Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 1, 2015
Great management, very clean hospital. The nurses were professional and helpful. It was educational. All patients were very welcoming as well. All employees were patient and very understanding as well as willing to help. My day would start with a pre-conference, which is a brief overview of the patients, their diagnoses, medications, and treatment. Then I go to the nurse in charge of my patient and receive report, after that I would greet the patient and introduce myself. Afterwards, I would perform the daily needs of the patients. When it's time for me to leave I would inform the patient that I would have to leave, and give report to the next nurse. Finally, I would end the day with a post-conference which is a brief summary about my findings of the patient.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn NY – September 6, 2015
Wonderful clinic in the heart of the Sunset Park Neighborhood. Learned about the prevalence of health epidemics in the community and health care providers roll in teaching about disease process and prevention. Staff was dedicated to their work and completely friendly and helpful.They work together in a team approach to offer the community the greatest care possible.
Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 24, 2015
I worked for the organization for over 13 years in various positions. I was advanced within my department after receiving my B.A. and then MPA, but with very low salaries for the positions and responsibilities. I found it very difficult to advance and reach my full potential.
Excellent Boss for this position
No advancement even with a Masters Degree and excellent record. Its all about who you know.
Patient Service Associate (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 4, 2015
lutheran is a trauma 1 center high volume work envierment I learned to have alot more compasion and patients with people. Hardest part of my job dealing witth family of the patients we lost most enjoyable part reasuring our patients that we will help them
Adult Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 25, 2015
Fun, professional, patient centered atmosphere. Great collaborative and interdisciplinary leadership. This is a place that you can smile as you provide excellent patient care. The "hi" the "hello", the "how are you doing today?' make the typical day, as busy as it may be, appears light.
Telephone Operator (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 2, 2015
my type day at work one day is very busy and sometimes very slow my co worker are nice and helpfully .. and the hardest part when it very busy and i was working all by myself ... but i know management all of type work all by myself ... and the most enjoyable when u get along co-worker and manager..
Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 16, 2015
I started at Lutheran as a new nurse, training for a progressive care unit. Training consisted of approximately 4 weeks of classroom instruction, followed by on-the-floor preceptorship. My patient load was 8 (critical care) patients. Typically 5-7 of these patients were on telemetry. I received a total of 6 weeks of preceptorship. On my first night off preceptorship, I hung the wrong IV fluids on a patient and was let go. Received many communications from former co-workers expressing their disappointment over how it was handled. The staff was quite supportive, it was the administration that was prone to in-fighting and turf wars. But this happened five years ago, I assume many things have changed since then, especially as they are now affiliated with NYU.
Emergency Department Cerified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 6, 2015
I have many years of clinical nursing experience, and professionalism. I was staffed in the ER at Lutheran Medical Center truly enjoyed the fast pace of providing patient care.I found out that I want to pursue a nursing career in emergency medicine. My learning experiences at LMC were EKG , phlebotomy. Management I really cannot say are to supportive of their staff, and I need that when I am a dedicated and hard worker.
Senior Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 23, 2015
performed Direct Care and other duties. I learned a lot about Behavioral health, Management was incompetent and didnt foster a team environment. My co workers although skillful were burnt out and culturally insensitive.