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Yale New Haven Health Employer Reviews

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Emergency Nursing
Registered Nurse Supervisor (Current Employee), New Have Ct.June 11, 2014
The ED is supported by the expertise of multiple medical and surgical specialties, all available to assist in patient management.

The busiest emergency department (ED) in Connecticut with over 132,000 visits annually, The Nursing at Yale-New Haven Hospital is to achieve excellence through continuous improvements and innovation. Inspires a culture that – more... sets new standards for patient care, and fosters a positive, collaborative working environment.

Yale-New Haven is a designated Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma facility, the first and only hospital in the state of Connecticut with this status. – less
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Productive and thorough Nurse
Registered Nurse, CN III (Current Employee), Yale New Haven Hospital, Medicine UnitJune 10, 2014
I work the 36 hours a week, 3, 12 hour PM shifts a week. I work on a 28 bed Medicine unit, mainly Primary Care Clinic patients, who are underprivileged and with many chronic and acute disorders, also including substance abuse, psychological and mental health disorders. My typical patient load is 5-6 patients at night, and i am typically the charge nurse – more... for the night shift, in which I take a full patient load and take on charge responsibilities including overseeing unit. I became an EPIC superuser for my unit when our new computer system went live last year, my clinical skills has placed me a role model for new nurses as well as experienced nurses. I precept many of the new graduates that are hired on our unit. I am recognized my staff members and management. – less
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Productive and educational work experience with interesting people to work with.
Clinical Engineering Intern (Former Employee), New Haven, CTJune 6, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: only 8 hours a week
I would get in at 3:30pm after school, i usually worked 4 hours on any given day. Usually when i came in everyday my work for the day was already at my work bench. My co-workers were helpful when ever i had a question, and they were easy to interact with during breaks at work. The hardest part was trying find workarounds to strange situations that arose – more... on occasion with certain equipment. The most enjoyable aspect of working st Yale was being able to identify with my co-workers, despite large age differences. – less
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I am Yale
ED Utilization Manager / Care Coordinator (Current Employee), New Haven, CTMay 31, 2014
Gives so much pride to be a part of one of the country's top Health Institution.
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Productive and easy going
Phlebotomy Externship (Former Employee), New Haven, CTMay 8, 2014
My externship was productive. I shadowed various people who were very helpful with my training. I learn to use an EKG machine properly, as well as doing venipuctures. The hardest part of the job was getting blood from patients who had rolling veins. The most enjoyable part of the job was completing my work with any complications.
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Productive and laid back day.
Material Handler (Former Employee), New Haven, CTApril 30, 2014
Cons: parking
My typical day at work usually ran smoothly. I delivered the materials ordered to departments in the hospital and I made sure the hallways were cleared and clean of debris. The most enjoyable part of the day was being able to meet and interact with different people, the patients and employees. The co-workers were nice and we all worked together to get – more... the job done. – less
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Fast paced , yet enjoyable to help serve the patients
Foodservice Ambassador (Current Employee), New Haven, CTApril 20, 2014
Room Service brakefast and lunch meals.
Delivery an set up of patient in a timely mannar
Friendly and willingness to help for patient satisfaction
Assist in training
Communication and respect of coworkes
I enjoy this job because nutrition and great service is part of what makes patients heal and also ejoy ther stay.Always wear a smile
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Fast pace enviroment
Emergency Dept Technical Associate (Former Employee), New Haven, CTApril 13, 2014
Pros: high pay scale .great benefits, and other positions to go for.
Cons: too many clicks
Place which was Emergency Deptamant with different cases.
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Enjoyed what I did.
Dietary Aide (Former Employee), New Haven, CTApril 12, 2014
Pros: completing your assignment
Cons: it became tedious
Set up orders, put away supplies that came, clean and sanitize main kitchen, and dishwasher.
Management was nice.
There was teamwork.
The hardest was getting up real early.
Finishing your assignment and going home.
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Yale is a fantastic hospital and a wonderful place to work.
Clinical Nurse II, Med Surg/Infectious Disease (Current Employee), New Haven, CTMarch 24, 2014
Pros: busy pace, psych component with both families and patients
Cons: ready to learn something new and/or narrow my practice
I absolutely love my job as a floor RN on a very busy medical surgical unit. On a given day I am responsible for a variety of patients, including those with chest tubes, wound care, respiratory care (including suctioning, etc.), psych, SI, HI, various substance abuse withdrawals (herion, benzos, alcohol, etc.), pneumonia, ESRD, liver failure, drains – more... and an assortment of other conditions involving infectious disease (MRSA, VRE, TB, and more). I am responsible for starting my own IV's, drawing blood, telemetry and more.
I love the busy pace of my unit, and I love the psych component involving both patient's and families. I especially love end of life care and the family aspect of that as well.
My only purpose in looking elsewhere is to broaden my current scope of experience and perhaps focus more on what I love ... critical care/busy, homecare and/or hospice. – less
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a nice place to work for
Patient Care Associate, Transplant Vascular (Former Employee), New Haven, CTMarch 19, 2014
Pros: if you had a question they found you an answer
Cons: sometime i found favoratisum
a verry busy day ,you get to enteract with people from all walks of life and it feels good to aid them,the hospital gave me a great deal of training, i also had very nice co-workers
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Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (Current Employee), New Haven, CTMarch 16, 2014
Working in a busy inner city Emergency Room has been a valuable experience. It has allowed me to become an exceptional team player, easily adaptable and flexible, and good at multitasking.
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Nice place to work
Administrative (Current Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 27, 2014
I love working within my department. It has its challenges as with any job, but overall a good place to work.
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Reputable organization to work for
Medication Reconciliation Technician (Former Employee), New Haven CTFebruary 26, 2014
Reputable organization to work for, enjoyed my time there.
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Great, very successful company making a diffence in healthcare today
Nurse Application Specialist II (Current Employee), Stratford, CTFebruary 24, 2014
Pros: tools, skills and education provided by the company
Cons: timeline
Typical day of work is a condensed day of building, customizing, optimizing through meetings, conferences and attending to the customer.

