Patient Care Associate (Former Employee) – New York City, NY – October 8, 2017
go in find out rooms i have go see the patients let them know i will be caring for them for the day take vital see what the needs are for the day and assist them with it i love caring for people diverse to loss one of the patients getting to learn new things
Hospital Volunteer (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – October 2, 2017
While doing volunteer work in Winthrop University Hospital, I took was taught various clerical tasks, from creating folders an charts, to organizing and alphabetizing, to data entry and data retrieval. The Head of the Senior Volunteer program was charming, personable, reasonable, and compassionate. The Home Health Care staff and Human Resources staff just as much. They would usually have me work only one day a week, however.
Ease of larning tasks, friendly staff, work flexibility
non-paid volunteer position, not enough hours, not enough days.
OB/GYN Nurse Technician (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – October 1, 2017
This was where I began to work when I first started my family. My children were seen by Winthrop doctors and my second child was born at Winthrop. I enjoyed working there but the work culture proved to be difficult and oppressive at times but I pushed forward and made it a rewarding experience.
Medical Practice Billing (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – October 1, 2017
Too many unnecessary regulations, while the main focus is productivity vs Ethics Employees ae not treated with equality, each manager have their own set of rules and there is not balance. some employees work more than others. More focus and following the rules set on paper than what makes the most sense.
Registrar (Former Employee) – Garden City, NY – September 29, 2017
Great work it environment. I learned a lot in areas I wasn't strong in and all my go workers were knowledgeable and good to work with. Weekly inservice tests to make sure we have a clear understanding of different things.
Registrar, Emergency Room Department, Admission (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – September 27, 2017
I have my views on what I don't like, but at the end of the day it is a job, so I won't tell the things that happen to me at this hospital.. You have some good benefits as far as your health insurance, I think that Winthrop hospital has some great people working for them, I worked in the Emergency room and the staff is amazing, when it comes to the care of there patients
Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 5, 2017
It was fun to work here. The people were nice and friendly. Always met new people. People coming and going. From all over the place. the other workers helped with whatever they could if you needed it. Overall i loved working for them.
Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – September 3, 2017
I love my job at winthrop I love my coworkers and I love my management team very fair very approachable I look forward to going to work every day I love to help people and take care of people I learn so much about people every day I'm so thankful for the opportunity to work there
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 27, 2017
CNA get about 7-8 patients, the nurses are helpful and eight hour shifts give enough work/life balance. The nurses would help me with my school work (nursing school) and they're very friendly.
At Winthrop you can take the monitor class and broaden your skill set or even go to the unit secertary position. Usually never understaffed and my manager was absolutely the best. Good to use for reference and the assistant managers were nice as well. 11/10
, Executive Assistant to VP Development (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 23, 2017
Overall , I like my job because my colleagues. I think that upper management could be better. Management did not know how to delegate duties properly and were not clear on the their wants or needs at any given time
Intern (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 14, 2017
a great place to gain hospital experience and people skills. I was a volunteer working in the hoag floor, a great place to be to gain patient experience. I was also a secretary at the front desk, a great way to earn people skills.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Mineola, NY – August 7, 2017
Volunteering was an excllent experience for me. I worked with mostly the nutrition department. I would go to different sections of the hospital, and read patients their menus. Once I made my rounds, I logged in the menus, and made sure patients received their proper nutrition.
Medical Secretary I (Current Employee) – Mineola, NY – July 19, 2017
The Internal Medicine practice I work at is a "nice work environment." There are several unprofessional and lack of communication issues. The management does not follow-through on the requests the employees give. It is not an environment for a young, drive, ambitious, smart individual to be in.