State

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana recognized 20 of Memorial Medical Group primary care physicians as being top performers in the State of Louisiana at their annual provider collaborative in November, 2018. There are nearly 800 Louisiana physicians who participate in the Quality Blue Primary Care program. The program focuses on managing the care of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana’s members with hypertension, diabetes, ischemic vascular disease and chronic kidney disease.

Family Medicine Specialist Gerald Mouton, MD was recognized as one of only three physicians in the state who are top performers in all four disease suites.

Congratulations to our physicians:

  • Bryan Barootes (Hypertension, Diabetes)
  • Louise Becnel (Hypertension)
  • Craig Broussard (Hypertension)
  • Brian Clements (Hypertension)
  • Brian Gamborg (Hypertension)
  • Stewart Greathouse (Hypertension)
  • Ashley Greenman (Hypertension)
  • Edward Hebert (Hypertension)
  • William Hebert (Hypertension)
  • Susan Ieyoub (Hypertension)
  • Percival Kane (Hypertension)
  • Mark Lafuria (Hypertension)
  • Jason Langhofer (Hypertension, Kidney Disease)
  • Alan Lebato (Hypertension)
  • Micah Leleux (Hypertension)
  • Ronald Lewis (Hypertension)
  • Gerald Mouton (Hypertension, Diabetes, Vascular Disease, Kidney Disease)
  • Tuananh Pham (Diabetes)
  • Cristian Romero (Diabetes)
  • Michael Seep (Hypertension, Vascular Disease)

BCBSLA members that participate in the Quality Blue Primary Care program can see Memorial Medical Group Primary Care Physicians for reduced or even zero copayment depending on their individual policies. These PCPs, aligned with our specialists and hospital services, provide all the care your family needs from early prevention to complex care when needed most.

Memorial Medical Group is aligned with other top performing providers across southern Louisiana as a member of Gulf South Quality Network. Working together and committed to medical innovation and continuously improving the service of care and overall health of our patients.