HOPE Recovery Clinic was established in 2020. We felt there was a need in the Shreveport/Bossier area for an opioid addiction clinic with a whole-patient focused philosophy. HOPE Recovery Clinic promises you to be treated with respect, empathy, and integrity. You will receive the best quality of care and bedside manner.
We provide medication-assisted treatment, counseling, and case management to help with socioeconomic stability.
Jaya is a board-certified family physician who has practiced inpatient hospital medicine for over a decade. She attended LSU Medicine in Shreveport for medical school and completed her residency at LSU Family Medicine. She currently serves as HOPE's Medical Director. Jaya loves working at HOPE because helping her patients live their lives with joy and purpose is incredibly fulfilling. Patients come to see Jaya for her experience but also for her fun and compassionate nature.
Amy has been a nurse practitioner for 8 years and has worked in internal medicine all her career. She started with HOPE Recovery Clinic in April 2021. Amy finds fulfillment in working at HOPE because she sees how much treatment can change a life. She finds it inspiring to see how our patients "evolve" with the right care. Amy is a great listener and has outstanding bedside manner - that's why her patients love her.
Christina became a nurse practitioner in 2019 and currently works in acute care. She has been with HOPE Recovery Clinic since May 2021. Christina enjoys working at HOPE because she finds it very rewarding to see the positive changes in her patients' lives. Patients love Christina for her kind-hearted personality and her hands-on approach to care.
Emily has been a nurse practitioner for almost 4 years and works in pulmonary critical care. She started with HOPE Recovery Clinic in May 2021. What Emily loves the most being with HOPE is counseling her patients and improving their quality of life. Her patients really appreciate Emily for her warm personality and for offering exceptional quality of care.