Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – June 20, 2017
Working at South Nassau has been a great experience. Ive learned some exciting things. This is my first official hospital job and I really love working in a hospital. If giving the chance I will prove that I am a excellent worker.
Assistant to the Nurse Manager (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – July 19, 2016
Even though I report to 3 Nurse Managers and 1 Educator, I feel like I am my own boss. I know what has to be done each day and I know when my deadlines have to met. I really enjoy the job and the people I work with.
Nurse Aide (Current Employee) – oceanside, NY – May 26, 2016
I work the night shift from 11pm -7pm. I am a nurses assistant working with a perdiem schedule. My typical night at work includes taking vitals of my patients, providing comfort and support to my patients. I report to the nurse any concerns or observations of my patients. Both the nurses and the nursing assistants work as a team. The environment is very productive and all the patients are taken care of in a safe and health promoting environment. Management in South Nassau are always helpful and available to assist with any concerns and provide guidance when needed. The hardest part of the job or the most challenging part of the job is ensuring all patients are satisfied with their care. Making patients comfortable and satisfied with their treatment is challenging some of the times but for the most part we succeed as a team. The most enjoyable part of the job is succeeding with excellent care and gratitude from the patients as well as recognition from the nursing staff of my abilities to become an excellent nurse.
Nurse Manager Perinatal Service (Former Employee) – New York – January 28, 2016
Small Community Hospital that has seen monumental growth in the last 15years. Patient care always being the focus. Constantly pushing employees to better themselves, and providing an atmosphere to learn.
Phsycian Assistant, Orthopedics (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – December 29, 2015
SNCH is a small hospital with a big heart. The employees are friendly and many have been patients themselves. As an employee directly involved in patient care, the most rewarding aspects are often the small acts of compassion that can make patients feel like people. The patient load can become heavy and the balance of quality attention in a short amount of time, multitasking and triaging priorities while maintaining composure can be the most difficult part of any job.
Assistant Nurse Manager Family Medicine (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – August 18, 2015
I love the Professionalism, team work, open door policy, excellent benefits, friendly environment to work. availability of resources to do our job, . Enjoy my patients and the opportunities I had to served them. It's a very busy place however we worked together to meet our patients needs.
Utility Student (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – July 24, 2015
Great company to work for and wished that I was able to return but was not due to my pregnancy. Was a great team that I was working with and management was flexible. But the job security was discouraging.
Great working environment
Not able to return due to pregnancy...more time for the maternity
An enjoyable place to work in and working with pleasant staff.
Provisional Board Certified Chaplain (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – May 19, 2015
A typical day at the hospital is doing rounds in the hospital, talking with patients and/or family members. I continue to learn how to deal with situations that come up in the hospital, especially interventions. There really is no hard part of the job and I just enjoy speaking with the patients and/or staff.
Executive Secretary (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – April 15, 2015
My work place is very busy and productive. I learn each day how to be patient. I work more like an assistant manager than an executive secretary. I enjoy working with the people that I work with, really great co-workers. I work hard to stay on top of things