Health Care Provider (Current Employee) – New Orleans – December 15, 2016
I have been there for 2 1/2 years. It is the best job that I have had in my field. My manager is great and I frequently have contact with upper management. I have been promoted a year after I started and received 2 raises. A good attitude is rewarded at Tulane. The only major negative is their policy if cutting hours when volume is low.
Great leadership, good benefits, positive work enviroment
Not a good place to work the co worker are cool but the management suck
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – February 5, 2017
Tulane is a ok job that pay is ok it could be better for all the work you do it's a fast pace and management suck really suck bad they really dont know how to talk to you and you get blame for everything need better management
Trying to be a real hospital so the administration can pocket the money
Physician (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – November 6, 2016
The hospital lives off the reputation of the university. The administration are misfit money suckers that are promoted because they were troublemakers and useless in their previous jobs. The hospital corporation of america sucks the hospital dry and doesn't put any meaningful money back into patient care. If you identify a problem, YOU get labeled as a TROUBLEMAKER.
If you are ready to go to the bottom of the barrel, then go here.
You dont have to do any work
Your life becomes meaningless and you get blamed arbitrarily
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – October 3, 2016
This was my first MA job and where I received most of my experience from. It was a busy fast pace OB/GYN and MFM clinic with 2 Gyn Oncologist. I really don't have one bad thing or what to consider the hardest part of my job there because it was a fun team and staff. We all really loved what we did which made it a very pleasant and enjoyable environment for us as well as the patients. Management was always fair and easy going.
Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Lab – September 19, 2016
I have to admit working for this company was horrible, but I like the patient more then the employees. The trainer I had had attitude and the co-workers was horrible as well, everyone was uptight and did they own thing. NO TEAM WORK at all. The techs was no help at all when you ask questions. The manager/supervisor promoted the mess in the work place and disappeared when you look for answers. I did not not understand this environment at all, so I took my skills and experience else where. It sad to have to make this review. Tulane Medical Center needs to do better.
No teamwork, work hours, attitudes from all staffs
Dietary Worker (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 7, 2016
Tulane is a good place to work with decent pay but there is no room for advancement. Also, the management at the time never stood up for the employees. Also, if they make you full time, they drop your pay by a dollar.
Patients accounts coordinator (Former Employee) – New Orleans,LA – June 11, 2015
Got pertinent medical information on patients ready for physicians. Scheduled procedures for specialists. Checked patients in and out, entered patient demographics and medical information into computer to facilitate care of patients. I loved dealing with patients, nurses and physicians to make sure patients had the best care possible. The hardest part of my job was dealing with coworkers to get them to prioritize their duties.
HR Secretary (PRN) (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – October 29, 2012
This position offered an array of variety, working in various departments and clinics assisting clinic and hospital staff with tasks. Duties involved but not limited to answering phones, directing/assisting patients or guests with directions, parking, collecting co-pays, verifying insurance benefits. Managment in all departments were extremely helpful and offered assistance when needed. The drawback to this position was the lack of hours available.
CUSTOMER SERVICE COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – March 7, 2013
Great patients as well as doctors electronic medical records is a plus for patients registration process is exciting getting to know the patient as well as their needs. Hardest part not finding out someone had expired.
Not steady in keeping employees who are full time on a full time schedule
Medical Office Assistant/Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – November 12, 2015
The flexing of all employees has become a problem for the employees to survive and make a decent living. It is becoming hard to manage basic living. Need full time work and pay, not just full time work with less pay, due to flexing.
Technologist (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – October 20, 2013
What I have learned is that there is no room for advancement at Tulane. PRN staff really just there to give benefited staff a great work schedule. You will not be given a benefited position no matter how qualified you are. They will hire externally.
Certain managers discriminate openly against minority employees and patients. Rules are different for each employee. They will retaliate if you voice your concerns about fair treatment.
PRN employees are REQUIRED to rotate weekends, nights and holidays. Seems like a contradiction to me - BEWARE!!!!!
Job Work/Life Balance
Practice Manager (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – July 8, 2014
Need an overhaul of leadership. No support given to employees. No job security. 3 major layoffs in 2 years. Culture is horrible and stuck in old ways. Loose great people because of politics. Poor patient care. Would never recommend.
Apheresis RN (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – January 23, 2013
• Assess patient status relative to therapeutic apheresis, prior and during procedures, utilizing nursing process. Patient assessment to include laboratory testing results and other clinically significant procedures. • Patient Assessment and Intervention • Administer Blood Products and medications • Documentation of Apheresis Procedures • Administer Chemotherapeutic Medications • Operation of Equipment to Perform Procedures • Provides professional nursing care across practice settings and the continuum of care to meet the needs of the patient and family. • Performs donor phlebotomy including whole blood and donor apheresis procedures • Accept responsibility for patient safety of the Stem Cell Transplant services in clinical practice environment • Evaluates donors for potential reactions and implements interventions to prevent such. • Obtains informed consent.
It was a fun place to work which made your day go fast.
Patient Acct Representative/Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – September 29, 2015
We get in the office in the morning and early and drink coffee and give morning greetings. Each day I learn a better way of dealing with customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was dealing with people, I love people.