Specialist, Internal Communications (Current Employee), Great Neck, NY – January 23, 2015
Pros: benefits, work/life balance
Cons: senior leadership older mentality
North Shore-LIJ Health System is a great place to work. You gain lots of valuable experience, have great work/life balance and receive great benefits. Management is professionally older and hesitant to change and accept new ideas. I enjoy what I do but it is hard to succeed with senior leadership holding me back.
Leadership responsibility for preparation for all timely meals and recurrent service
Environmental Service Aide (Current Employee), long Island, NY – January 14, 2015
Leadership responsibility for preparation for all timely meals and recurrent service Leadership responsibility in all aspects of portions & verification of requisition sheet Fulfillment & coordination for sanitary washing, drying & airborne hygiene
Physician Billing Analyst (Current Employee), New Hyde Park, NY – January 2, 2015
My position is very self sufficient. I come following up on any previously ran queries, follow up on reports that are to be completed I a timely fashion. I report to my manager for any up to date changes on a daily basis. Everyday is a new day to learn different things, mainly with the protocol changes within the department. The most enjoyable part of my job would be those that I work with.
Company has great potential and is trying to be more innovative
UX Architect, Digital Strategist (Former Employee), Great Neck, NY – December 2, 2014
Pros: great hours, great pto
Cons: hard to move up
Typical day ranged from the plethora of projects we had. From the start I had to learn how to manage my time, and set priorities to finish the projects assigned to me. Co-workers were very friendly and some have become very close friends. The hardest part of the job was allotting time to learn new skills, but at the same token the most enjoyable part of the job was taking things I have learned and applying them to projects.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Manhasset, NY – November 5, 2014
Pros: the hours were flexible if you needed to change
Cons: long way to walk from parking lot to office
A typical day at work consisted of answering many phone calls, greeting and directing visitors and staff members, scheduling many meetings and appointments for directors and management staff, running any errands requested from directors and data entry of required files. Overall the management and co-workers were always very friendly and corporative and I learned how the daily operations with the upper executives can be vey hectic and busy well after the rest of the staff has left for the day. The hardest part of the job was trying to coordinate meetings for executives to meet on a specific date but the most enjoyable part of work was how they would always be so pleasant and sometimes playful in causal conversations with you.
Program Manager, Clinical Transformation (Former Employee), Lake Success, NY – November 3, 2014
Program manager for a large health-system initiative. Overall day to day microsoft project building and review. Management of many personalities and titles throughout the organization. Works with hospital leads as the liaison between the field and corporate.
employee (Current Employee), north shore – October 28, 2014
Pros: health insurance
Cons: no advancement, not a fair shot for a job
north shore lij is a great organization however they DO NOT promote advancement with employees that have the qualifications and are looking for a better position. its very hard to get into coding at north shore and even the management and the talent acquisition team are not willing to give employees with a CPC certification a chance in coding. they prefer to bring outside people for positions that should be offered to employees that are already within the health system for years and have the certification as a CPC and not getting the jobs. obviously a person with a CPC right out of school needs someone to give them a shot in coding in order to gain the experience and knowledge as a coder, but our own health system is not willing to do so and we have dedicated years, then whats the point getting certifications and degrees if its not helping our career?
Practice Office Assistant (Former Employee), lake success ny – October 28, 2014
Pros: great team
Cons: no overtime
Prep work station for all reports needed, check all patients for copays, insurance verification, new patient packets, check in patients, check out patients, collect copays, scan all pertaining forms, documents etc.
Pre-Opreative Assistant (Current Employee), Manhasset, NY – July 27, 2014
Pros: getting experience on on different parts of the medical field
Cons: not being compensated for work being done
Transporting patients to OR and assisting in varies surgeries throughout the day, learned to use varies instruments. management helpful and times but no room for growth. I am a people person work well independently but also a team player, my co-workers pitch in when necessary. Hardest part of my day is watching the reaction on a patience face when their taken to the OR, when the Surgrey has been a success.
H.H.A./Home Health Aide (Current Employee), North Shore LIJ – July 8, 2014
Great team to work with and to work for. Everyone helps each other out and helps to make the work environment a better place. My job consists of day to day patient care tasks. Helping people is the most rewarding part of this job.