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Northwell Health
Northwell Health
1690 reviews
Northwell Health Ratings
Average rating of 1690 reviews on Indeed
3.8Work-Life Balance
3.9Pay & Benefits
3.6Job Security & Advancement
1991 Marcus Avenue Suite 310 Lake Success, NY 11042
More than $10B (USD)
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Emergency Medical Technician | Staten Island, NY | Apr 23, 2015
The Third Reich of EMS
First of all North Shore LIJ thinks they are the best EMS in the city. I say if you want to the be the best PAY THE BEST. Most voluntary hospitals start out at $21 an hour MINIMUM. NSLIJ starts out at $18.40. This also comes along with following their very strict rules. You must be CLEAN SHAVEN at all times for a man. If you have stubble they send you home and you lose a days pay. Also you must have a white shirt under your uniform at all times. Doesn't matter if it -20 degrees out. Must be a white turtle neck. Not even allowed to wear under armour or nike. Their uniforms also make you look like cops, not EMTs. That ugly blue stripe is known in the EMS world as "the people who think they are better then anyone". I have been in EMS for a long time and this is the WORST company I have ever worked for. You arent even allowed to take a Facilities break if you work the 911 side or a 10-100 as we know it. For those of you that dont know what a 10-100 it is, its a 20 min meal break that the FDNY lets you have. NSLIJ frowns upon it. FDNY runs all the EMS in the city by the way. Doesnt matter if your ambulance says North Shore on it, you must still abide by the FDNY rules. The bosses here are also a joke. We had a job for a broken hip and I went to grab the KED instead of the long board splints. If you work in EMS you know the KED is also an acceptable form of stabilization for a hip fracture. According to North Shore, that is wrong and they threatened to fire me. I am speaking for t
Prosgood fleet, free uniforms.
Consbosses, co workers, no lunch break, cocky workers, low pay.
Supervisor | New York, NY | Jun 18, 2016
middle managers are not valued at northwell health
I have worked as a supervisor for Northwell health for over 10 years. In the past, there was a great level of support for middle managers (supervisors). Recently in the past 4 years, the support level has diminished for supervisors. Northwell health treats supervisors like second class citizens. Sr. Leadership is unsupportive, are too busy going to meetings to take the time to help supervisors develop long-term goals for their divisions. All they know how to do is micro-manage, that's what they think great leadership entails. Sr leadership gets paid for sending e-mails and going to numerous meetings. They always fail to communicate to supervisors about changes in the hospital, since they are too busy attending meetings. The hospital Sr. Leadership in the CBO is very rude and obnoxious. No one responds to your e-mails or phone calls in a timely manner, sometimes supervisors are ignored. At the same time, Sr. Leadership expect supervisors to maintain positive work environments for employees but are hypocrites because they don't show the same level of respect for their supervisors. Supervisors are undervalued and barely recognized for their accomplishments. You only are valued if you brown nose or are in a click. Northwell has a new policy, if a manager/supervisor applies for another internal position, they have to let their director know. This is their new biased way to hold you back from advancing in your career. Promotions are given to lazy young inexperienced Direct
ConsNo respect or support for middle management, micro-management
Manager | Bay Shore, NY | Nov 27, 2020
Your experience can vary greatly depending on location
Depending on your work location, the best and worst parts of your job can vary greatly. If you work directly with patients in the ER, you get the pro of potentially making a huge difference in someone's life/health, but the con of not being able to eat your lunch or go to the bathroom exactly when you want. As with any job, your direct co-workers and managers often play a huge role in job satisfaction. Very upper management seems to have a great outlook and remind us all why we chose to work in healthcare. Particularly in corporate environments, you will sometimes encounter middle management that seems like they spend 50% of their day justifying their job. I realize in any large corporation there will be red tape, but some people wrap everything they do in red tape, adding extra. From my experience, this is the exception and not the rule, but I would not want to be someone working in a cubicle all day. There seems to be amazing teamwork within departments, and decent teamwork across departments. I really do believe this is something Northwell actively works on, and tries to improve. More flexibility in situations unrelated to patient care could be helpful. Recent changes were implemented to help employees see where else in the health system they could move up. Benefits are the best I have had at any job. Part of my job is interviewing for hiring, and I have seen several people who previously worked at Northwell and want to return after working elsewhere. That is
ProsGreat philosophy and messages from upper management
ConsVery large corporation with red tape
Plumber | Long Island, NY | Jul 6, 2019
If you want to punish yourself, work at Long Island Jewish
It would seem, to the workers there, that Engineering employees are there to clean up after them. It is easier to kick a toilet to flush it, instead of not breaking 60 yr old pipes by flushing like a human being. I often wonder if they live like the animals that they are at their own house, the way they do at LIJ. Management was incompetent. You would be better drawing a face on a balloon and talking to it. They didnt care that you were trying to do the right thing, but their own employees were working against them. This SEIU 1199 union was a joke. Probably the most racist and self serving union i have ever been in. Legitimate complaints about management and the plumbing department fell on deaf ears. Oh yeah, and the union big shots got paid under the table to screw us over. Real nice. You didnt want any part of what little OT there was. They make you work for your blood, sweat and tears. I do my research, and there is a big turn around rate for the plumbing shop. For what little money they pay you, it was not worth it. I wish I could get those years back. If, by some chance you DO want to apply to the plumbing department, watch out for the old man who is always picking his nose. Whenever I go back now to get treated, I flush paper towels down the urinal, because why not. Run. Run away from a job here FAST. It's no wonder that the big shot down there had his throat slashed by a disgruntled employee. That's gotta tell ya something. It's been a few yrs since i
ProsHot nurses
ConsWork overload, little pay, sucks away your soul
Recruiter | New York, NY | Oct 19, 2018
Churn and Burn! Proceed if you want, but with caution.
