Fellowship Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – October 29, 2015
Overall phenomenal workplace, employees, faculty, staff members, fellows, students, etc... Everyone is always providing assistants to those in need and there is always opportunities for training and growth.
The hardest part of my job was resigning knowing the possibilities of not being able to mimic this environment in another workplace.
Office Assistant for Clinical Pharmacology (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – October 19, 2015
This was a rather simplistic job while attending school. It was grant based so I did a lot of proof reading and editing of grammar. Other duties included pulling journals for doctors and running errands around the hospital. I enjoyed it, it was not a huge workload in addition to college. The coworkers were all doctors so I learned a great deal of patience and self control.
Student Worker/Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – September 6, 2015
Working at LSU Health Center was an welcoming environment. The employees as well as managers was very supportive. You could also see the passion of the workers who have been there the longest. I learned a lot about business, how the working at a hospital works, and how to organize the department and how to do seminar for the medical students. The most enjoyable bout working their was you felt loved that the job you did was appreciated by the managers. the hardest part of this job was that I had to let it go due to me having to go back to school.
Cancer Researcher (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 26, 2015
Be ready to work! Sometimes you will be with your supervisor or mentor and the next, you are on your own. Don't worry if you are on your own. Your supervisor is always one phone call away if you need him or her. There is a great staff who will greet you whenever they see you. Everything is constantly clean and up to par. As for places to eat or go on your break, there is a Subway, smoothie shop, and other places to visit in walking distance. The cafeteria in the center is really good and the price is just right for what you're being served. Really no need for a vehicle since the building is located a few short blocks away from the streetcar (on Canal Street)! You will enjoy working here!
Maintenance Lederman/Supervisor (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 7, 2015
Really enjoyed my time employed here, along with all the friends accumulated over the 10 years employed and the room for advancement is the best I've ever witnessed at any employer I've worked for. Really good benefits.
Very efficient place to work; everything I needed was at my reach
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 21, 2014
Pretty routine job which consists of coming in and checking/answering emails. There are only two others that I work directly with, the other co-workers are all at other locations. We phone in with updates for each others' facility at least twice a month. The job itself was not hard at all but rather more like an entry level position. The most enjoyable part of the job would be getting the paid time off along with most schools and universities.
weekends and most holiday's off
no windows, flurescent lighting, no room for advancement
administrative-clerical, research coordination (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – February 7, 2012
Harassment (program will not let me be explicit - doesn't like word se-ual) runs rampant. Labor relations is only pro forma. Not interested in solving the problem as the medical staff brings in more money than the support staff. I even had an FBI agent-neighbor who witnessed the behavior! Sure did try to rectify it, though. They don't seem to want to change this aspect of their institution.There are evil people everywhere. More just seem to congregate at LSU than other places.
opportunity for lateral movement, but not much
horrific power plays by bosses against employees, very hostile environment for women
Student Worker (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – July 31, 2012
A typical work day consisted of starting new documents on patients that were being brought into the hospital long term. I learned the wok ethic of registered nurses and doctors. The management was awesome no strict rules or deadlines. My co-workers were all friendly hard working nurses that didn't mind being questioned at all. The hardest part of the job was losing patients due to death. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the new patients and learning the business of being a nurse.
Enjoy keeping accounts accurate with billing in a timely manner.
Medical Clerk (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – September 10, 2012
Sort mail and distribute to management and appropriate coders. Check with charge entry personnal to be certain charge slips from previous week have been audit before filling. Sort batch by dates, label folders, and place folders in filing cabinet in batch sequence order. Sort Echo slips, ECG charge slips and Community Care Referrals.
I enjoyed expanding my computer skills by doing insurance verifications (Self-pay, free care, commerical, medicare/medicaid), invoices, and faxes. I also learned how to check Community Care Referrals to verify all information is accurate before filing.
the ability to be a employee.
had to finish school so i could not keep position.
Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – June 24, 2013
I was a student researcher in the neurology department for the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program in Shreveport, La. As a student researcher and paid employee, I did research at the LSUHSC Health Sciences Center. Under the watchful eye of my mentor, I was required to conduct my research and create a research poster that was later presented at the end of the program. Some shadowing was done during the process. I watched patients participate in clinical trials, I interviewed some neurology patients, watched several neurology checkups.
i got to shadow doctors, tour simulation labs, and watch clinical trials
Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – March 6, 2014
this was a very interesting job because I learned a lot about the medical environment. Learned a lot of medical terminology and about medical procedures. Very knowledgeable doctors and nurses. the most enjoyable part of the job were my coworkers. No part of the job was ever hard. Also my supervisors were excellent to work with.
Internship (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – September 27, 2012
everyone i see always has a smile and a "How are ya?" employees all seem to know one another which tells me they have worked together for a long time and are happy . the management is also friendly and available to talk. my co - workers are amazing and are teaching me lots of new things every day.