Questions and Answers about Yale New Haven Health

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What is the interview process like?


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If your interview is towards the afternoon or end of the day, expect that that person interviewing you had already interviewed ten people before yumthay dame day. They may come off rude, annoyed and tired during the interview. My recommendation would be to get that interview in first thing in the morning


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HR is where you start then with the department supervisor. It's very low key and comfortable. Everyone is nice.

Answered - Sonographer (Current Employee) - New Haven, CT

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I went back 3 times and interviewed for the position. The credentialing process is awful. You need a reference from everyone you ever collaborated with, that's not bad if you are a new grad but if you've had a long career it's hard. The people in the credentialing department are very rude.

Answered - Family Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) - New Haven, CT

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The interview process is typical amongst most healthcare facilities.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - New Haven, CT

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Varies per job

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - New Haven, CT

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