Operating Room Materials Manager (Current Employee), New York, NY – March 3, 2014
challenging position that requires you to follow up on your Orders and maintains par level of all supplies and equipment. Also work closely with medical and nursing staff to ensure that proper supplies are on floor and available.
Fast paced, high energy, professional working environment
Customer Service/Selfpay Billing Manager (Current Employee), Manhattan, NY – February 12, 2014
Pros: professional environment
Cons: long days
A typical work day for me is a 10 hour shift. I have learned a lot in regards to management of staff and how to handle patients and their concerns. My coworkers are a positive influence and fun to work with on a day to day basis. The hardest part of my job is managing the 12 FTEs and each of their concerns, learning curves and communication skills. – more... The most enjoyable part of my job is learning something new everyday, as billing technology, and medicine is ever changing and advancing. – less
Accessioning Specialist, (Current Employee), New York, NY – January 31, 2014
I love my current work place. My co-workers are very nice and fun to work with because of team work. Even though we are paid to do our job, we always put in more effort to make our organization and department succeeds.
This is a good place for a novice nurse to gain experiences.
nurse (Former Employee), float – January 8, 2014
Pros: experiences gained and paid the bills
Cons: no breaks for nurses and occassional understaffed.
Well it was an great experience at first .This is Mount Sinai a classy joint ..So then I had mixed reviews as they were very clique like the nurses.Then the aides if they liked you it was a plus .If they didnt all you did and said went to nursing managers .Some of them thought they were the boss of everyone .Loud and obnoxious.There were too many patients – more... in one room.Patients were cramped up like sardines..No waiting or recreation rooms for the patients and family. No chapel or gift shop. Some Doctors never acknowledged the nurses only when things had to be done they were looking for you. When did we lose that sense of humanity? Some of them were all so rude pass right next to you with head held up in the sky. On a good note some nurses did help and it was a hard place to work in with very stressful times..Then people from other departments would be interviewing patients to see if you were doing your job..It was a very uneasy environment. They were very discrete in their actions as well. You would notice people talking to management in front of your face . Very unusual place to work.. – less
RN (Former Employee), Miami Beach, FL – January 6, 2014
Pros: good team work if you are apart of the clique. excellent doctors
Cons: terrible commute
On a typical day you run from you get report until you leave the floor. It is a tough place to work, but if you have good friends your day will be tolerable. Each one help one. I have learned that most of the things taught in school does not apply in the hospital. Isaw a lot of short cuts just to get off the clock on time so you are not spoken to! Management – more... was good and bad: some abused their position- have staff doing their jobs for them; however, most are fair and understanding. I've had Great co-workers that I now call family. The hardest part of my job was working with a bias Nurse Manager who preyed on workers who were not under her thumbs. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the patients and meeting their needs and then to hear them telling their friends and family what they have learned. – less
CST Cardio/thorscic Surgery (Current Employee), Miami Beach, FL – January 6, 2014
Pros: lots of overtime
Cons: not a very nice work environment
Very Busy cardiac program. Preforming minimally invasive cardiac procedures Work environment was very hostile, with members of the team constantly gosiping to the cheif of cardiac surgery to make good with him. Hardest part of the Job was dealing on a day to day with the hostility displayed by all members of the cardiac team as well as the anesithia – more... staff. – less