Practice Liaison (Former Employee) – Camden, NJ – June 7, 2018
Be ready for long hours and little to no guidance from management. Lots of throwing you to the wolves and “figuring it out on your own”. Management is overwhelmed leaving no time for actual management. The target always seemed to be moving, which is not fun in a volatile market like healthcare. If you are thinking about applying for the Practice Liaison position, think again.
Pay, benefits are good.
Cutthroat culture and work/life balance is non-existent. Morale is consistently at 0.
Chemical Dependency Counselor, CDP (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – March 30, 2018
I appreciated the mission at Lourdes. I appreciated the management and they were reciprocal with that appreciation. LOURDES had an excellent CEO and CFO. The Nuns were an inspiration. The integrity and professionalism was outstanding. The long-term history of service to the community was greatly appreciated. LOURDES dedication towards individualized treatment for the patient presented quality care, with an atmosphere of congeniality and hospitality.
The training sessions were well done and the teamwork was outstanding. LOURDES was open to new ideas and realized the strength of new modalities, with digital applications for essential productivity, with enhanced treatment continuity.
The main strength: TEAMWORK TOWARDS QUALITY PATIENT SERVICE.
Monthly progress reports from the CEO. Diversity and cultural sensitivity.
Charge Capture Analyst (Current Employee) – Pasco, WA – March 24, 2018
The productivity is fair, and easy to obtain. I enjoyed the problem solving aspect of the job. Daily learning was always part of the job. It is a great place to work. The boss is fair and flexible and easy to work with.
Patient Financial Services Lead (Current Employee) – Pasco, WA – February 5, 2018
Typical office, disagreements on climate control, older building, but you can use headphones and gain a lot of medical billing knowledge. You can come in, do your work, and leave without a lot of interacting with coworkers.
Director of Financial Operations - Phys Prac (Former Employee) – Camden, NJ – February 5, 2018
Organization is struggling to establish itself in a highly competitive healthcare market. Will the demise of its proposed acquistion by Cooper Health System, Lourdes needs to find itself in a sea of larger players.
Registered Nurse, Charge and Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Paducah, KY – December 17, 2017
Behavioral Geriatric unit is a rewarding and challenging position. Patient care and group activities create a enlightening environment for patients and staff. Team effort is vital for beneficial care to be administered with all cooperation from supervisor to management. Success with patient care, progress and recover with daily encouragement is a delight and reward.
Massage therapist (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – November 10, 2017
I really love the facility. I met a lot of members that we're college students. Some of the college students I became long-term friends with. I would absolutely recommend this place because there's a swimming pool here. I used to teach water aerobics and taught for 2 of my pregnancies the whole 9 months. I'm proud to have been able to do that. Sad though when I came back from maternity leave the 2 ND time they let me go. I was heart broken.
Unstable at times, but good people and good benefits
Registration Specialist (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – November 1, 2017
A lot has changed at Lourdes since I worked there, but at the time I left they were facing budget crunches and had huge management layoffs and turnover. My coworkers were great, though, and the benefits were good.
I like what I have learned in my time I have been in the organization and been able to achieve a management position. The environment is like most healthcare environment, always keep me busy with the work I have to get done before the end of the day. I have learned quite a bit in the 12yrs I have been with the organization. I am now in a management position and will like to continue to climb the ladder. The hardest part of my job is being able to keep the different personalities at a comfort level. Being in a office with mostly female sometimes is hard to do but I do like my job for the most part because I get to work with my co-workers as well as the public.