LPN, Emergency Department (Former Employee) – Morgan City, LA – December 17, 2015
Very busy Emergency Department . Had a very good team to work with on a nightly basis . Hardest part of the job is always losing someone . The most enjoyable part is being able to treat a patient and send them home happy !!!
Registration Clerk (Former Employee) – Morgan City, LA – September 14, 2015
Very pleasurable helping those in need; however somewhat competitive when it comes to making people pay medical bills which I know most be done. We had a quota to make and co-workers were a best somewhat rude to patients when they couldn't pay copays wasn't what I expected from hospital staff. My supervisor was new and didn't really know much about the operations of the department yet was very nice and approachable. I learned much about insurance lingo and medical terminology. Most enjoyable part of my job was helping patients navigate the insurance companies
Helping patients, learn about the medical industry
extremly competive when it comes to patients paying bills
Admit Clerk (Current Employee) – Morgan City, LA – September 8, 2015
Teche is a great place to work part-time for students, who can only work weekends or night-shifts. Management in the Registration department is fair, easy to get along with, and makes an effort to work around life events! The hardest part of the job is pleasing all "customers or patients."
Admissions (Current Employee) – Morgan City, LA – June 2, 2015
I have only been working here for a short amount of time but management is great and it is a great and positive environment all around. The company not only takes superior care of patients but employees as well.
Employee (Former Employee) – Morgan CIty – October 20, 2014
Good people when I was there. There is a VERY high turnover due to bad management. Some departments are great to work in but others suck these days because the long time managers have all left. The facility changes administrators every few years and they all make promises they will not keep. They recruit doctors some good and some terrible and as soon as the contract is over the doctor leaves and moves elsewhere to practice. The administrations are not friendly to physicians, nurses or staff. Their only concern is to cut as much as possible so their numbers look good and they can receive a larger bonus. There was one administrator who made awesome changes that resulted in the hospital making money for the first time in nine years. This occurred after his first month on the job. After he was terminated for his own private indiscretions the next administrator undid all the positive changes and ran the hospital into the ground within just a few months. Little job security here because many departments have been taken over by management companies resulting in loss jobs for many loyal and longtime employees.
micromanaging break times, phone usage, cameras everywhere in facility
Admit clerk (Former Employee) – Morgan City ,LA – June 23, 2014
I liked the spontaneous of working in registration never knowing if it was going to be the women services or 6th floor med calling to admit or need new stickers. The registration always got the job done.
Customer service (Former Employee) – Morgan City, LA – April 9, 2014
Every working minute was a working minute. Always busy with cashier window and phone, Always face to face or by phone there was customer service, collections, refunds, or research to be done. Had great Supervisor and co-workers. We always worked as a team. We made our goals and became #1 Business Office with the Life Point Corp. Great place to work at.
received great bonus for making goals each month.
every month that we made our goals, the next month goals was higher
admitting registrar (Current Employee) – morgan city, la – April 8, 2013
My typical day is really not a typical day at work because something is always changing . Dealing with sick patients is not always the most easiest job. My Co-workers are ok for the most part, but never trust any of your dear workers that are always trying get you in trouble . For the most part, my day is not that hectic, actually very interesting
Staff RN (Current Employee) – Morgan City, LA – April 23, 2012
Has provided cross-training in several areas of nursing and multi-department skills and knowledge. A typical day at work can range from acute care situation to maintenance and follow-up patient care Management strongly supports nursing personel and provides continuing education. My co-workers are supportive and experienced. The hardest part of the job is long hours extending past 12 hour shifts but sometimes necessary. The most ejoyable part of the job is the women I work with and the continued skills learned and knowledge gained in varied settings.
certifications provided by hospital, flexible schedule.
small hospital setting, unpredictable staffing needs, flexing according to census.