Patient Transporter (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 20, 2016
A typical day at work consist of completing 10-20 jobs during a 5 hour work period. It stays very busy during most of the shift, which i like. This job has taught me how to better interact and communicate with patients and co-workers. Management could care more about the employees, but most of the time they don't. Co-workers are very hard workers and appreciative of any help they get.
Work where i go to school, co-workers i work with
Short lunch breaks, balancing school schedule and work schedule
CNA/CMA (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 16, 2015
A typical day at work was more like my home away from home. I learned a lot there my manager was cool he had understanding and thats what matter the most. my co-worker was more like family the hardest part was when I had to leave. I ENJOY working for and at this company.
Personal Fitness Trainer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – December 22, 2014
A typical day working at Bally was always GREAT! I had the ability to help clients reach their fitness goals daily. Their was nothing hard about this job as a fitness trainer. I worked with dictated people and that was one of the most enjoyable things about working at bally.
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – November 28, 2014
Fast paste working environment. Something new and interesting happens everyday. The team effort is wonderfu. The most enjoyable part is the appreciation shown by the patients for your ability to take care of them.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 29, 2014
I am only leaving because I moved but this place is awesome. I worked on MACU a med surg floor and I can honestly say my manger and co works really had my back. It was a fun place to work and learn. Everyone is friendly. Any new comer will easily fit in.
Staff Nurse Endoscopy Unit (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 5, 2014
The was a six bed LDRP- with a level 3 NICU. The staffing culture was a awesome web of knowledge. There were nurses from other facilities in BR, NOLA -- various areas. The education I gained from this group was invaluable to which I will always be grateful. After a few years, I could manage any patient from complicated antepartal patient - laboring patient-- postpartal/lactating patient and not to exclude high risk patients. This staff strived for excellence and cared for the community.
the ability to see life that will only happen once and give each family a great birth experience.
feast or famine. when it is busy there is barely time to eat and drink, but the outcome is so rewarding.
Staff RN, Oncology (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 9, 2014
Nurse to patient ratio was ridiculous. And if you had any less that 7 patients you were pulled to another floor, where you knew nothing about putting your patient and license at risk. It was the most stressful job I have ever had.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – March 1, 2014
When obtaining a Phlebotomy job a BRGM i was clueless as to what i was doing. Fresh out of school and lost. My supervisor and co-workers was very patient, helpful and motivating. Its because of them that i became the phlebotomist that i am today. After 5 years of being a phlebotomist i became a Phlebotomy Supervisor at an institution in which i've been employed for over 9yrs. This institution (BRGM) has been very inspiring to me and i would recommend it to anyone for any type of medical training. I'm vary grateful for and to BRGM.