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"A good place to start out, as there are many learning opportunities available."

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Current Employee - Physical Therapist in Staten Island, NY
Current Employee - Physical Therapist in Staten Island, NY
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I have been working at Staten Island University Hospital full-time (More than a year)

Pros

Excellent hospital to begin a career in, as there are many opportunities to learn new things, and see rare cases.

Cons

The hours were not flexible, it is difficult to get approval to use vacation time, and taking sick days is frowned upon.

Advice to Management

My advice is to be more flexible with your employees, and reward good work ethic more frequently.

Other Employee Reviews for Staten Island University Hospital

  1. "WOULD NOT RECOMMEND"

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    Former Employee - EMT in Staten Island, NY
    Former Employee - EMT in Staten Island, NY
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at Staten Island University Hospital part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Cowworkers were nice. Enjoyed my time with the patients.

    Cons

    Management was rigid. EMS supervisor was rude. FDNY bosses looked for reasons to write you up.


  2. "Med/Surge RN at SIUH"

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    Current Employee - MED/SURG RN in Staten Island, NY
    Current Employee - MED/SURG RN in Staten Island, NY
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Hospital is in close proximity to home and training opportunities are made highly available both in the classroom and online.

    Cons

    Training is available only at the discretion of departmental managers. Work is not fairly distributed. Managers do not compliment staff on performance regularly.

    Advice to Management

    Be more attentive to staff members' concerns. Allow all staff training opportunities, as opposed to having it mostly selective. Be supportive of staff members.

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