Northwell is proud to announce the launch of The Management Accelerator and the Executive Leadership Program in partnership with McKinsey and Company, which is designed to support the advancement of diverse leaders within an organization. More than 60 Northwell leaders will take part in a six-month mentorship program that will help them hone their leadership capabilities and management skills through expert coaching in support of achieving their C-suite professional aspirations.
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Every year, Northwell team members can rely on tried and true employee wellness programs and they can trust in the implementation of new initiatives designed to create a happy, safe, and healthy work environment. Our well-being programs aren’t meant to be checked at the door when employees finish their shifts; many of the resources and activities are devised with employees and their families in mind.
Imagine seeing yourself and your daughter on the jumbotron screen at Madison Square Garden? That is what happened for La’Dreamer Lark this fall when she was invited to Essential Workers Night presented by Northwell Health and named this year’s “Community Captain” in honor of the nonprofit she and her daughter founded. It would be a memorable moment to say the least and in La’Dreamer Lark’s own words, “it was life changing.”
In our latest Northwell Community series video, WPIX’s Mr. G discusses the impact of Northwell’s VALOR BERG (business employee resource group) on the veteran community and their families with team members Victoria Hagemann, MSW, social worker at Zucker Hillside Hospital and Craig Washington, director of distribution operations at Northwell Health.
Expand the view of your career path by taking a look at our imaging opportunities. Discover a career well cared for at Northwell Health.
As always, Northwell levels up when it comes to standards for having a positive work environment. With business employee resource groups (BERGs) like N-ABLE, our organization aims to remain open to learning about best practices so that all voices are heard and so that the workplace is a space conducive to making everyone feel like they are encouraged to be truly themselves.
What happens after a patient is discharged from our hospitals? That’s when the transitional care management (TCM) team steps up to the plate. Read our blog to learn what makes TCM senior program manager Chris Choi say, “I love that I contribute toward the health care of thousands of patients.”
Westchester, known for outdoorsy fun and chic shopping hubs in the Hudson Valley, is also home to two award-winning hospitals, each recognized for the care they give and the positive work environment they provide Northwell Health employees: Phelps Hospital (Phelps) and Northern Westchester Hospital (NWH).
In honor of Women in Medicine Month, we spoke with Chunyan Li, PhD (EE), and Christina Brennan, MD, MBA — two exceptional leaders at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research — about their experiences and their thoughts on encouraging women to pursue careers in science.
As part of our continuing Northwell Community series, WPIX’s Mr. G interviewed two of our team members about our Latinx BERG. We ask you to watch our latest video in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, which kicked off on September 15th, to learn how this BERG positively impacts our employees and the diverse patients they serve.
Each summer, Northwell Health hosts the Healthcare Management Program (HMP), a paid internship for college juniors interested in learning about the administrative side of healthcare. We connected with a mentor and participant from this summer’s internship to get an inside look at what the 10-week program has to offer. Read our blog to learn more.
Impacting community health requires a combination of compassionate employees dedicated to helping people and a health system committed to keeping the “care” in healthcare—and that’s the case with the Northwell Health Solutions team. This commitment from a health system alone may be what some candidates expect when seeking a career in health care, but as Jessica and Alexis quickly learned, at Northwell you’ll also raise your career expectations.
There has never been a better time to join the PBMC team. As our health services grow, our nurses are able to work in a community setting within a department that is continually being updated and expanded to enhance the patient experience.
We spoke with Michael H. Goldberg, executive director at Long Island Jewish Medical Center (LIJMC), about his dedication to making wellness a top priority for employees at LIJMC and all of Northwell Health. Michael’s healthy initiatives have had a real impact throughout the health system — and with tens of thousands of followers on social media, Michael has inspired people far beyond the walls of LIJMC with his passion for healthy living at home and at work.
A career in pharmacy at Northwell Health means having several opportunities to make an impact on the wellbeing of our communities. As a Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For®, Northwell offers competitive benefits such as tuition reimbursement and educational advancement classes through the Center for Learning and Innovation. We took the liberty of highlighting the various pharmacy specialties for you below to jump start your exploration for a career well cared for.
Since joining Northwell in 2008, Maxine Carrington has served in progressively responsible leadership roles and has successfully driven team member engagement and development at every layer of the health system.
A simple thank you wasn’t enough. Northwell wanted to celebrate and thank all employees for their courage, determination and dedication throughout the pandemic and every day. Northwell Celebrates was launched as a multi-faceted token of appreciation. It is a series of events, activities and experiences curated for the enjoyment of employees and their families all summer long.
A career as a home health aide is multi-faceted. Never a dull moment as you coordinate patient care with a team of nurses. Each unique patient comes with their own care plan and needs, and Northwell provides the training to meet those needs and assist the patient on a path to better health. “The RN who taught the course was a great instructor who answered all of our questions. I learned about patient care, safety, HIPPA compliance, and received many other home care instructions that prepared me for my role,” Jeanette says. When asked about the training course, Sandra Chin added, “The course is three weeks long, but very informative, and one of the best things is that I met some wonderful people.”
When asked what inspired her to grow her career at Northwell, Angela explains, “My years as a nursing assistant provided me with firsthand knowledge of patients’ experiences, and the day-to-day efforts of frontline heroes. Those moments inspired me to keep pushing myself to be their voice and to help create an environment that brings smiles to all.”
Seeing the Northwell Health Nurse Choir on America’s Got Talent reinforces what so many Northwell employees believe: Northwell is a place that is open to our endeavors be they personal or professional.
These nurses did not know each other prior to forming the choir but found it easy to make a connection through the power of music and a common passion for nursing at Northwell. Joining their voices from across the health system, the Northwell Health Nurse Choir aimed to inspire America – and they have!
Meet Samara Robb, a senior medical assistant at Northwell Health Physician Partners, who found the motivation to grow in her career through the positive culture at Northwell. Read our blog to learn how her experiences drive her to strive for more.
“There is no better feeling than being able to instantly help a neonatal, infant or pediatric patient by performing life-saving surgery.” – Anthony Bracco, Cardiac OR Nurse at Cohen Children’s Medical Center
Continue celebrating Pride Month with us by watching our latest Northwell Community series video where Wayne A. Kawadler, Edward Fraser, and Kimberly R. Schwalb explain how the Expressions BERG (Business Employee Resource Group) has provided a positive space for our LGBTQIA+ community members.
At Northwell differences are celebrated and advocacy is encouraged. In recognition of Pride month, read our blog to learn how a commitment to diversity and inclusion inspired two employees to get involved and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.
As vice president of workforce safety, Joe Molloy is responsible for ensuring a safe work environment for our 76,000-strong Northwell employees. We spoke with Joe Molloy to learn more about how this department keeps safety a top priority.