Neil Baum M.D.
3525 Prytania St., Suite 614
New Orleans, LA, 70115
Monday – Friday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Urologist New Orleans Dr. Baum is located at 3525 Prytania Street, Suite 614, in the Touro Medical Office Building. The office is located across the street from Touro Infirmary.
The office is located at the corner of Delachaise and Prytania. The parking garage is next to the office building. Park in the garage and take the elevator to the first floor and enter the office building and use the office building elevators to take you to the sixth floor.
You can reach the office from either St. Charles Avenue or Louisiana Avenues.
If you are driving down St. Charles Avenue from the downtown area turn left onto Delachaise Street. Go one block and turn right on Prytania.
If you are driving from uptown area, turn right on Delachaise and follow the same instructions as described above.
If you are approaching the office from Louisiana Avenue turn on Prytania Street and go two blocks and the building will be on your right and follow the same instructions as described above.
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3525 Prytania St, Suite 614
New Orleans, LA 70115
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