Dr. Arlette Delcham received her bachelor's degree from Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, N.Y., where she graduated cum laude. She received her medical doctorate from SUNY Health Science Center in Brooklyn and completed her residency in family medicine at the Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, N.J.
Dr. Delcham practiced as a solo physician for several years on the West Bank of New Orleans and in Morgan City before relocating to St. Tammany Parish in 2011. She is board certified in family medicine and brings 18 years of experience to the St. Tammany Physicians Network.
She is a member of American Medical Association and has served as medical director for several medical facilities including hospices, home health agencies and a rehab hospital.
Dr. Delcham has received many awards and honors such as the award for contribution to the progress and development of the Brooklyn Community in Brooklyn College. She also was recognized for four years of service to the prestigious Daniel Hale Williams Society, a chapter of the National Medical Association with the SUNY Health Science Center Student Leadership Award.
She also received West Jefferson Medical Center's “Doctor to the Stars Award” for being the most highly recommended physician to family and friends in 2005.
"It is a privilege to provide care to patients and their families," she says. "Providing quality care to each of them, based on their individual needs and desires, is a responsibility I take very seriously."
She served as a preceptor for the Massachusetts Tufts University and Tulane University medical schools.