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Former Employee - Intern in Chicago, IL
Former Employee - Intern in Chicago, IL

I worked at Mount Sinai Hospital

Pros

Great Experience for New interns

Cons

No pay for new interns

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Pay Interns

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    Great place to work if you want to give back to the community and have fun.

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    Current Employee - Physician in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Physician in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Mount Sinai Hospital

    Pros

    You can help the community. Mt Sinai is located in predominantly lower socioeconomic neighborhood. The patient population is within the full spectrum but there are a number of unisured. It is a great place to work because it feels like you are helping out the community.

    Cons

    The campus is old. The hospital predominantly serves an poor socioeconomic population which puts some fiscal constraints on the management in maintaining the physical plant. You will not find someone playing th piano in the lobby nor mahogany wood tables and chairs in the lobby.

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    Good job in balancing the budget

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    Happy with my choice

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    Current Employee - Physician in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Physician in New York, NY

    I have been working at Mount Sinai Hospital

    Pros

    Amazing community of professionals offers great opportunitiy for lifelong learning from staff, faculty, and patients.

    Cons

    Workload is not light. Balancing family and work is very department-dependent. In many areas, you end up working closely with residents, which overall is a major plus -- on the whole, they are smart, motivated, hard-working folk. However, you depend on them for many essential duties, and they often act as your public face with the patients. So, when you come across one of the poor work ethic, lazy, or just plain unintelligent ones, your month can become really tough.

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    Do more to maintain/retain junior faculty.

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