East Jefferson General Hospital

The East Jefferson General Hospital Nurse Tech Program is a 10-week, all-encompassing clinical course guiding the nurses of tomorrow down the pathway to excellence.

Accepting only the best-of-the-best from nursing schools around the region, the program runs for 36 hours per week over the 10-week span, covering 11 different critical areas of care from across the hospital.

This past session’s highlights included:

JoAnn Mangin

Often times the first face that our guests see upon entering the hospital's front doors is 13-year volunteer veteran and our East Jefferson General Hospital August Volunteer of the Month, JoAnn Mangin.

Mangin has put in over 2,250 hours of service time at the hospital's main lobby information desk, directing our guests with a warm and pleasant smile. A true team player, Mangin always keeps in mind the importance of a first impression.

Virginia Roch

Over an 11-year span at East Jefferson General Hospital, our Volunteer of the Month for July with over 1,000 hours of dedicated service is Virginia Roch.

A staple of the surgery waiting area, Roch brings with her cheerfulness and kindness to spread throughout the waiting room for families and friends of patients. Her upbeat attitude makes those around her more comfortable as she directs surgeons, OR staff and loved ones waiting during high-stress times.

East Jefferson General Hospital Emergency Medical Services Director Mike Guillot, along with several other local medical and emergency health care professionals from throughout the New Orleans area, traveled to Israel to learn and share best practices for dealing with catastrophic events, from natural disasters to terrorist attacks.

Doctors, nurses, administrators and paramedics will spend Aug. 5-12 in Israel as part of an initiative by the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans to introduce local medical personnel to Israeli emergency response practices.

Updates throughout Guillot’s journey will be posted below:

East Jefferson General Hospital Emergency Medical Services Supervisor Mike Guillot, along with several other local medical and emergency health care professionals from throughout the New Orleans area, will travel to Israel next month to learn and share best practices for dealing with catastrophic events, from natural disasters to terrorist attacks.

Doctors, nurses, administrators and paramedics will spend Aug. 5-12 in Israel as part of an initiative by the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans to introduce local medical personnel to Israeli emergency response practices.

“Just to be selected is a huge honor for Mike,” said EJGH President and CEO Gerald Parton. “He has done an outstanding job, not only preparing our hospital for emergency situations, but also our parish and region. Mike is well respected for his experience and expertise in emergency management.”