It is all about the quantity of care and not quality of care get patients in get them out. They need managers that know how to manage
Don't do it. You will be very unhappy here. Listen listen listen! RUN RUN RUN!!!!!!!!
Very timely fashion.
Answered - Environmental Services (Former Employee) - Covington, LA
Depends on the department you work in some are awesome and some are terrible with cut throat coworkers and poor leaders who treat some employees much better than others. If your good friends with the manager and supervisor outside of work you have nothing to worry about.
Very Friendly, Easy to get along with everyone. The hospital promotes this culture. They really care about their employees.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA
The employees are team players. It is a friendly environment in which all employees are considered as family. The flexibility of being able to work with age specified patients. The assurance that all the equipment that is needed to perform your job.
Answered - Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA
Depends on the department but overall the mission and vision are always patient first
Answered - Lean Program Coordinator (Current Employee) - New Orleans, LA
The work environment is kind of hectic, its really just a lot going on & not enough people there to handle it.
Answered - Sterile Processing Technician Certified (Current Employee) - New Orleans, LA
Very busy,never ending workload.but,on the weekends I got a lot done because it was quiet and with a few guests being there I got a lot of work accomplished.Some areas(the doctors quarters) I only had to do once.
Answered - Lobby Attendant-Housekeeper (Former Employee) - Brenthouse Hotel/Ochsner @Jefferson Hwy
Ochsner is growing at a tremendous rate. We see more and more patients and we stay very busy. We get constant thank you cards for doing a great job which is appreciated.
Answered - Ophthalmic Technician (Current Employee) - New Orleans, LA