Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – July 10, 2016
Worked at the Family Center at O'donovan, psychiatric clinic. I loved this position. Very fast paced job but if you don't like down time this is a good thing. The staff is absolutely wonderful. The hardest part of this job is to prioritize your job responsibilities accordingly. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing the transformed lives of people that come in broken and seeing them slowly but surely smile a little bigger the next time you see them.
Clinical Access Representative (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – June 3, 2016
I am a hard worker always give 110 percent of my job, I in joy working with people.I check in and our patients, scan documents, correct and update information, verify insurance, make appointments, confirm appointment, answer phones, check and distribute mail, call all patients that no show and reschedule. fax all medical records request. make copies, check fax machine.
A Joke (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 25, 2016
Too much nitpicking everyone there from top to security on down , even the secretary in.the security dept or very very very rude I wouldn't let my dog work there.every one there think they on top.of.the world what is.wrong with people.these days.You would.think it's a.good.place to be NOT the parking is horrible.the staff is horrible.Soon as u walk through the door you can feel a negative vibe you swear a lot of people got there jobs laying on.there backs DONT WORK THERE HORRIBLE PLACE TO WORK
Patient Account Rep I (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 18, 2016
Researching and reviewing accounts to ensure correct payments from Insurance companies and patients. If there is an overpayment a refund is issued to the party that overpaid on the claim. There is a lot of work and you are required to multi-task and use your independent judgement.
Radiology Technicians Assistant (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 11, 2016
I truly enjoyed the job i had at OLOL i just hated the hours and days i worked it was very tiring and it compromised my family time. However i feel like if i would have worked another schedule could have made it work.
Nice place to work but always room for improvement
Staff RN/Charge RN (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 27, 2015
A lot is expected of you, however, the pay check does not match the amount of requirements. A lot of times I have felt underpaid and over worked. However, the atmosphere is pretty decent and most people are fairly friendly people to work with that truly believe in the essence of teamwork.
Nurse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – August 1, 2015
It was a tough place to work because of a nursing shortage. It was also hard to keep good nurses because of the shortage and everyone being over worked. I learned a lot about patient care and was able to build my skill knowledge. I had a very supportive manager that helped some and the staff would try to work together and assist one another as much as possible.
I worked in the adult ICU for over 30 years. It was a great learning experience and I also trained many new nurses to the protocols and work load. It was a challenging position in that I had to act as an advocate for the patients and their families along with being a bridge between the families and the doctors.
New management and the desire for teaching both played a part in my leaving. Nurses lost their autonomy and did not have a say in policy writing.
The most enjoyable aspect of the position was the people I worked with. Teamwork was necessary to provide the best care to the patients.
Working 3 days per week, the salary, and the benefits
Separation of management and staff. It always seemed to come down to the "bottom line" of costs
Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – July 7, 2015
My typical work day, in ICU, managing ventilators, sometimes up to 7 during a shift. I perform neb treatments, obtain ABG's, insert artlines, suction patients, assist other coworkers if they need help.
The most enjoyable part of my job is working in different areas of the hospital, I enjoy getting to work with different types of patients all within the same hospital.
Working at OLOL, I have learned so much that I am confident working on my own and having time management skills to get everything needed down. I love that this is a teaching hospital where I am still learning new things everyday, and I get the opportunity to teach students and new employees.
Telecommunications Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lynwood, CA – July 9, 2015
I use to began first, reading and answering my e-mails. I learned something new throughout my time there from my Director, my co-workers were team players. The hardest part of my job was, I was a operator and became Supervisor, and one of my co-workers didn't look at me as management. I enjoyed the things we would do on holidays and birthdays.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – August 17, 2015
OLOL is full of energy and all about serving patients. Its a place that one can meet a lot of great people. The most rewarding aspect of working for OLOL is knowing that no matter what department you work in, that your job helps impact the lives of people in need of care.
oh this was a great job i learned so much about OB and babies love it because thats my dream to becaome a ob nurse.
Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Lynwood, CA – June 3, 2015
i would put in all DR. orders in data base, call for lab to draw blood, call nice for c-sections r if requested to by nurse or MD. I love working with my co-workers and my management team was great they would jump in at any given time to help.tThe job could get very busy with a lot of deliveries at one time but i handle it well with the help of co-workers.
when we were very busy nd could not get lunch brakes the MD s would order us food.
When a unit secretary would call in sick nd we re short.