A typical day at work is described as organized chaos in the ED. It is a constant juggle amongst patients, their family members, co-workers, and management but it is very rewarding at the end of the day. The people who work within this organization are friendly, approachable, and intelligent.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee), Teaneck, NJ – February 5, 2014
Pros: employee cafeteria
I loved working at Holy Name! Clean, and well maintained workplace. Management had clear duties, tasks and support. Flexible work schedules. I can still go back to my old department and be welcomed to come back to work anytime!
Through out my work at Holy Name Medical Center I always have enjoyed the people I worked with. It was a relatively small hospital so most people knew each other. The cafeteria like most hospitals was close to inedible so I ordered out most of the time. Apart from that, the job itself was pretty unique and I enjoyed learning more about it. My boss was – more... pretty nice and was someone I liked working for. As for my most enjoyable part of work, that of course was always pay day. – less
I had the 3pm to 11.30pm shift with another pharmacist. It was very good work experience and clinically I learnt alot. I was lucky to have very good co-workers who helped answer my queries and shared information. The hardest part of the job was that since it was the evening shift as well as due to not enough staffing we were most of the time swamped – more... . The most enjoyable part of the job was that everyday i learnt something new. – less
Lovely atmosphere and environment - one of the prettiest hospital campuses I have ever seen
Executive Director - Health Partner Services (Former Employee), Teaneck, NJ – March 5, 2013
Pros: free parking
I enjoyed working with each of the department team leaders and received great support from all. I found the senior leadership team to be highly dedicated to their staff making Holy Name one of the nicest environments to work in. Their network of physicians is one of the most talented I have ever seen, and I enjoyed working with each one and their staff – more... members. Most impressive is the institution's dedication and committment to helping a hospital in India. Many of their senior department leaders have given of their time to improve and bring better conditions to this effort. Most hospitals think only of their bottom line - it was refreshing to see such an outreach of time and financial support to such a deserving initiative. – less
Medical Biller (Current Employee), Teaneck, NJ – September 30, 2012
The department is managed well through administration, managers and supervisors. Coworkers are helpful and we all work as a team. The hardest part of the job is dealing with irate customers. I enjoy working there because it's a small group of people working together and we all get along.
Amazing opportunity to use all my pain and symptom management expertise in making a difference for people at the end of their llife.
Advanced Practice Nurse (Current Employee), Hosp in Teaneck NJ & Hospice in Saddle River NJ – June 26, 2012
Rounding on inpatients at the hospital for any necessary pain and symptom management adjustments for which I write orders. Includes PCA pain medication titration. Communication of changes with the team. Billing for the visit. Rounding on inpatients at the free standing hospice. Collaborating with MD for any changes in medication regimens for which I – more... need advice, otherwise, making adjustments as indicated. Communicating with patient and or families about any changes. Billing for the visit. – less