I applied online and interviewed at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore.
Interview Details – Must apply online. Internal recruiter called in 2 days, interview set up 3 days later with department Director. Offered job at the end of the interview and accepted.
Interview Question – Easy interview where interviewer did most of the talking about organization. No tough questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Asked for $10K more than top salary range offered & got it.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore in December 2008.
Interview Details – Was what I expected an interview process to be. I asked to meet with staff on the unit, attendings and ancillary services which I found helpful. Credentialing process was lengthy.
Negotiation Details – Ask for a signed contract. Negotiations don't mean anything if the agreed upon terms don't happen. Be sure there is a detailed orientation. As a mid-level, your license is on the line. Be sure safety measures are implemented regarding documentation, infection control, consents, etc. Ask how long managers/attendings have worked for institution. Unfortunately, management turnover and "resignations" are common. Be prepared for communication with executives to be minimal despite the open door policy. Private physicians are catered to which equates to a lot of whining! Physicians that are employees seem very unhappy.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore in May 2007.
Interview Details – The interview process here is far more detailed than an interview for an admin position need be. It was unorganized, everyone ran over, no one seemed to know what the duties would be, and people bad mouthed the previous person.
If you interview here, keep your opinions to yourself because you'll be inundated with others opinions.
Interview Question – What was the most difficult task you've ever had to do and what did you do to resolve it? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was NO negotiation. I was offered the job $6k MORE than I asked for.
The interview process was painful and rife with unprofessional people - but they made up for it by offering me more than I asked for.
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