Board Certified Urologists Pablo Labadie, MD; Wesley Bryan, MD and Jon Glass, MD have been independent practitioners on the medical staff of West Jefferson Medical Center (WJMC) for more than 5 years. Hospital executives are now proud to announce that they have agreed to become a physician’s group (West Jefferson Urology Specialists) with West Jefferson Medical Center’s physician services. The group has two locations:
1111 Medical Center Blvd. Suite N-311 Marrero, LA 70072 (504) 934-8100
120 Meadowcrest St. Suite 430 Gretna, LA 70056 (504) 391-7530
Existing patients will continue to receive the same quality care from Labadie, Bryan & Glass and can call one of the numbers above for continued care. New patients are encouraged to make an appointment by calling one of the convenient locations listed.
These physicians practice the latest in urologic care for both men and women. Their practice includes treatment of all urologic cancers with minimally invasive techniques including laparoscopy and robotics. They also specialize in the treatment of incontinence and female pelvic disorders as well as the endoscopic treatment of kidney stone disease and general adult urology.
“Becoming part of the West Jeff family allows us to concentrate solely on delivering high quality urologic care to our patients without having to worry about running the business side of the office,” said Labadie. “Thanks to West Jeff, we can spend more time with our patients and making sure they get the follow-up care they need.”
“We are very fortunate to have such high quality urology specialists become permanent members of our West Jefferson team,” said Dr. Mark Workman, the Chief Medical Officer for West Jefferson Medical Center. “Labadie, Bryan and Glass are extremely skilled in treating urological cancers and various female and male urological issues. We welcome them to our family”
Dr. Bryan moved to New Orleans in 1988 and received his B.S. degree from Tulane University. He went on to graduate from medical school at Tulane and completed his urologic residency there as well. He has been practicing urology since 2002. He helped start the first prostate cancer support group on the Westbank and was awarded the American Cancer Society Spirit Award in 2009.
Dr. Glass graduated from Tulane Medical School and also completed his residency training there in 2005. He has a strong interest in the minimally invasive treatment of urologic diseases and currently travels the country to help train urologists in robotics procedures.
Dr. Labadie graduated from Newman High School. He also finished undergraduate studies at Tulane University. He attended the University of Pennsylvania for Medical School. After proudly serving his country as battalion surgeon in the Navy, deploying with 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit to Somalia and the Persian Gulf, he returned to his hometown to practice urology. Dr. Labadie was formerly Chief of Surgery at WJMC and currently is on the board of Governors of the Jefferson Parish Medical Society.