Staying organized with multiple daily tasks and difficult timelines is an essential part of being a successful lead analyst on an Epic project.

Working with my co workers has been a complete pleasure each and everyday. – more... My team is filled with knowledgable analysts who all play an important role in the implementation process of our four large hospital institutions. – less
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Enjoy my time for the most part
Credentialed Epic Trainer (Former Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 22, 2014
Pros: coworkers, contacts
Cons: can be very political.
The day usually start at 6am and may run til 5pm. I learn that there a fine balance between one perception and reality. It is hard to get individuals to accept change. As for management they seem so-what fair. There were abundance of great coworkers which may the job very joyful.
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Large health system with an intense culture
Planner (Current Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 20, 2014
Pros: benefits, connection to patient care
Cons: overemphasis on face-time and long hours in the office, difficulty adopting innovation
Yale-New Haven is a large health system that has a culture that values long hours and face time at the office, immediate responses and intense investment in the organization.

The intensity of the culture varies by department and job description.

A typical day for me varies but includes lots of meetings and lots of email, brainstorming, troubleshooting – more... data, and coordinating events.

My co-workers are bright and talented, but frustrated with our department. The hardest part of the job is matching the deliverables with the expectations of turnaround and quality while maintaining work-life balance. The most enjoyable part of the job is providing strategic input into the major decisions of an organization that has an impact on the health and healing of millions, several cities, and on tens of thousands of employees. – less
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Great Experience
Travel nurse (Former Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 18, 2014
Pros: experience
Cons: decided that peds was not something i wanted to pursue
Worked on a pediatric unit. Infant/ Toddler/ school age and adolescent unit. I learned so much at this facility. I felt very fortunate to have taken this assignment
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Awesome Place to work
Patient Care Associate II (Current Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: learning oppertunities
Cons: management a bit short sighted
Dealing with this patient population is very fulfilling and it's a great place to work
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Very high volume
NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST (Former Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 11, 2014
Selected amongst my fellow students to begin working as a paid employee 10 months before graduation day. Enjoyed the work pace and the research opportunities so much. Management was great with me. Coworkers very enjoyable and with many still in contact. Hardest part of the job was no being full time. The most enjoyable part of the job was working on – more... the newest cameras and equipment available. – less

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