Your success within Talent Acquisition is directly related to the portfolio you are working on. Upon interviewing, I recommend you are clearly informed of exactly which positions within the hospital system you will be working on, otherwise you may be left with improbable at best and impossible at worst odds of having a healthy and productive tenure within this organization (specifically in Talent Acquisition). The goals are quite steep. You will routinely be juggling 70 to 130 requisitions at a time. You will be working with 20 to 35 hiring managers at a time. They will expect 20 to 28 hires per month (based on the titles you are recruiting for). You will be recruiting for potentially 13 different hospitals spaced throughout Long Island and NYC and/or hundreds of ambulatory sites simultaneously. If you are not careful, you can fall into blatant misdirection and/or a lack of support from your leadership, because everyone is so overwhelmed (best case scenario) or they have checked out and is just collecting a check and looking for a fall guy (worst case scenario). I do believe that people have the best of intentions, so I just think people are overwhelmed. There is a reason why this company is constantly looking for new people for their talent acquisition team. Quite frankly it is the perfect place to burn out (with exception of a few non-clinical portfolios). I wish you the best in your professional endeavors, so proceed with caution and know in advance of what you
ProsGood Learning Experience Of What Not To Do
ConsPoor Leadership, Imbalance Of Workload
Administrative Assistant | New York, NY | Nov 25, 2017
Would not recommend Flexstaff
Had a good assignment and all but working 6+ months in a temporary job with no benefits, sick days, vacation days and abysmal hourly pay has been taxing, and extremely disappointing. When you first join Flexstaff, it is stressed that with hard work and dedication you could have a permanent role in the works. Truth is be prepared to be treated like a second rate worker, performing repetitive and tedious mundane tasks for months on end in an environment of hostility and coworkers who will look down on you with little encouragement or regard no matter how qualified or nice you may come across as. Truth is the system looks at Flexstaff as the underbelly for passable and mildly competent yet exploitative labor. Cheap and interchangeable, the only way to reach permanence is to get lucky. Be prepared to send hundreds of resumes and get rejected from everything you apply for when you do get a chance to be eligible to apply for permanent jobs. While your permanent coworkers on site get promoted and acknowledged, you will be lucky if they even offer you something remotely decent after a year of giving your life to an opportunity that holds nothing. After so many months of putting myself to this, I sent resumes to other companies and literally got interviews and responses galore within days yet not even an in person interview with Northwell despite working extremely hard and giving my all in the system.
ProsSite perks, hour lunch
ConsNo benefits, no opportunity, very low pay
Home Attendant | Hempstead, NY | Aug 10, 2013
My experience at North Shore Region Care
Working for Region Care as a home health attendant has been enjoyable for me because I like to work with people. I am assigned a case and how long the case lasts varies depending on the patients' needs. My longest case has been 2 years and 10 months so far and a typical day at work involves me escorting my patient to the doctors office or to a senior club. other duties involved with this position include but are not limited to: bathing my patient, cooking, cleaning, and shopping. So far I have learned how to care for others without depriving them of the ability to do what they can for themselves. The job itself can be very easy but the area that I consider the hardest is when I get a difficult patient. Although they may need the help of an attendant, sometimes my patients don't feel comfortable with me helping them because they value their independence. The most enjoyable part of my job is I get to help people. I have heard from my patients that they appreciate all the help that I am able to give them even if all I did was lift something that may have been to heavy for them. Because I work in the patients homes, I rarely keep contact with my coordinators and supervisors nor do I have co-workers that I see everyday. in the event that something goes wrong I am instructed to notify my office immediately. Other than that my supervising nurse stops by to visit and do a home check up.
