Careers at Touro
Join the Touro team
No matter who you are or what your story is, you’re family as soon as you walk through our doors. Touro has a special place in the heart of New Orleanians—and our patients have a special place in our hearts, too. We know that it’s the heart of our employees that make Touro a great place to work and a great place to receive quality care. There’s a little something extra in the care we provide our patients and that feeling extends into the community we serve.
If you have a passion for caring for your community and working with a team that is full of heart, than the Touro family is right for you. Join a growing organization with a rich history and culture that could only be found in New Orleans. Whether you are an experienced medical professional or a skilled administrative professional, Touro is the perfect place to excel in a field that you love.
We encourage you to learn more about Touro and our services by clicking here. You can also search available positions at Touro and learn about what it’s like to live and work in New Orleans.
For a career in NURSING, click here!
Explore our current openings to discover your next career at LCMC Health.
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Online learning center
Touro Infirmary is required by accreditation agencies to maintain certain competency profiles on its medical staff. In an effort to make these competencies easy for you to manage and track, we have created an online learning center specifically for our physicians’ use. If you have any questions about your account or if you need any assistance, please feel free to contact the Physician Services Department at 504.897.8392.
If you would like to log in or create an account, please click here.
Continuing education credits
Through well-recognized online resources such as Discovery Health, the American Medical Association, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Touro Infirmary offers you the opportunity to earn continuing medical education credits.
Simply click on the following links:
The practice of medicine becomes a little more complex every day. Click here for detailed information on core measures and national patient safety goals. Make sure you know the latest information on evidence-based clinical protocols that can improve your patients’ outcomes.
Join the New Orleans Career Center (NOCC) and LCMC Health for a free, six-week, full-time training program to become a certified Patient Care Technician. This program provides participants with a comprehensive training curriculum and everything needed to pass the National Healthcare Association PCT exam. Successful program graduates receive priority consideration for full-time employment as a PCT with LCMC Health.