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New York Hospital Queens President and CEO Stephen S. Mills
Stephen S. Mills
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    Volunteer 2007 neurology and 2012 ER/ED

    Former Employee - Volunteer
    Former Employee - Volunteer

    I worked at New York Hospital Queens as an intern (less than an year)


    I learned to interact and perform in high demanding, stressful and hectic environments.
    Personally grew more patient, understanding, and empathetic, through the patients and visitors and the few nurses , administrative staff, and other clinicians that I had the chance to interact and work with.


    Most of the administrative staff were pleasant and courteous; however many of the nurses were rude. It really depends on which floor your on. I understand that the ER/ED can get hectic and crowded nurses being nasty and rude or unpleasant to patients is wrong, patients are coming because they are in need of assistance even if its the common cold or a small cut on their hand. I felt there were very few nurses (and i am across many of them) that followed ethical and moral codes.

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