I really enjoyed working at HNMC Psychiatric Department
Psychiatric Social Worker (Former Employee) – Emergency Room and Psychiatric Department – June 24, 2018
I would truly love to work, again, at Holy Name Medical Center's Psychiatric Department. Everyone from the staff to the patients were a pleasure to work with and I would Truly be Blessed to work there! MF
The work environment was stressful enough, but you worked with people who all had the same goal. Non competitive. Strong work ethics and growth to always learn more. Ability to work independently but there was always someone available for backup. Place to grow on skills, and learn on new advances especially on new equipment, technology and treatments.
As a nursing student doing my last medical surgery clinical rotations, Holy Name Medical Center was a progressive hospital with great nursing staff that was interested in helping the students while also allowing us to be autonomous.
Cook (Current Employee) – Teaneck, NJ – April 9, 2018
I went to culinary school to learn the arts & to perform my skill set from which I learn in school yet you are limited to your craft. When you are in a restaurant business you are tested & competion is harder yet it bring the best of your ability. In the hospital you are limited & confine to a lesser degree of yourself which doesn't alllow for you grow mentally and spiritually.
Transporter (Former Employee) – Teaneck, NJ – March 16, 2018
The hospital hires and fired they have no respect for people they think we are robots. I would never recommend this place to work or even go. I am shocked the joint commission has not shut them down yet.
Total Rewards Manager (Former Employee) – Teaneck, NJ – March 12, 2018
I would NOT recommend Holy Name Hospital to anyone who is looking for a rewarding career. Those in charge have little to no managerial skills, the nurses and medical staff are obnoxious, the place smells and is very old, unprofessional by all standards.
EVENING SUPERVISOR FOR ENVIRONMENTAL (Former Employee) – Teaneck, NJ – March 5, 2018
If we have more autonomy to work with it would be great, I felt like we didn't need to be micro managed, they had personal pass issues with certain employees ,which they wanted to be discipled , I believe we resolved them and had those employees more productive, but they did not see it that way, so their were some compromising that we had to work with.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Teaneck, NJ – February 23, 2018
As a teamwork the area always is very busy. At any moment you're learning a lot. My manager is a good leader. I love to work with a variety culture. The hardest part of the job it when we can not do what we can do it. The most enjoyable time it is when most of the people of the team agree to it.
I was a reliable, energetic pharmacy technician who was always there when needed and worked odd hours to cover as well as train many technicians throughout the years. Technicians that started after me with less experience were getting more money than i. I worked with many directors who cared about their workers. I always found any drugs they were looking for and any problems always solved. Hardily took breaks to allow other to take their extended breaks. d