Pros40 hours paid vacation once a year
Conshealthcare, no paid holidays, work is not garunteed, poor salary
Paramedic | Syosset, NY | Jan 4, 2021
World Class EMS Provider
Wanted to share a bit about this amazing place. Worked here for about 10 years, was a Paramedic with their Center for EMS starting back in 2000 or so. It was a life changing job for me. They gave me a scholarship to their Paramedic Program which literally pulled me up out of a near poverty situation. After completing their medic school, they promoted me to Paramedic Level. They payed me a good wage and made it possible for me establish myself. They were true professionals that really cared about what they were doing. I felt like the work we were doing was right at the cutting edge of what was possible for Interfacility Critical Care Services. Really few other places could do what we were doing at the time. The training, management, QA/QI, everything was top notch. They showed me it was possible to pursue my dreams and the only reason I left was because I went on to become a Physician Assistant and later a Physician (Yes, I did both!). I even collaborated with them from time to time even after I left to help train other Paramedics in their medic school and critical care classes. I hope to have the chance to work with them again as a doctor mentoring the next generation of EMS professionals after finishing my medical residency. Really, just a great place to work, I miss it like crazy.
ProsRead my review, if you can't figure it out from there, well.... :)
ConsIt was intimidating being around really smart and talented people in the beginning, but I grew in to the role with time.
Cook | New York, NY | Sep 19, 2021
Love my job, hate management
Management has favorites so if you haven’t been there for 20+ years you don’t matter. If part timers work full time we still don’t accumulate full time PTO. If you’re scheduled a full time week and become sick you only get paid for your hired amount of hours even if you were supposed to work full time or have been working full time. Your schedule gets thrown all over the place. You have barely a notice on what days you work now they’ll just put you on whenever they feel like it and not even ask you. I’ve gotten one day notices to work, and not asked. I’m not even hired full time and was forced to be full time. They don’t care about part time employees. Talked to HR they don’t care either. Crying to HR said they will do something and call me back, never heard anything months later. They don’t see part timers as hard working individuals with a life. I see so many people get walked all over and no one sticks up for themselves. I tried to but nothing gets done, just more of me getting spitefully put on the schedule. Everyone talks about each other. It’s like HS all over again. Nothing is confidential with management everyone knows your business. The job is great, the pay is great, some people are great, but managers sucks and the benefits for part timers should change if you’re working full time hours. Salary varies so I’m not going to put a specific amount.
ProsGood amount of breaks, good pay, good benefits/ job
ConsManagement, part timers don’t matter.
Patient Care Technician | Queens, NY | Jun 1, 2019
Northwell Health
Northwell is a wonderful place to work. But; They say they look out for veterans and I have been working there for a year and a half. I was told to let them know what department I wanted to work in so I can get out of Per diem where there is no benefits and the pay isn't enough to pay an electric bill. I have been being ignored and have had to go down to Landlord tenants court to explain to the judge that I have TWO autistic children that need me and I have very little to no money because I m not making livable wage. TWICE, The next time, I might get evicted because although I work for the system, they don't count me as a team member so people who already have full-time jobs with benefits will get the job before me because they're already in the system. I have to move on where I can show what I can do and how important it is for me to help people and still be able to provide for my family.The most enjoyable part of the job is, There are very good people to work with. helpful, courteous and accommodating.
ProsThere are free coffee and tea for co-workers on the floor, there are parades that the system participates in, they have some of the best physicians in the world working in that system..
ConsThat's in the description part.

Questions And Answers about Northwell Health

What is the best part of working at Northwell Health?
Asked Dec 6, 2019
Professional work environment with considerate and caring co workers
Answered May 6, 2022
The hours. That’s about the extent of it for me.
Answered May 2, 2022
How did you get your first interview at Northwell Health?
Asked Jun 16, 2016
Soyconpania delinpiesa
Answered Aug 23, 2019
For 2years or more I would send in appreciation each month. Sometimes the same month
Answered Jul 23, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Northwell Health a better place to work?
Asked Nov 8, 2019
Let someone know that their is absolutely no room for growth in their job, BEFORE they are hired
Answered Apr 18, 2022
Make the hiring process faster, train the recruiters to communicate better with candidates. It shouldn't take months to make a hiring decision. Also pay the mental health staff more.
Answered Apr 28, 2021
What benefits does Northwell Health offer?
Asked Jun 16, 2016
Medical, dental & vision are available after 90 days. There is an employee contribution to benefits and your cost may vary depending on the plan chosen, and if you are a union employee. There are also a lot of additional option benefits like long term disability, supplemental life, etc. After 1 year, there is 403B (401k for non-profit) with matching and tuition assistance. It's the best benefits package for any job either I or my spouse worked, but it's not like the more generous benefits package for government employees.
Answered Aug 31, 2020
Flex Staff no benefits offered
Answered Feb 2, 2019
What is a typical day like for you at Northwell Health?
Asked Mar 15, 2020
Very busy
Answered Jul 5, 2022
Very stressful all day
Answered Jun 27, 2022