OPERATING ROOM NURSE (Current Employee) – Cortlandt Manor, NY – October 8, 2017
Typical day starts at 7am and goes until 5pm.Night staff continues until 11pm. Days are very busy. Staff is the best part of the job and one looks forward to work with these professionals on a daily basis.
It is a different place now than when i was there.
PCT II (Former Employee) – Peekskill, NY – September 20, 2016
Management was constantly changing and often times proper communication was mishandled making otherwise simple tasks more difficult than they needed to be. Most of my peers were hard working and very caring, they made the shifts bearable.
Radiologic Technologist (Former Employee) – Cortlandt Manor, NY – June 8, 2016
The days were good and I learned a lot from my coworkers. Management was harsh but mostly fair. Doing the paperwork was the longest and hardest part of my job there. Interacting with the patients and taking x rays were the most enjoyable for me.
good enviroment.. At this present moment they can not hire full-time.
Stress Technician- Nuclear Medicine (Current Employee) – Cortlandt Manor, NY – October 4, 2013
I enjoy working for this hospital. Everyone is nice and friendly. Due to the economy they are not hiring full-time. I am a mom of two children and I need more security for my family. Otherwise I recommend this place to work if you only looking for per-diem position.
Productive work enviornment, patient care experience
Physical Therapist Aide/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cortlandt Manor, NY – April 6, 2012
Announcing patients to the designated therapist, and escorting them to their room. Assisting with any tasks assigned to the patients, and keeping the work environment clean and tidy. Working closely with patients made me realize how much I wanted to go in patient care services. Taking care of a patient as a whole, and listening to their concerns made me want to continue my education. Co-workers became my mentors, which consisted of Physical Therapists. They gave me great advice, reviewed and educated me about their delivery of patient care. The hardest part of the job was the fact that I was the only Physical Therapy Aide, for 10-12 Physical Therapists, and 2-3 Occupational Therapist. Each therapist sometimes had 2-3 patients at one hour, which made it hard for me to announce them when they came in and place them in their rooms. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job was helping patients with their care and recovery of their injury.
great benifits, holiday parties, bbqs, friendly work environment