Respiratory Therapist III (Former Employee) – Stoughton MA – January 19, 2016
A typical night at work consisted of continuing weaning protocols on ventilator patients. Intensive patient assessment. Co-workers were helpful, informative, and receptive to both learning and teaching.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Stoughton, MA – March 13, 2014
New England Sinai Hospital is a great place to work. I have learned a lot while working here that have helped me advance in my nursing career. Sinai Hospital is rehabilitation and respiratory facility that see's a variety of patients. This offers many different learning situations that has helped with my LPN clinicals. New England Sinai Hospital offers a friendly work place environment as well as exceptional patient care.
Long term acute care facility with emphasis on pulmonary rehab
Registered Nurse (RN) (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – October 8, 2013
New England Sinai Hospital was a medicore place to work as it was recently taken over by a large coporate for-profit company with little emphasis on quality of care. Staffing ratio was 6:1 with many very sick patients who needed more time consuming care. At night and on weekends there was only one attending doctor working, and it was difficult to obtain written orders when patients needed something that was not ordered upon admission. Staff worked together well, but most times there just didn't seem to be enough help and support.
complicated patients which led to strong learning experiences
short staffed most shifts, no float pool, eight hour shifts
Administrative Assistant-Support Services (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – September 9, 2012
I enjoyed being the administrative support in every department I worked in. I especially liked the staff and the dedication all of us had in making the hospital the best it could be for patients and their families. My typical day consisted a lot of multi tasking consisting of answering phone, typing memos, work orders, proposals and occasionally updating policies. Responsible for all invoicing, check requests, faxing and filing. Abiity to handle confidential information in a professional manner.
Environmental Services Manager (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – July 3, 2012
I enjoyed working at New England Sinai Hospital for many years until of recent when there were numerous changes in upper management. With the changes came a huge change in the attitudes of many hospital employees from multiple departments. The environment turned to one of instability and hostility.
i enjoyed wirking with and supervising the staff within the environmental services department.
hospital lacked in any kind of structured training in regards to management.
Student Volunteer (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – July 22, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of entering data in to the computer and then going upstairs and keeping company with the coupe of patients who had been assigned to me. That meant playing games, talking helping walk, push in a wheelchair whatever the patient wanted and was allowed. I learned how working in the social work field can be a tough but rewarding experience. The toughest part was having to say goodbye to the patients when I was done for the summer. The most enjoyable part was being able to help the patients and seeing their faces that they knew why I was their and were happy about it.
learned alot about the social work enviornemnt on a first hand basis
volunteer work for school practicum so it lasted only the summer
Consultant (Current Employee) – Stoughton, MA – August 27, 2012
a typical day at work would be coming in and striiping and waxing floors..ive learned that everyone has their own ways of stripping and waxing floors,the hardest part of the job would be dealing with the personel that would not allow us to strip and wax the floors due to the odor of the chemicals.
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Stoughton, MA – June 19, 2013
• Assist with daily activities and personal care. • Taking and recording vitals, and fluid intake and output, as directed. • Reporting observations of the patient to the charged nurse. • Perform all procedures and patient care per hospital policy. • Delivered quality patient care and utilized resources in an effective and efficient manner.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Stoughton, MA – January 30, 2013
I work independantly and with a team, under the supervision of Respiratory Care Director. I work with patients and families on a daily basis. Patient Assessment/education, tracheal care, aerosol/medical gas therapy, NPPV, Viasys mechanical ventilation, and obtain EKG's/ABG;s.