Admitting Clerk (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 11, 2018
I really like working at Ochsner, the at the time did not pay enough or did not have good benefits. A typical day at work was very rewarding. The management team was fair.The work place overall culture was good.
RRT (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 8, 2018
My manager is horrible and so are most of my coworkers. They have no regard for your life outside of Ochsner. Horrible and unsafe work assignments. Stay away!!! Unless you’re in an administrative position you’re nothing over there!
Patient Care Technician (PCT) (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 2, 2018
I really enjoy working for this company, the people overall are very helpful and such a clean environment. Meal are discounted. You can learn new things if you choose too. Its a large place and you can get lost easily but there is always someone to assist you. The hardest part of my job is losing patients or workers. After talking w/them and their family you become like family to them. The most enjoyable part of my job is meet new people both workers and patients from all over the world. And learning new things. Being able to move up within your field of work is super exciting.
Supervisor/Supply Chain (Current Employee) – Houma, LA – August 1, 2018
A typical day was making sure the hospital was supplied with medical supplies and linen. I learned how to do scheduling, inventory and statistics. The hardest put was dealing with different attitudes. Enjoyable part was knowing I was helping the patients and supplying them with what they needed.
Felt like a family, engagable coworkers team members and postive atmosphere.
HOSTESS AND CAFE OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Jefferson, LA – July 30, 2018
A typical day at work was like working with siblings and or cousins. we related with one another and worked together to insure quality guest services. I learned the beauty of working of working with others and the guest was amazing. I learned that working in a hospital you must be positive and come to work ready to serve. Some quest needing an ear or shoulder to cry on. I loved interacting with the guest and showing empathy when it was needed. Management would change up every now and then, but I encounter Managers that were like mother and father figures, showing the ropes of thing and how to implement those values of everyday life to being adjusted into a positive outlook of work values. the hardest part of the job was watching co workers and or managers leave, also interacting with families of patients that was in the hospital was very much so hard to witness them experiencing such hard times dealing with the health of their love ones. the most enjoyable part was getting good news from the guest and employee events, I truly felt the job was family oriented.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – July 27, 2018
Exciting place to work. Great for nurses just getting out of school. Many opportunities for advancement offered. Nicely paced environment to make learning fun and effective. Great coworkers. Sign on bonuses often offered. In the heart of uptown.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – July 24, 2018
I had fun working there. Derm was just not my thing and they did not have any other positions avalliable. I worker time to time in Ortho and would have loved to stay there. I loved all the people I worked with.
ED / ICU Tech (Former Employee) – Kenner, LA – July 23, 2018
Worked here as a Tech. I was allowed to view procedures and be a part of a fast paced ED / ICU team. I had Good rapport with Physicians, nurses and other staff This was not part of my Physical Therapist Assistant shadowing, just a weekend job.
Information Systems Field Service Tech (Former Employee) – Jefferson, LA – July 19, 2018
Start off taking care of issues with printers and system around all 10 west bank facilities travelling to each facility and solving network, Printer PC and software issues. Also Completing Project and Pending installs of delivered equipment. The Best Part of the job was you were pretty much your own boss and took care of your on facilities and got to know a lot of employees in the other departments
Their wasn't really a hard part except I took care of all 10 west bank facilities by myself so I had to create a work flow to Make sure all were taken care of and happy with their service
Good Vacation Time and Hoiliday pay
after reaching their salary cap you would only get a 15 to 30 cent raise yearly