PCA (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 17, 2017
Great customer service and communication is very important meaning passing on patient to doctor's or nurses we all take charge in reminding one another of patient care and our responsibilities as nurse/pca or doctors..... work is overall great and especially for patients.
Getting to work everyday on time
not making it to work on time/worrying patient being brought back to be seen....
Business Associate (Current Employee) – 20 york st new haven ct – November 9, 2017
overall I'd describe my job as face paced, its also a place for growth to experience many fields. My manager is excellent and wants everyone to succeed. The only tough part about the job is when a patient passes away and the families are so sad. I enjoy caring for individuals who need companionship they often sit at the front desk with me and I'll make sure they eat or give them activities to keep them occupied.
Senior Accountant/Analyst (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 9, 2017
Very good place to work with decent benefits and a good life/work balance. The hours aren't too crazy unless deadlines need to be met. Definitely rewarded for your work with leaving early and paid lunches. Overall good environment and fun place to work with good people.
Patient Care Associate (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 9, 2017
Yale New Haven Health is a great place to work, and also has great opportunities for advancement. I've been working here for 12 years and have met some amazing staff and most importantly amazing patients and their families.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 7, 2017
A nurse cannot express concerns about patient care or they are retaliated against. They want nurses to do their jobs and shut up. I made excellent money while working there but my work ethics did not match up with the OR philosophy. If you file a complaint they want to sweep it under the rug and if you don't let it go you are a trouble maker and they find the dumbest reasons to intimidate staff.
Licensed Practical Nurse - YNHHS (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 1, 2017
Working for YNHHS is a great place to begin a career. The reputation Yale has is impeccable. Job security is a plus. The wages could be much better. Benefits are comparable or better than other employers. Overall, it's good start to a career.
Patient Care Associate / Pediatrics PCC (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 30, 2017
I love my job at yale new haven hospital. it a amazing time to work in pediatrics and to be able to interact worth all the children. I want to eventually get a business administration and get a different job in a bussines department.
RN (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 24, 2017
Would not recommend anyone to work on Med /Surge floors as an RN. The environment is very high stress and most nursing staff are not welcoming. The work is overwhelming and other RN's will stand by and watch you drown as opposed to helping.
Great employees, but immediate supervisor micromanages
Scheduler, Adult Dental Department (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 12, 2017
A typical day includes taking messages off the phone and trying to return all the calls(impossible), job also entails making appointments for 10 doctors, Management(micromanages) and doesn't provide support to support staff, the culture is mixed, African American,Latin,Muslim, African, Hardest part of job is not getting the adequate support from manager and not being able to complete my job in a timely manner I enjoy working with the public, hence the reason why I am in college as a BSW student
Great company to work
Some supervisors and managers make you feel devalued as a employee
Registered Nurse, Medical ICU (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 11, 2017
This was truly the BEST job I have ever had in all my years in the medical field. Excellent opportunity for learning. It is stressful and ICU staff are many times very competitive and cut-throat, however I have found that in most of my positions.