Great working environment. Every one is a team player
Director of Food and Nutrition (Former Employee) – Flowood, MS – May 22, 2016
Enjoyed working for Woman's Hospital. Great Administration team. A Great working environment. Working for Woman's over the years was a great pleasure. At times the job became stressful, as with any job. Overall I loved the job and the people.
Director of Materials Management - Supervisor (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 4, 2016
An excellent place to work all the way around. Senior Leadership is fantastic to work for and with. Director's, Manager's, Supervisor's, and staff strive for perfection and truly care about the mission of Woman's Hospital.
Sometimes people do get complacent and expect everything to go their way, all of the time and that's not possible.
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Flowood Ms – September 28, 2015
Great workplace and wonderful doctors to work with. I had wonderful co-workers and everyone was like family to me. I had a great experience working in the surgery dept. from August 2011-April 2015 until I was terminated. I since then have gotten back into a steady routine and would love nothing more than to be an employee again with Merit Health Woman's Hospital.
RRT (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – September 22, 2015
Loved and worked well with coworkers - doctors, nurses, techs, fellow respiratory therapists. As floor therapist- responsible for every area of the hospital including codes. As NICU therapist - responsible for all codes, deliveries and infants. The most enjoyable part of the job was handing an infant to his/her mother for the first time...incredible feeling. The hardest part of the job was losing an infant. Advancement was not common; upper management was about my age - not retiring any time soon.
Health Information Specialist II (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – September 6, 2015
One could not ask for a better management team. Co-workers consider each other as extended family members. Most have worked with each other for over a decade. "Do unto others" is the golden rule and it is followed.
volunteer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – August 12, 2015
If ever a person is looking for employment or just retired and need place to spend some quality time with folks that appreciate life womans hospital is the best place to work and volunteers. Even its title says it all. A very warm hospital it really is but don't just take my word for it go and find out for yourself! if i did not have to move it would have been my place of employment.
Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – May 10, 2015
Staff always willing to help co-workers. Attention to detail throughout the facility, including well-staffed units. Many continuing education opportunities offered to employees. Great benefits package.
positive atmosphere, striving to provide more excellent care
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 9, 2015
start work day at 6:30 always call each patient around 8am to make sure they all have eaten my coworkrs were always on the same page the hardest part was rush hour i love being able to help and be a great customer service representative
I work on a fast pace unit with a high patient volume. My position requires quick decision making and the ability to prioritize patient needs and time management skills. I am able to provide patient care at the bedside and within minutes shift to a circulating nurse in the operating room. The most rewarding part of my job is to be a part of bringing new life into this world. The hardest part of my job is perinatal loss and having to provide care to grieving families through such a tragic time.
Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – September 18, 2014
A specialist hospital with emphasis on the health of women and infants. Several programs with outreach to community on these issues. Mostly happy environment with new additions to family. Coworkers like family and very knowledgeable. Several tenured employees in every area of hospital. Management works for betterment of patients and employees. Most difficult part is loss of infants. Most enjoyable part is coordinating patient care with other departments.
There was always something that they did to make sure the employees was happy
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – August 23, 2013
Everybody smile there and love their job. I am so sorry that I had to move with my family. That hospital was my family. The employees did not back talk another employee. If a coworker did not do something some one else would do it and then tell them that they help them out. Even the Doctors are a part of that family.
you know that you had a job and no one was going to take it from you.