Collector (Current Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – July 10, 2017
Mount Sinai is a good place to work, there is a laid back feel to it but not too laid back. Management reminds me of the popular kids in high school, most of them not really there to work or solve problems but to chit chat and socialize (but then reprimand you if you do the same) It's great to gain job experience and then eventually move on to somewhere with better pay and better benefits. PTO is horrendous. I've worked here 3 years and only accrue 6 hours for every 2 weeks i work. Working in other departments might be better?
This position was great in regards to work/life balance. The culture was very nurturing in helping their employees transition to the positions needed and networking. A typical day would involve signing in and making rounds around the medical center in resolving any issues with doctors and patients.
Mount Sinai is located In a nice area in Miami Beach, the facility is clean and beautiful. The employees are very nice and friendly for the most part. In my unit the charge nurses are very knowledgeable and supportive. Directors are willing to accommodate your work schedule to personal or school needs. The pay it's not the best, other facilities pay more than this one. There's child care and a school on campus. Overall I love working here. I plan to stay here for many years to come.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – February 24, 2017
love love love working here. the employees are great to work with very friendly and willing to help you with anything you run into problems with. supervisors are wonderful you'll get along with them well. mount sinai workers are more like family once you join the team
Diet Clerk (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – February 16, 2017
started in the dish room and eventually was granted the opportunity to learn about patient diets and modifications to those diets. Management was okay I guess. for the most part it wasn't all that good. some of the hardest moments at the job was the constant changes in department operations. Other than that the more enjoyable moments for me was knowing that my hard work made a difference in the lives of the patients I got the chance to meet along the way.
beautiful scenery, organized facility
low pay, no job security, short hours, short breaks
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – June 2, 2016
Management was horrible! If there was a problem in the office, they would not do anything about it! Female doctors treated and talked to the staff as if they were "better" than you and let you know that too! ALOT of favoritism, if your not in the "in"crowd, you will be out the door or bullied until you leave. HR DOES NOT do their job well, this is a department that needs a thorough cleaning! So if you do accept a job with this company, you have been warned! You have no chance to grow or transfer offices, nor does HR help you in anyway possible.
ICU Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – May 9, 2015
From a young business graduate student I'm privilege to say Mount Sinai Medical Center Miami Beach is more than professional when caring for all the patients and employees with the S.I.N.A.I way! Mount Sinai is truly a life changing, heart healing and is priceless impact to the unpredictable future to our family, friends and community in the city of Miami, Florida. We love you!
Operation: H.E.A.R.T.S Healthcare Excellence Ethical Behavior Accountability Respect/Caring Teamwork Service before self!
Communication: S.I.N.A.I Smile Introduce Need to know/narrate Answer Impact.
Fundamentals: Mount Sinai Medical Center has over 3,500 employees, 500 volunteers, 672 beds, 26 operating suites and 650 physicians. Mount Sinai was incorporated in March 11, 1946, and opened on its current location on Sunday, December 4, 1949.
For the Future: Each year, Mount Sinai invests $20 million in its teaching programs to train approximately 166 residents and others to be doctors in 17 medical specialties. Mount Sinai’s undergraduate medical education program serves more than 300 students yearly. The allied health program trains more than 500 students for health care professions.
Benefits: Competitive salaries, medical, dental and prescription drug United Medical Health Insurance, 19 days paid time off, VALIC that stands for Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company 403(b) plan that matches 100%, an onsite credit union, on site health coach, free online CEU program, discount on meals and tuition reimbursement if full time employee.
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Mount Sinai Medical Center is the only hospital in Florida to win this award three times in a row and one of only 23 hospitals nationwide, which puts us among the top .15% of all accredited cancer programs in the country.
I hope this information better helped you in what Mount Sinai is truly stand for and is.
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Physician Practice Coordinator (Current Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – July 15, 2013
Everyone is very nice and easy to contact and communicate with. Management seems to be controlling the work environment in a proper and professional way. However, it is having trouble adapting to the fast pace in growth. I get along with my coworkers and superiors. I have no complaints about working for this organization.
Office Coordinator for Primary Care Clinic (Current Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – April 2, 2013
- Start at 8:30AM on the dot. - View upcoming schedule for the day - Prepare billing. - Prepare daily meeting - Manage five staff members under my supervision - Hardest part of the day is to manage staff - Most enjoyable part of the job is the see improvement and results