Travel RN to per diem staff in ICU (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – July 15, 2015
Pros: good plkace to work/ good experience
Cons: uses a lot of agency/registry nurses at the time i was there
This is a real ICU in the sense that all patients have arterial lines placed by the expert Respiratory Therapists. I have not seen any other places I worked where there are expert RTs. I like the skills day when staff get to practice the different procedures done in ICU
Team Leader Health Information Technician (Current Employee), Baltimore, Maryland – July 7, 2015
Pros: excellent benefits
my typical day at work its busy in the morning then afternoon work is very slow. Learned to stay focus. Management is the worse. Co workers are friendly. Hardest part of the job is just being there. Most enjoyable part of the job is almost time to go home
Pros: structured orientation provided by Education Specialists
Cons: need to work overtime
A Magnet certified organization that cares for it's employees. A strong emphasis on education and self-governance. I loved working with the Operating Room Manager, we made a great team. I also enjoyed – more... the problem solving parts of my job that allowed me to research solutions to current problem issues in the Operating rooms. Interacting with all level of perioperative staff was very rewarding and help contribute to the team feeling with the operating rooms. – less
I enjoyed my time at this position, I gained experience in both the Human Resources field and the Accounting field. It was great on the job training that related to my degree in Business Administration.
Highly motivating and professionally stimulating work environment with values and vision for diversity and personal and business development.
Lead Laboratory Technician (Current Employee), Pathology Department – March 9, 2015
Pros: benefits and diversity
Cons: changing times for a changing world
Everyone is always busy doing their tasks. Management team is motivated and show passion for growth and continuous improvement of services Great working environment layout Work hard to recognize culture and diversity of people, places and values
Pleasant atmosphere that quickly changed in a month.
Temporary Liason of MFM / Labor & Delivery (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – November 27, 2014
In the beginning it was a great place to work with friendly staff but after a month or so, true intentions began to show. Job descriptions and hours needed began to change. Any answers needed for rare situations were unknown, leaving the new person at fault.
Pros: pay for school, you can move around inside the hospital to improve work experience in other departments.
Cons: pricey food, expensive health care, unorganized management, unprofessional managers
Sinai is a great hospital to work and grow at. The environment is warm and welcoming. Everyone from all race and cultures come together to create a peaceful work place. The hardest part of my job is, knowing – more... whats your task for the day. My department "Environmental Service" is very un-organized. You might start your day housekeeping; switch units hours into your day to cover another unit; switched again to do floors. The instability is draining and nerve racking. management has also had many occasions where workers hours were missing from their check causing employees to lose money. – less
case cart technologist (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – November 24, 2013
Cons: short staff, overwork and underpaid
sinai hospital is a good place to work but the management in our department does not have a compassionate heart. she is very controlling, manipulative and selfish manager. she act like she owns the hospital. she is not approachable and does not appreciate or hard work.