Environmental Services (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 6, 2016
Productive and Spiritual place for employees that generally love to take care of patients. It's a lot of times that the hospital Sacrifices their life to care of the citizens to make them well. Also, they are willing to take in patients that doesn't have insurance and take in for wellness.
Social Worker (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 2, 2016
Rewarding role in high pressure psych dept. More emphasis is now being placed on training within the SW dept and this is very positive. Supervision however is not sufficiently rigorous from skills-building clinical perspective.
Senior Billing Expediter III (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 19, 2016
A fast pace environment, filled with family oriented coworkers and management. The hardest part of this job would be trying to fit the most patients within our doctors busy schedule, The most enjoyable part of the job is having our patients come back for a follow up with a healthy and happy dx.
Having our patients come back for a follow up with a healthy and happy dx.
Trying to fit the most patients within our doctors busy schedule
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – May 10, 2016
Human resource very helpful...disappointed with treatment from management and their lack of knowledge in patient care. Expected to help make a difference and ensure accuracy was implemented when handling specimens.Suprisingly laboratory was very unorganized...was hired under false pretenses of workflow being more frequent.Managerment was very unprofessional and were worried about inappropriate things that weren't benefitting the workplace.
Medical Clerical Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 9, 2016
I was here as a temp. I would have learned more had I been here longer. I worked here on a temp assignment. I liked the people I worked with> The manager was new and overwhelmed so things didn't run smoothly in the department.
Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 29, 2016
They had terrible ventilation and people are really unhappy there. I have a fun personality, but I guess you can't be happy in a hospital. They are cheap don't expect any extras. The worse thing about that place is the staff bathrooms old and dirty.
Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – April 27, 2016
This was one of those jobs I took just to get the experience after I past my boards. I hated my job and I never felt like I fit. My PT made me feel like he was unapproachable. I never ate lunch in the PT department I would eat in the nursing lounge. A typical work day for me would be to come into work in the morning to get my assignment and worked until I finished.
Real Estate Services (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 14, 2016
Mount Sinai Health System is amazing and beautiful place to work. I gain a lot of experiences during my intern. I learned how to be professional, responsibilities and communication skills. My co-workers are adorable and approachable. I enjoy work there, they treated me like I have work there for long time with them, they welcome me everyday I went to my intern. I wish I could work with them again
Patient Care Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 13, 2016
Excellent educational opportunities. Excellent opportunity to move your career to next level (Management opportunities). Many health cares disciplines to choose from. Wide range of positions for nurses at this institution.
Administrative Coordinator of FMD Research (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 31, 2016
Mount Sinai offers a great benefit package. Mount Sinai also has competitive salaries.Administrative, clerical, and managerial professionals ensure that our business operations run smoothly, while also working with our clinical leaders to apply new technology solutions and creative thinking that further our mission. Whether you’re in accounting, human resources, administration, legal, or another department, the expertise you contribute to our daily operations is critical to our continued success. If you’re looking to join a team of innovators and thought leaders that are transforming the future of healthcare then come explore the limitless possibilities behind the badge.
Fire Guard (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 30, 2016
Working with Mount Sinai hospital as a fire guard will enlighten your day each and every time you walk in and ready to start your shift. Staffs inside the hospital are such great exciting people to work with. There's so much positive energy, motivation from everyone, clean and great environment to work around. The hardest part of the job would have to be when all the staffs leaves the clinic at night and I would have to patrol the building on my own or with my partner. The most enjoyable part would probably be meeting new people, different patients and workers coming in and out the clinic, having the kids know you and feel comfortable enough to run up to you and give you hugs and tell you stories about how their day went; everything is worth it in my opinion. Knowing that you made someone else's day, and even better knowing it was only because of your presence. Exactly why communication skills are a MUST in any company along with building peoples loyalty.