I have been working at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center full-time (More than 5 years)
Dedicated Staff, willing to learn, respectful and kind. We are all in this rewarding and often tough environment together. I am humbled by the responsibility and sometimes worried if I've been a good enough leader during these 6 years. I love my job.
Please let me know how your experience with us went. If anyone wants to tell me what they think about our people and our service, please call the general number and ask for my assistant. If I'm free, I will speak to you. I might ask one of my colleagues to follow up, but I'll listen to the pros and cons of your experience. And you don't have to tell me who you are, if your shy.
All organizations have bad days, all workers, management and physicians forget on occasion that our patients and their loved ones are often frightened and worried. Sometimes we don't respond in a respectful and kind way. It happens and it is wrong. We are Wyckoff and we always do our best, always respect and always lead with kindness. When we don't and it does happen. When it does we've failed ourselves and our promise as a community hospital. We are a no knucklehead workplace environment. Its hard to be a healthcare and services system in New York and harder still to be a community hospital that is a safety net organization.
Advice to Management
Listen, really listen. Bring your smile and good graces to work everyday. Live by the Golden rule. Respectful always and lead with Kindness.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center (New York, NY) in January 2017.
Easy interview process, as I applied for an internship which was part of the college curriculum. The process was already started by the program director. Basic interview questions, more like a nice conversation between me and the interviewer.
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