Public Safety Officer (Current Employee), East Meadow, NY – August 7, 2014
The graveyard shift, is a tough shift to work. I've learned to be a team player. Management and co-works work hard and always have each others backs. Recently got married and moved to Rockland County, the commute has be brutal! Helping assist patients and family members makes the job worth while!
I am working here in NUMC for almost three years and have learned alot about coordinating research.
Research Assistant (Current Employee), New York, NY – February 27, 2014
Working as a research assistant my typicasl day at work I usually recruit patients for my research project, take their consents, give them questionare to fill out and follow them up for subsequent visits. I have very good relationship with my co-workers. The hardest part would be follow the psychiatric patients because they don"t maintain their schedule.
Project Manager Bus Development/Ambulatory Care (Current Employee), Hempstead, NY – October 26, 2013
Privileged to be involved in many projects that impact the hospital in all departments. these projects have allowed me to gain a lot of experience along with acquiring a tremendous amount of knowledge on how different parts of the hospital operate.
INTAKE COUNSELOR (Former Employee), East Meadow, NY – September 7, 2013
Pros: civil service with all the perks. such as pension, medical, sick, personal and vacation days as well as the opportunity for advancement.
Cons: at one point of my 11yrs on that job there was a lack of professional supervision.
Enjoyed helping others for a living. The milti team approach to the betterment of the patients was interesting and educational. There were Psychiatrist, psychologist, medical doctors, social workers, nursing and PCAs which contributed to the multi disciplinary approach to treatment, so it was great learning all the aspects of all the disciplines.My – more... coworkers were mostly personable and team players. The hardest part of the job was occasionally the limitations with a referral for continued treatment. The best part was a patients sucess. – less
Radiologic Student (Former Employee), East Meadow, NY – August 6, 2013
Nassau University Medical Center was one of my clinical rotation hospitals. The hospital was a great, and their staff was also wonderful. All the technologists and managers are all willing to help me and teach me. They shared their unique techniques with me, to enhance my skills so I can produce better quality images.