New Orleans was recently named one of the top 50 best places to be a health care worker in the US.
The city is known for its hospitals and medical centers, and the city has an impressive reputation for treating people with chronic conditions.
But in the past few years, many people in the city have been left with chronic diseases, including cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, asthma and Alzheimer’s disease.
A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that New Orleans has the highest incidence of chronic disease in the country.
Now, the city is getting $20.5 million to renovate five emergency dental and orthodontic clinics and expand other programs, including the city’s primary care office, to help patients.
This comes after Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced the city would receive $5.3 million to help pay for additional care for people with conditions such as diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart disease and arthritis.
This is the first of many emergency dental care projects being funded by the city of New Orleans and the federal government, which are all part of the citys emergency funding program.
The federal funds were designed to provide care to people with serious conditions such the coronavirus, Zika and a number of other diseases that have ravaged parts of the country, such as Flint, Michigan, and Louisiana.
But the emergency dental program is one of only a few of its kind in the nation.
It will allow the city to expand its primary care staffs to provide emergency care to a wider population of people.
The money is being given to the city in response to a state mandate that has been in place for a few years now.
According to a release from the city, the program will help reduce wait times for people needing primary care, including people with high-cost health conditions.
“As part of this effort, the City will continue to focus on a robust and continuous expansion of primary care for all residents,” said Landrieus statement.
The emergency dental work will be completed over the next year, with a plan to reopen in 2022, when the new clinic will be ready to operate.
This work will include a new emergency dental building, a new orthodental office, and new orthopedic clinics that will be able to accommodate the needs of patients who have conditions such cancer, asthma, and other conditions.
Landrieum said the plan to provide additional care will help address a number the city faces.
“In the midst of a pandemic and the impact of the pandemic, the most urgent need is for emergency dental services for people who are seriously ill or who have chronic diseases,” he said.
“This is a critical piece of the puzzle to ensure that people have access to the care they need and deserve.”
The New Orleans City Council approved the funding on March 5, 2018.
“Our goal is to improve the health of the population, particularly for those with chronic illnesses, and to make sure that those with disabilities have access and dignity,” Landrieua said.