Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Southampton, NY – March 28, 2017
My overall review was that It was quite the working experience.I would come into work early get everything prepared that id be working with that day then my shift would start I would fill up the ice machine , change the garbage cans then start filling the sinks up do the dishes then when everyone left id finish up the dishes then change gabage cans again , sweep and mop the floors.What Ive learned was how to prepare meals for the patients , clean dishes, and clean efficiently.yManagement was horrible the management could never get the schedule right.When someone would call out they couldn't seem to find anyone to cover for them so someone may be doing the other persons job which is unacceptable.The work culture was very bad most people there would start drama and gossip all day long.There was absolutely no part of that job was hard to me.The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing at the end of the day I was knowing helping because I was needed.
free lunches, meeting new people, knowing I was a factor
CNA/Ward Clerk (Current Employee) – Southampton, NY – November 27, 2016
Overall the hospital is great, however, management will promise you more than they are willing to give when hired and then when you've paid your dues and made it into the union you will be turned down time and time again because they dont want to pay out. Sad that healthcare is all about the money at this point.
Interventional Radiology Technologist (Current Employee) – Southampton, NY – November 14, 2016
Excellent and friendly staff, everyone always willing to help each other, great equipment, great place to work or to be a patient. Learned a lot for my co-workers. Everyone always willing to teach each other to improve the hospital
CNA (Current Employee) – Southampton, NY – October 18, 2016
Southampton Hospital is a great place to work. After recently being acquired by Stony Brook Hospital there are expected managerial shifts to be made that should help improve the management. Salary and benefits are on par or better with comparative institutions.
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Southampton, NY 11968 – July 7, 2016
Working at Southampton hospital was a pleasure. Sometimes understaffed as most work places but I learned something new every day. The staff was very pleasant and everyone that was there was always nice. I felt like I did something good every time I left at the end of the day even if I was exhausted.
RN ED (Former Employee) – eastern Long Island NY – February 10, 2016
I did this assignment from May to September every year for 3 years. I worked PACU the rest of the year but ED every summer. Although it seemed like there was adequate staff, the entire staff often missed lunch, and breaks were none existent on days and evenings. The night staff usually had their breaks. My normal shift was 11a to 11p. but because I was housed very close to hospital I often filled in on all the other shifts. This was a teaching hospital for the medical students at Stony Brook Medical school in NY. I often pre-cepted medical students who needed to learn to start IVs or insert catheters. The reason I kept going back to this hospital was the people that worked there. For the most part they were all very good at their jobs and cared a lot for the patients which were a very diverse mix of affluent to migrant workers as this part of NY is still very much a farming community.
Fun, supportive, kind yet tough environment in which to work
Medical Laboratory Scientist (Current Employee) – Southampton, NY – October 3, 2015
The workload can be extreme especially when we are short staffed. But the lab staff in generally is very supportive and inviting. It was a tough start, but there is not a day that goes by that I am not ecstatic about being a member of the SHH family. The wages and benefits are as phenomenal as my co-workers. When I started I knew in under a year that while employed at SHH, I would never work again. Why? Because when you love your job it is no longer consider work. No I am not a manager.
Radiologic Student (Former Employee) – Southampton, NY – August 6, 2013
Southampton Hospital 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.
Enviroment Services (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 19, 2012
Position: Housekeeking I worked 40 hours every week and also overtime. I knew diferent areas at the hospital how diferent it was the cleaning. I worked at the office where I got contact with a lot of people and patiens I gave direction to them when they were lost. I never had problems with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was on weekend when I worked in patitent area I needed to cover to areas at the same time. Sometime both areas needed me at the same time to take care anything. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I met I lot of people I learned companion for the patients. I worked three days at the office and every weekends worked in patients areas. Also I learned the difference between working in a hospital and a house.
vacation, hollydays, benefits
sometimes you did not have time to take the break, coordination
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Southampton, NY – May 24, 2012
I love southampton hospital. This is a small community based hospital that truly does it's best to serve our clients. I work with some of the best clinicians around. Together we have a common goal to be the best little hospital around.