Residency Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 11, 2017
It's a good place to work people are friendly lots of patients its a teaching hospital so you have residents and students learning all day.there's one hundred beds for patients and has all the department .
Occupational and Physical Therapy Liaison (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 29, 2016
Working at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center was a great experience. Friendly staff and doctors and management will always work with their staff to accommodate hours of work and school.
Great opportunities for growth and lots of overtime. Wicked Hospital also provided schooling for those who were interested in continuing their education and move up within the hospital and their different departments.
The union delegates alway assisted the staff when there were issues with HR and always fought to make sure the staff did not get fired as well as provided staff with the discipline and corrective plans needed for them to continue with their job and growth.
Free schooling, Great job opportunities and the best Healthcare benefits.
Dental Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 6, 2016
I was lucky I knew someone to get into this hospital. It was interesting to work with 1 &2nd year residents. I rather work with dentist who have been in practice a bit longer. However, the experience wasn't bad. Staff at the time was cool, pay wasn't so great but I managed. Location was good by lots of stores. No affordable benefits or union at the time.
Adult Gerontology Nurse practitioner (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 23, 2016
A typical day at work is seen walks in-patient with variety of complaints and diseases, which makes me to learn a lot. I learned many things that I have only seen on books and for the first time in life. Management is awesome. My co-workers are multicultural and I learn how to go on with them. The hardest part of the job was my first day, after that my job has been a big challenge and I am very happy with this. the most enjoyable part of my job is when patients come to you saying how happy they are because I helped them or just because I listened to them.
Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 20, 2017
• Scheduled, pre-registered, and registered patients for various services; maintained patient demographics data. • Initiated and directed timely assignment of beds for patient’s admission; coordinated beds with supervisor. • Obtained authorizations based on insurance plan contracts; answered multiple phone lines.
Providing greet service to the community is a great reward.
Patient Transporter (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 4, 2014
A typical day at work Is to start the day with a positive outlook and expect the best, hoping that you can help to save a persons life is more than a great reward. Getting along with my co workers makes my job a lot better having conflict at work does not give you the drive to desire to be in that environment, so for me as a friendly individual it makes it easier being a team player. management can be scary at times but for the most part having good communication skills makes it less scary. The hardest part may be analyzing how to approach a patient who is non complaint, the most enjoyable moment is when you can be of service to a patient and put a smile on their face, make them feel better or help to save their life and for the to come back and tell you thank you.
Medical Office Clerk (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 22, 2015
This Hospital is a great place to work for. The environment is very friendly, I love the people that I work with. I have been there for almost two years now, from the very beginning the staff welcomed me with open arms. The staff appreciates the work I do. I am always rewarded with gifts and constant praise, for what I do for them.
As a Volunteer I do receive free lunch, up to $5.00
Scheduling Associate (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 18, 2014
Manage hours using Ultipro payroll system 800 nursing employees time sheets are corrected Their are new managers now My co-workers are very friendly and very helpful. Its like a family atmosphere The hardest part of the job is all the interruptions that I get throughout the day. Staff comes to the office to ask questions and I have to stop working All the thank yous I receive when I help a staff member that couldn't fix an issue that they might have
Medical Case Manager (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 2, 2014
Positive Health Management is a comprehensive HIV primary care and Prevention program that is associated with the ambulatory care system of Wyckoff Heights Medical Center since 1995. The program boosts culturally competent services which are provided by bilingual service providers. Our services are targeted to those living in the communities of Northern Brooklyn and Western Queens. The goal of Positive Health Management is to provide excellent and safe care to persons who are at risk for or who are already infected with HIV. Below is a summary of each of Positive Health Management’s services.
Patient Navigator (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 2, 2015
The management is absolutely atrocious. The way they speak to you , in a condescending manner, micro - manage you and treat you like you are a piece of dirt . Not saying everyone that works there is terrible but most of the staff was rude , especially the management ! There is no job security here. I didn't learn a thing working here, i had to listen to patients actually complain to me about other staff , again , about the management.
Patient Service Acess Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn New York – October 20, 2015
During the past Years with Wyckoff Heights Medical Center I was fortunate to grow with the hopsital during to many changes and upgrades with the physical hospital and with the software and computer systems, I moves to and from various position with in the hospital, WHMC has a very good union which assisted with the moving process. During the times when the hospital made cut back the ensured their employees received employment in another department or with another hospital. overall it was a pleasant experience.
all of management work very hard towards making the workplace a strong financial place
Director of Patient Accounts (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 29, 2014
My day as a director would be to make sure all aspects of billing is attended especially if it affected billing. I learned so much as a director both professionally and mentally, I learned that nothing is hard once you put your mind to deal with it with an open and successfull approach. Dealing with other management team I grew as a person and learned each person strenght is different and I educated myself from the strenght of other managmentt. My team both my mangers and staff is an awesome group and have learned that they were my battle front in everything I did. I continued to say the hardest part of my job was telling an employee he/she will be losing their job due to job cut at the organization. The most enjoyable part of my job was knowning I had a great team of peole to work with on every project.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – March 5, 2013
You never what to expect. Working in a hospital enviorment their are many things that i have encountered yet every experience was quite enjoyable.I learned registration,billing and admitting .Management ran a smooth and productive. They were very hands on and helpful. My co-workers were the best. We were a team. Hardest part of the job i would say being stuck working three shifts. Most enjoyable part was all the experience i gained while working there. I enjoyed working in the Labor & Delivery and the ER are the best departments (and Peds). I loved being a part of new life and enjoyed extending my help in support to those who grieved.
Surgical Technologist (Current Employee) – 374 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn New York – February 21, 2014
A normal day at work starts off very stressful because cases are usually not picked right so you spend most of the time looking for items that should be there. I have learned to deal with all types of different personalities in the Operating Room Management is in transition so everything seems to be changing The hardest part of the job is not having enough supplies which tends to hold up the surgeries from starting. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing the outcome of all the surgeries that I have worked in and speaking with the patients and comforting them in anyway possible.