Internship (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 14, 2018
Working as intern... others employees are helpful . Parking is problem in this hospital. Hours are you flexible but too many patients. It’s good learning place for internship. But they’re not interested in foreign students.
Pharmacy Intern (APPE) (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – January 4, 2018
I would describe a typical day at work as smooth. I would help with controlling the business flow of the store or stock. I learned how to cooperate with customers of different ethnicities. The management team could've been better. The job culture is very friendly. The hardest part of the job is having to pick up the slack for others. I worked with a staff with very few male employees. The most enjoyable part of the job would be the creative ideas the staff would create for the holidays.
A great community hospital with a wonderful reputation.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – December 12, 2017
I worked at South Nassau Communities Hospital for 10 years and was fortunate to have worked in three specialty areas. My first 2 and 1/2 yrs. I worked in a 28 bed locked psychiatric unit, which was one of the best environments I have ever worked in. Everyone from the supervising staff to the psych techs were truly compassionate and caring always putting the patient first. I was able to transfer to maternal child health and labor and delivery when I felt the need for a change. I loved my experiences in labor and delivery. Many days were challenging, but overall extremely rewarding.
Opportunity for growth. Great comraderie.
12 hr. night shift work & working on Thanksgiving.
Patient Financial Representative (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – November 14, 2017
Company culture is based on serving the community. Welcoming staff, and Administration . Decent starting pay rate, with increase after probationary period. Room for advancement in multiple departments.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY 11572 – October 24, 2017
fast paced environment however care team very helpful to one another; report briefings on a shift by shift basis and regular patient care assessment. High patient satisfaction due to medical and healthcare team commitment and caring dedication to wholeness.
Assistant to the Nurse Managers (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – September 20, 2017
While working here, I was just starting my career in healthcare management. The organization provided me the basis of what it takes to operate on a management level within a fairly large hospital but lacked the proper HR management. There are many internal issues that occur within HR that are not acceptable for their employees.
Human Resources Associate (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – September 15, 2017
Overall, South Nassau Communities Hospital is a great place to work. it is a multicultural and diverse environment. In the years that I have working there, I have been able to learn a lot about Human Resources and HR laws and regulations.
Secretary - Safety & Security (Former Employee) – Oceanside, NY – September 8, 2017
I worked in the Safety & Security Department as an assistant to the Director. We ran a tight ship and handled various safety & security measures for the hospital. Most enjoyable part of the day was a day without any slips and falls, thefts or accidents.
Manager (Current Employee) – Oceanside, NY – September 5, 2017
A comparison was done and Winthrop, Catholic Health System and Northwell all pay significantly more than South Nassau. South Nassau's Administration is top heavy with over 22 Vice Presidents. The top receive bonuses while employees only receive a 2% raise every October. The health insurance is Blue Cross with high copays at $40 per office visit. The culture is rudeness. Consultants were paid to come in and teach all employees about words that work. Its a sad day when you have to retrain adults had to speak nicely to other co-workers.