Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 8, 2018
A typical work day has you looking for your coworker while you are working hard. Highly understaffed and management expects one person to do the job of five. Management does not give any incentives for your hard work; all they do is deny your requests for days off and take away your Mondays off for working the weekend.
Manager (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 3, 2018
Management is out to lunch, it is impossible to get anything done. Much of the staff seems like they only work there because they can't find anything better. The staff that is actually dedicated and passionate about what they do spend the whole day putting out fires due to poor infrastructure.
Summer Hospital Volunteer (Former Employee) – Wyckoff, NY – October 18, 2017
I was the only volunteer in the entire basement of the hospital so i was used by different departments as a helping hand. Being the assistant to the morgue director was a an eye opening experience for a 15 year old student. I learned I cannot stomach being a surgeon as I could barely stomach witnessing an autopsy on a new born baby. But I thoroughly enjoyed spending my time helping in the morgue and blood work department.
Unit Reception Clerk (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 1, 2017
You like a challenge the medical field is for you. The patients vary daily the pace varies daily and amount of changes you would have to adjust to will also change rapidly. Need a challenge the hospital setting is for you.
hospital provides good benefits/incentives. healthy environment
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 2, 2017
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a non profit hospital that serves the Bushwick area in Brooklyn NY. I worked in the PACU and had a flex time schedule working 12 hours x 3/wk. with a rate of 48.00 an hour. I had a very rewarding time working at Wyckoff. Management is very supportive in helping staff advance through encouraging staff to apply for Masteral studies which is fully reimbursed by the hospital. In PACU nurses collaborate well with all members of the healthcare team to give our patients excellent care and treatment in a safe and caring environment. i will definitely recommend Wyckoff Hospital to anyone wanting to work in the tristate area.
reimbursement of advance studies, free uniforms, free seminars
Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 28, 2017
Plan work schedules, hours, assignments, and job duties to ensure adequate staff services are rendered to all areas. Regularly inspect and evaluate physical condition of facility. Provide monthly administrative progress reports relative to short term accomplishments, future short term plans and staff education/training. Schedule major project work, assuring that adequate staff and supplies are available to perform said tasks. Maintain and support facility goals and objectives as they relate to third party patient survey process.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 2, 2017
what I have learned working here is that just like your personal family goals, your work life enviornment is also a kind of family that has daily and life goals. To attain your goals there has to be cohesiveness of skill,desire,tenacity,and passion in what you believe while being considerate of others. Management is a reinforcing asset and always helpful
people and sometimes pts whom are pleasant to work with makes the day go by smoother
Patient Service Associate (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 18, 2017
A typical day was remaining ready for incoming patients and assisting medical staff. Management was always willing to step in to create a very helpful and cheerful atmosphere. The most enjoyable part of my job was just being to assist both staff and patients alike. I learned a lot about the medical field from Wyckoff and it has prepared me in ways that I am most grateful for.
Manager (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 10, 2017
The hospital is in a great location, right off of the L train and with multiple lines of mass transit available. The patient population that utilizes their services is in great need of their services. They have made strides to improve their services.