New Orleans Urologist Now Offering Same And Next-day Appointments

New Orleans Urologist Now Offering Same And Next-day Appointments
NEW ORLEANS, LA- Dr. Neil Baum, a well-known urologist in New Orleans, is pleased to announce that his practice is now offering same and next-day appointments. Whether patients are coming in for a routine visit or have health concerns that require immediate attention, Dr. Baum is providing same and next-day attention that is convenient for his patients’ schedules.

“A patient’s care should never be put on hold because they can’t get in to see the doctor. Our practice makes it as easy as possible to get the care you need, when you need it. Simply call or email requesting a same-day or next-day appointment, and we’ll work around your schedule to bring you urological care at your convenience, “said Dr. Neil Baum, New Orleans urologist.

Dr. Neil Baum is a nationally recognized author, speaker and urologist in New Orleans and has been in private practice in New Orleans for over 30 years. He offers care for a full array of urologic conditions including minimally invasive-in office procedures and treatment for urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, kidney stones, male infertility, prostate inflammation and male sterilization in New Orleans. His research interests focus on treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), overactive bladder (OAB) and lower urinary tract infections.

As patients navigate through the website for this New Orleans urologist, they will find a wealth of information about urological symptoms, treatments and technology. Additionally, patients have easy access to valuable practice information, including new patient forms, online appointment requesting, service descriptions, doctor bios and directions to the office. Whether a patient needs directions to the office or information about a treatment, such as a vasectomy in New Orleans, all of these resources are conveniently available with the click of a mouse.

Patients searching for an experienced urologist in New Orleans and the same-day convenience when scheduling appointments turn to Dr. Baum and his professional, caring staff for all of their urology needs.

To make an appointment today, call 504-891-8454 or visit www.neilbaum[dot]com.

About Neil Baum M.D.: Dr. Neil Baum is a nationally recognized urologist in New Orleans and has been in the private practice of urology in New Orleans, LA, since 1978. He offers state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of many urologic conditions including male sterilization, BPH treatment, male infertility and benign prostate enlargement in New Orleans. Dr. Baum frequently shares his extensive experience in urology by contributing regularly to the medical press and speaking at numerous medical meetings, practices and hospitals. Dr. Baum is also a member of numerous associations such as the American Urological Association, the American Fertility Society and the Louisiana State Medical Society.

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3525 Prytania St, Suite 614

New Orleans, LA 70115



Dr. Neil Baum is a nationally recognized urologist in New Orleans and has been in the private practice of urology in New Orleans, LA, since 1978. He offers state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment of many urologic conditions including male sterilization, BPH treatment, male infertility and benign prostate enlargement in New Orleans.

Screenwriter of ?ER? and ?The Wire? David Mills Dies in New Orleans

Screenwriter of ?ER? and ?The Wire? David Mills Dies in New Orleans

HBO spokesman Diego Aldana said Wednesday that veteran television writer David Mills who won award for his series “The Wire” and “ER” passed away Tuesday night in New Orleans at the age of 48. He died after collapsing on the set of his latest production.


According to a statement of doctors at Tulane Medical Center, Mills died of a brain aneurism from his latest series “Treme”. Mills was stricken and hospitalized while he was filming a scene at Cafe du Monde in the French Quarter for his HBO series. The statement said that he died in an unconscious state.


According to co-executive producer David Simon, Mills was such a talented man who loved arguing ideas. The reason was because Mill thought an argument would help bring about smarter and deeper ideas. However, Mills’ argument did not go in any angry or mean-spirited way. Simon said that Mills and he first met each other at the newsroom of their college newspaper.


HBO released a statement about Mills’ abrupt death and said that the death made people in the network including his dear friends and colleague sad and regrettable.


According to Wendell Pierce who acted as detective Wiiliam “Bunk” Moreland in “The Wire” and a musician in “Treme”, Mills collapsed Tuesday while he was talking.  Though medics rushed to the scene, Mills was not saved. Pierce described Mills as a gracious and a humble man. “The Wire” actor said that though Mills at such a young age but what he had done will always be remembered. Pierce add that Millls was one of the most talented people working in TV.


Treme is an upcoming American drama television series created by David Simon and Eric Overmyer. The series is scheduled to premiere April 11, 2010, on HBO. The series is named after the Creole neighborhood known for its rich musical history.


Before working as a screenwriter, David Mills had been a reporter for the Washington Post. Some of his works included “ER”, “The Wire”, “The Corner,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “NYPD Blue” and short-lived NBC miniseries “Kingpin”.

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Travel Advice – Planning Your Trip To New Orleans

Travel Advice – Planning Your Trip To New Orleans
If your plan is to take your holidays to New Orleans it’s a good idea to plan a head of time and to go with an attitude that is in the mood for fun. New Orleans is probably one of the best places to travel to in the entire Continental United States. This is a city of proud citizens that have risen above the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and have open arms to the millions of people who come to visit them every year. Going to New Orleans can be one of the greatest experiences of a lifetime.

The first thing you should do is to sit down and figure out when you want to visit this great city. Remember that the weather in the Fall, Spring and Winter months are the mildest and it’s the middle of summer when it’s extremely hot and humid. You also might want to consider crowds, if you really aren’t much for huge crowds then you definitely want to avoid Mardi Gras and the April Jazz Fest.

Next thing you want to figure out is how are you going to get there and what does your budget allow? You can get there by every mode of transportation available from car to even a cruise liner. There are about 14 different airlines that will take you there with Southwest probably being the least expensive of them all. You can easily book your flight online and it is generally discounted when you purchase your tickets this way.

After you have figured out a time to go and how you are going to get there you will now need to figure out where you are going to stay for your visit. If you want easy access to the Mississippi River and all the great sites to see within the city, you are going to want to reserve a room in one of the many different hotels that are located in the French Quarter. Check with the Chamber of Commerce or their Visitor’s Center for a list of the many different hotels that are available, many of which have their own websites that allow you to reserve right online.

Once you get to New Orleans you will be overwhelmed at all there is to do, see, taste and experience, a lot of which are free. There are many parks that are free, several different museums in the area that are free, listening to music as you experience the French Quarter is another free attraction especially if you use one of their free audio tours.

Other attractions that are not too costly are taking a tour of one or more of the incredible plantations that are all within a short driving distance of town. The most famous being the Oak Alley Plantation, we all know that one from “Gone With The Wind” and many other movies focused on the South.

You can also take tours such as voodoo tours, a variety of different historical tours, swamp and bayou tours a long with tours of the famous cemeteries that you often see in a variety of different movies that have been filmed in New Orleans.

Don’t forget the Garden District. You can take a trolley to this part of the town and visit many of the different historical homes including the home where Interview with a Vampire was filmed and even the home of Anne Rice.

You can even become what they call a voluntourist and that is someone that comes to New Orleans and wants to help the areas that still need help due to Katrina. Tourists can go to the Visitor’s Center or Chamber of Commerce to get information about how to sign up to volunteer a few hours of their time while they are on vacation.

And don’t forget to get your beignet fix. Although there are many, many places that serve the famous beignet, there is no better place to get it than the original at the Cafe du Monde. Word of warning though, never wear black when you go out to Cafe du Monde, you’ll be sorry.

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The count: New Orleans settles with 17 plaintiffs over NOPD civil rights violations and killings

The settlement reached between the City of New Orleans and 17 plaintiffs who sued the city following the deaths of family members at the hands of the New Orleans Police Department following Hurricane Katrina In an emotional address Dec. 19, New Orleans …
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