Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida

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Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida Reviews

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Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida President and CEO Steven D. Sonenreich
Steven D. Sonenreich
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    Medical Assistant

    Former Employee - Medical Assistant  in  Miami Beach, FL
    Former Employee - Medical Assistant in Miami Beach, FL

    I worked at Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    I know in my heart that I have very good experience as a Medical Assistant. I would prefer to work for another department of Mount Sinai as a Medical Assistant.

    Cons

    I work for a GYN/GYN Surgeon Doctor, I would not recommend no one to work there, because they only hired me for three weeks, and then they Laid me off.

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    Don't waste other people time, you make sure you hired the right person, Cause I'm at my very best as a Medical Assistant.

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Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida Interviews

Updated Jul 15, 2014
Updated Jul 15, 2014

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    Registered Respiratory Therapist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Miami Beach, FL
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Miami Beach, FL
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida in June 2010.

    Interview Details

    The interview was fine and I was hired several years ago. It's was the orientation that didn't go well. First of all, the people doing the orientations for new employees were RUDE. I came in with new sneaks pants and a dress shirt. 2 hours later they tell me I don't meet the dressed code Bc I had sneakers. They told me to leave and go to human resource. HOWEVER, I saw new nurses dressed in scrubs, flip flops, Jeans etc. A few weeks later I had to do another orientation. When I was hired I didn't have an updated ID so from my understanding, she told me to bring it after I finish the second schedule orientation. This time I came dressed, showed up in pants, dress shirt the works. At 10 am, the same rude lady who pulled me out the last time, did it again and rudely said goto human resource and don't return!!!!! I'll never forget that!! I went back and she told me I wasn't hired anymore Bc I didn't bring my ID BEFORE ORIENTATION? Which was weird Bc I thought she told me to bring it the day of orientation? I had it that day and showed her. She looked at me and said sorry they decided to not hire me. I explained to her she never told me there was a dressed code, I was drressed nicely both times and at both orientations I attended, there were nurses in scrubs , jeans, flip flops etc. Why are nurses getting special treatment? Not too mention I saw new nurses come to the orientation hours late and they were not asked to leave!!! I would never reapply again from that experience. Besides they are paying 1990 wages. Not worth my trouble if I can't be treated with the same respect as nurses. I learned that from just being humiliated at ORIENTATION. SAD

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    Sinai needs to stop paying wages from the 90's. It's wrong.
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Website www.msmc.com
Headquarters Miami Beach, FL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1946
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Health Care
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida is a not-for-profit acute care teaching hospital providing a comprehensive range of health services to residents of South Florida. The medical center, which boasts some 950 beds, provides general medical and surgical care, as well as specialty care in cardiology (Mount Sinai Heart Institute), neuroscience, oncology, orthopedics, pulmonology, radiology,and other fields. It also participates in clinical research studies and drug trials with an emphasis on cancer, heart, and lung conditions It maintains an inpatient behavioral health unit... More

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