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Catholic Health Services of Long Island Registered Nurse Reviews

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  1. "Registered Nurse"

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      Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Bohemia, NY

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island for more than 4 years

      Pros

      community hospital that promotes team work

      Cons

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      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2015-05-11
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      Former Employee - Registered Nurse 
      Recommends
      Neutral Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I worked at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than 2 years

      Pros

      great environment to learn. from

      Cons

      always shortage of registered nurses

      Advice to Management

      better patient ratios

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2018-09-09
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      Current Employee - Staff RN 

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      in general the people are nice

      Cons

      in general i didnt find bad things

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2017-11-07
    • Helpful (1)

      "St. Francis hospital"

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      Former Employee - Registered Nurse in Roslyn, NY
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I worked at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than 2 years

      Pros

      Learn a lot in regards to telemetry/cardiac

      Cons

      Treat you like a slave, mean and condescending to new nurses. No new nurse support, patient ratios too high for acute patients (7:1). No lunch breaks ever offered on my floor. 1.5yrs working here and never got a lunch break. No nurse autonomy, no trust in nurses. Bullying among nurses and management. Negative environment. Culture of blame. Very high turnover, stress level and responsibility of nurses are too high. Not...

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      Advice to Management

      Lower your ratios and make your nurses happy if you want your nurses to last

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2017-05-23
    • "Registered Nuse, Medical Surgical Unit"

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      Current Employee - RN Med/Surg in Los Angeles, CA
      Recommends
      Neutral Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      They have good benefits and competitive pay

      Cons

      Flexibility required to work, long hours

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2017-02-27
    • "Registered Nurse"

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      Current Employee - Registered Nurse in Rockville Centre, NY
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
      No opinion of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than 4 years

      Pros

      Small, family like environment. Everyone knows everyone's name. Noticably excellent team work on most all units.

      Cons

      Short staffed everywhere (nurses, physicians, PCAs, secretaries, housekeeping, pharmacists- you name it and they short staff it), on the lower spectrum of Long island hospital salaries.

      Advice to Management

      Give your workers the means to do the great work they were meant to do.

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2017-01-25
    • "Not a good time"

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      Current Employee - RN 
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook
      Disapproves of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time

      Pros

      Depending on your direct manager flexible with school schedule and easy to get tuition assistance. Recently started to hire and promote with in more.

      Cons

      Lost magnet status, poor management upper and local, dire staffing, lack of working equipment. Reversal of clinical ladder-raise system meaning without a masters cannot move up pay scale. All problems lead to the nurse at fault. Poor nurse-Doctor relations. Inability to retain staff.

      Advice to Management

      Value your staff and have a clear goal, message and plan. Take real steps to develop leadership and move toward it in a positive and cohesive manner.

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2016-07-24
    • "Worked for 20 years"

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      Current Employee - Staff RN in Islip, NY
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook
      Disapproves of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island full-time for more than 20 years

      Pros

      Great people to work with, has pretty good benefits, and salary is pretty decent. Worked on a really nice unit for the past few years with great nurses, need to leave due to hours/shifts

      Cons

      Management is trained to make money instead of taking care of patients and employees. They don't care that you haven't eaten all day or even had a chance to use the restroom in last 12 hrs

      Advice to Management

      Step down and see what happens on a day to day basis

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2016-02-17
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      "Registered Nurse"

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      Current Employee - Registered Nurse 
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook
      Disapproves of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island

      Pros

      Benefits are pretty good and have choices for supplemental insurances with great costs

      Cons

      no room for advancement. The management is poor and does not aid in your assistance if you are having issues. Many people have multiple titles because of who they know. There is no union so rules are just made up as they go along.

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2016-02-01
    • "rn"

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      Current Employee - Staff RN in Los Angeles, CA
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Catholic Health Services of Long Island

      Pros

      Great place to work great supervisors.

      Cons

      Salary is low , work weekends

      Advice to Management

      Keep up the great work.

      Catholic Health Services of Long Island2015-11-17
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