Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 19, 2017
working here had been a struggle for me, there is alot of walking involved with this job every single day of the week for 5 or 6 days straight. also this job requires you to work nights on weekends something you have to be required to do.
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 18, 2017
Very busy and fast pace company. My experience with the lake gave me the foundation that i need with people in general. I learned alot a patient confidentiality, just securing the patients and making them feel important
Secuirty Officer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 10, 2017
I've worked security here for a few months and can tell you some days were good days depending on who was in charge for the shift. I can say that working here for myself, was not what I wanted to be doing for too long as I was faced with constant unfair treatment and shift leaders constantly on my back like I was a child. The worst feeling about working anywhere is being treated and feeling like you're a child. No one should feel like that. I will not say any names or go into any details, but working here was not for me.
Be-friending everyday people, helping people in need
No opportunity for advancedment, always being watched over by leaders as if I wasn't doing my job
Nurse Manager (Former Employee) – Endoscopy – June 2, 2017
OLOL affords many opportunities that few other facilities can give. It is the best place to learn and grow. You will work very hard at OLOL because it is the hub of medical care in Baton Rouge. Your hard work will be very rewarding
Overall a good company but my department is unorganized
Accounting Department (Current Employee) – Louisiana – June 1, 2017
I working in the Accounting area and the workload is terrible at times. The company overall is great. Good benefits, work life balance and helpful coworkers that work and live the ethics set by the Christian founded company. My department though could be better with how management interacts with employees. Advancement is sketchy as management will interview internal employees and external people for the same job. Its a 50/50 chance that one will be promoted from within first. It doesnt seem to matter that internal people know more about the job. Sometimes you wont get an interview.This is my biggest issue with the department.
Work life balance, supportive coworkers
Some members of mgmnt unprofessional, incompetent; workload is mismanaged and sometimes unorganized; advancement questionable
Clinical Service Rep (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 31, 2017
This hospital should pay the employees more because they deserve it. I feel like we should be treated better throughout the year. They should be better staffed and not pull they ICU nurses and hire more so they can staff they unit.
Clinic Access Rep 2 (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 17, 2017
The office is very fast paced and productive. The office is very busy and you have to be able to concentrate and adjust to many phone calls and office personnel speaking at the same time. The patient volume is very large and request for different appointments are constant.
very fast paced helps the time flow quickly
short lunch break and very seldom get breaks in between
Mental Health Technician (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 16, 2017
Assist patients with treatment plans and daily activities, including group therapy, meals, family meetings, and personal wellness, as well as obtain vital signs and assess mental health of patients; trained new mental health technicians
Nurse Tech (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 9, 2017
Enjoyed working at this hospital. Work was fast paced. Learned a lot. Employees there are very inviting. Managers were very approachable. Loved doing the residency! Loved seeing my patients heal, progress, and head home!
It can be a fun place to work when they have community events
Driver/Unit Rep. (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 3, 2017
It is a good place to work. They don't do overtime. The down side is The job I have there is no advancement. You have to wear several different hats. Your job may have you doing 3,4 or even 5 different titles.
Work with children and that makes my day knowing I am helping them.
Sometimes work is steady you don't get to have a lunch break