Office Coordinator (Current Employee) – Garden City, NY – November 16, 2016
Love working with patients helping them feel better. Can be very stressful. Pay is not that great. working together as a group makes the job easier when co-workers don"t work together its a lot hard. i have been working for this company for 8 years and I have learned so much throw out the years about billing, medical terms, insurances, prior authorizations etc.
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 2, 2016
I learned a lot working during my tenure at Winthrop. I started out as a per diem Registrar and ultimately ended my career at the organization as a Senior Systems Analyst. The work environment is very fast paced, and if you are a hard worker will provide you with challenges and opportunities to learn on a daily basis. One of the things I loved most about my job was learning new systems, policies and procedures. Also understanding how the behind the scenes processes and policies affected the patients. With this mindset I always strived to ensure that we were doing what was best for our patients and their families/friends.
Hospital Buyer (Current Employee) – Bethpage, NY – September 1, 2016
Good work environment, friendly coworkers, but very difficult to get a raise. Each area is dependent upon the manager and their management style. Have been trying to get a raise for the past two years but have been denied due to the financial constraints.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – October 31, 2016
Winthrop Hospital has been one of the best working experiences I have ever had. I worked there since 2000 up until 2 years ago. I have to say that between the down to earth doctors, a CEO that remembers your name and always has a friendly greeting, the nurses are Amazing. Everyday for me was a day I looked forward to. I have memories I will cherish for life. typical day busy phones, coordinating schedules, meetings, keeping the doctors on track, a lot of paper work. Hardest part communicating with all the departments to make sure any last minute changes to any schedules were all across the board shared and updated as needed. Best part were all my colleagues just a good environment all around.
RN (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – September 29, 2016
Great experience working there over 10 years. Co-workers make it a family, supportive. Management supports staff. Flexible work schedules. Team work. Excellent place for nurses of all career points, From entry level novice to experienced nurses.
COTA/L (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 9, 2016
acute care/bedside OTA difficult work minimal assistance understaffed lack of supplies poor pay long hours patient care has a high burnout rate high patient case load unrealistic expectations of therapists poor management
Clerical Support Associate (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – June 29, 2016
the management is okay. the day can be hectic or slow, that depends on patients flow. i learned few things here such as how to do admissions and discharges, how the patient flow works, amont other things as well.
ED Technician (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY 11501 – August 2, 2016
I work in the emergency room most days are very hectic and some days are calm. Co workers are awesome we work as a team to get over job done. Our management staff is very good. The hardest part of the job is seeing patients hurt. The most enjoyable is seeing how well we save the lives of every individual who walks through our doors.
Clerical Support Associate (CSA) (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – July 11, 2016
One of the best hospitals I've encountered. The patients come first and there was compassion shown to patients and their families. Very speedy and efficient staff. Management was fair and genuinely concerned about the staff and the well being if the staff.
lunch from Reps and patients, Employee appreciation events regularly
Registered Nurse, Medical ICU/Critical Care (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 4, 2016
My typical day at worki is inclusive of caring for intubated(ventilator dependent) patient, cardiac arrest patient, and patients status post myocardial infarction requiring cardiac catheterization. I work in a fast pace environment that requires rapid decision making.
I learned how do continuous renal replacement therapy, artic sun, impella, chemotherapy desensitization and balloon pump. Winthrop has provided me with a strong educational support system via their nursing educators and continued opportunity to learn.
Dialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Bethpage, NY – June 2, 2016
Love working at this hospital. The only reason why I'm leaving is because moving to Florida. The co-workers are amazing and management is top notch. Location is key for me and its perfect. The hardest part is the crazy hours but I manage.
New Opportunities filled with positive reinforcement
Registrar (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – February 8, 2016
Winthrop University Hospital is a great place to start a young career in healthcare. It is a great place to learn, even if you aren't proficient in a certain aspect of your job Winthrop will give you the proper training necessary to excel in your position and better yourself. With Winthrop always expanding with new buildings there are new career opportunities always available and they encourage growth within employees. It is nice where your supervisors/managers do all they can to see their employees excel in their desired field.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 8, 2016
Very active but very rewarding. Great co-workers. Learned a lot about keeping patient information on point. The hardest part is going from the 2nd floor to the basement to Central Supplies to get the needed equipment and bring it up. The best part of the job is receiving free lunch.
Food Service Aide (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – September 7, 2016
Manager is open to any questions and available if needed or not Coworkers are very friendly and helpful Spent time to ensure I understood the steps in training Practice good hand hygiene Prepare and serve food in a clean enviornment