Receptionist (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – October 9, 2018
Mt morning stated out seen all my friends from yesterday. I learned how too listen to other people problems . The management was ok it could have been better when there was problem you had to fight alone the customer is all ways right no matter what. The work place was diversity which is a great thing. the hardest part of the job was losing my Job that was not my fault. The most enjoyable we were helping people get well.
Quality Assurance Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 3, 2018
Each department has their fair share of work, especially since all of the merges. There is plenty of opportunity to advance if you move to different departments rather than wait for a promotion. Overall, Mt. Sinai is a good place to work, you will definitely learn a lot- but you have to know the right people for advancement.
Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 27, 2018
As a part of my day/night shift as soon as I walk out of report, there were times I immediately got confronted with an admissission and didn’t get a chance to assess my assigned patients until I assessed my admission. I felt that there wasn’t good teamwork which is important on the type of floor I worked on. I learned much with additional skills ie learned about wound care and dealing with pulmonary/ ventilator pts. Management sometimes didn’t care about the staff. They had a tendency to be rigid and had difficulty bending to some staff needs. All they thought about was numbers of patients and not acuity. The floor was made all Telemetry and more and more patients were admitted every night I worked. Some charge nurses didn’t work with staff to help; they had less patients so they were expected to help when they need help but didn’t. I enjoyed coming to work to be with coworkers that will work with me when short handed. Our CNA(or most of them) were not TEAMPLAYERS! It was difficult to delegate tasks to them because they chose to work with only certain RN’s.
Great benefits, 12 hr shifts
Poor teamwork, unable to take lunches because of being short handed in staff
I worked a 42-Bed unit which was very, very face-paced and usually overwhelming day. We had a very supported staff, the Nurses, Supervisors would assist. This position taught me patience, We were one Big Family at Mt. Sinai, we were there for each other in times of trouble. The hardest part of the job is when the Medical Center closed. It divided the Family.
After working for many years the pay was horrible, hard time to request a paid time off, the work place was stressful due to understaff and management never cared to listen to concerns, overall working with the staff was great but communication between management and employee IS HORRIBLE!
Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 24, 2018
I love working for this company , I’ve learned so much since I started working, it’s just a little difficult to get to work and back home, I would find it easier to get to work from a location closer to home but I would highly recommend mount Sinai hospital as an employer
Wont Say (Former Employee) – Miami Beach, FL – August 30, 2018
Mount Sinai is based on a beautiful Campus. Most staff and managers are quite helpful and courteous. The CEO is not an ethical person. He has ruined many careers with his choices. He places untrained unqualified persons in positions to ensure loyalty.
AccuStaff Temp. Service (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 29, 2018
Working environment was fast paced with varied duties and considered of office and outside duties. The staff was hard-working but satisfied. The management was fair and accepting of new ideas for accomplishing assigned tasks and was always willing to listen.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT II (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 9, 2018
I loved my job at Mount Sinai, however, management needs to be trained on how to better manage employees. Shortage of staff at times imposed a huge burden on individuals. Poor compensation for high stressed work environment.