Level II Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – May 17, 2017
Great place to work as a Staff RN. Benefits are great, the hardest part of the jobs is the work/life balance. Going from day to night shift puts a toll on your life. Most of the staff are friendly and great to work with. Always putting patients first which is awesome!
Vascular Access Nurse (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – May 10, 2017
It is a good company to work for. Wish the pay was a little higher for LPN's. Nice job to get your foot in the door. After a year they help pay for furthering you education. They encourage you to go on to whatever you want to do.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 23, 2017
I learned many things about data entry and how stress hormones can effect gestation. I learned about child development and how to do visits with the children. It was an interesting and educational experience.
Ambassador (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – January 30, 2017
A typical day at work for me requires answering phone calls. Doing wheel chair transports for patients getting back in forth to there appointments. Giving out directions to the different areas in the hospital, lending out loaner pagers,and logging items in and out of are correspondent log. Working at strong hospital makes me remember how valuable life is. I am so grateful to have my health. The management here is pretty fair, my bosses usually try to accommodate everyone's needs when the can. The hardest part of my job is to walk a family member up to there loved one who is not doing to well. The most enjoyable part of my day is to put a smile on the visitors face, by just saying something sweet or funny.
Great benefits, Diversed workplace, beautiful facility
The employee parking lots are almost a mile away from the job.
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – November 17, 2016
Properly sets up equipment, positions patient and determines proper x-ray exposure in order to produce a high quality radiograph. Able to effectively work in all areas of diagnostic radiology including a designated specialty area. Translates x-ray requisitions in order to verify patient name, date and appropriate exam. Understands and practices the duel identifier system. Produces quality work in a timely manner. Accepts constrictive suggestions about work related tasks and makes changes to improve. Notifies immediate supervisor and/or Hospital Imaging Engineers of equipment malfunctions. Maintains appropriate inventory of supplies in the x-ray rooms. Maintains patient record keeping by properly using the RIS system. Properly identifies images. Handles all radiologic equipment safely and properly including the PACS/CR and DR systems. Assists with the training of new techs. Capable of working independently and rotating thru the on-call schedules.
Strong hospital is a clean and professional place to work
Ambassador and guest services/ social work (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 21, 2016
A typical day at work for me consist of greeting patients, staff, and visitors. looking up inpatient locations, outpatient appointment listings, answering phone calls and assisting with wheelchair transports. Here at my job I've learned to deal with all different types of behavior, whether the patient/visitors are sad, angry, anxious, sarcastic,etc...The management here is awesome in my opinion because they always get back to my needs and a timely fashion. All of my co-workers are team players, the hardest part of my day is to hear about a trauma coming in, I take pride in showing sympathy for the patients love ones and getting them comfortable and familiar with procedures. Once the patients and visitors are in good hands then I know I did my job and that's the most enjoyable part of my day.