Joe Miciotto Obituary, Death – Joe Miciotto passed away yesterday at the age of 72, and all of us here at LSU Health Shreveport would like to offer our sincerest condolences to his family. Joe was a longtime employee here at LSU Health Shreveport. Joe worked for this institution, LSU Health Shreveport, for a significant amount of time. Over the course of his more than four decades of service at LSU Health Shreveport, Joe has consistently demonstrated an exemplary level of dedication to his work. 1975 was the year that he started his professional life, and 15 years later, in 2001, he was given the position of Chief Executive Officer at the hospital, where he had worked his way up through the ranks over the course of his career.
During his tenure as CEO of what was then known as Confederate Memorial Hospital and LSU Medical Center, the institution underwent significant expansion and improvement, including being ranked as the best public hospital in the United States. During this time, the hospital was also known as the LSU Medical Center. During this time period, the establishment became officially known as the LSU Medical Center. Joe had a very long and successful career in the role of Director of Campus Operations for LSU Health Shreveport before he eventually retired from that position. Joe’s tenure in that role was ultimately successful.
He was revered and well-known for his unflinching dedication to his work and his unflinching concern for the well-being of his patients, students, residents, and colleagues. This quality earned him a lot of admiration and made him well-known. Because of this, he gained a great deal of respect, and it also helped to make him well-known. In March of 2021, a conference room that will be used by the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program and that will be named after Joe Miciotto will be formally dedicated in his honor. The room will be named after Joe Miciotto.
Visitation is scheduled to take place at the Osborn Funeral Home on Wednesday from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m., and the funeral service is scheduled to take place at St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Catholic Church on Friday at 1 p.m.