This month, we’re proud to introduce to you Benzy Thomas who currently works as a nurse practitioner at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream.
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For Nirva Matteis the key to success at Northwell Health has always been an eagerness to learn and grow. During her 10-year career here, Nirva has worked in multiple jobs and locations throughout the organization and has gained experience that has led her to grow into a leader.
We sat down with Ryon Andersen, AED, Finance at North Shore University Hospital to learn about finance and operations career opportunities in this month’s Appointment With blog.
With the pandemic and temporary suspension of many surgeries, the PACU floor was transformed into a COVID critical care unit and Vicki and her team members were there to help in new ways.
Chandra Bishun-Freeman, a senior medical assistant at Northwell, talks about her rewarding experience volunteering at a COVID-19 testing center in Manhattan.
Teamwork. Loyalty. Problem solving. These are all traits that Michael Ellis, MBA, SPHR, learned in the military that he uses today as a manager in Talent Acquisition at Northwell Health.
The idea of fresh brick oven pizza available within a hospital may seem like a dream, but it’s becoming reality at North Shore University Hospital (NSUH).
As New York became the epicenter of the coronavirus, the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research went into action immediately. Within a month, staff worked tirelessly to lay the groundwork to enroll more than 1,300 patients in seven clinical trials and programs.
Hear from David Gill, PHD on how Employee Experience is creating an exceptional workplace for our team members in this month’s Appointment With.
Last month was Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, which could not have been a more important time to celebrate our AAPI team members working tirelessly as healthcare heroes on the front lines.
Northwell Health Labs has been at the forefront of innovative care before and during COVID-19 Discover how as the fight against COVID-19 evolves, so does the work of our laboratory teams.
Our respiratory care teams have always been critical in patient care, but their role throughout the COVID-19 pandemic was crucial as we battled this respiratory virus.
Read how Elisa Vicari, LCSW has found how staying in touch with families of COVID-19 patients has strengthened bonds and helped provide compassionate care against the odds.
While students may first think of the doctors, nurses, and other clinical professionals working directly with our patients inside our hospitals, there are also many non-clinical career opportunities that students can explore.
Discover how two registered nurses came together during the COVID pandemic to identify a solution to help patients personally connect with our clinical team members through layers of personal protective equipment.
This month, we’re proud to introduce to you Regina Muir who currently works as a pediatric nurse practitioner at Cohen Children’s Medical Center.
Made up of perioperative RNs, surgical technologists, perioperative assistants, and physical therapists, our Prone Teams worked to deliver exceptional care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seeing firsthand the tireless work of our team members, Northwell leadership created Tranquility Tents for team members to meet their mental, physical and emotional needs.
While there are many reasons to join Northwell, check out our top 5 on why perioperative careers are a great path for nurses looking to make an impact.
Registered nurse Ashley went above and beyond for our recovering patients to help them feel at home by starting a “Pick-Me-Up-Pillow” fundraiser.
Discover what makes working at a community hospital unique and how as Chief Nursing Officer, Marianna Vazquez is empowering her nurses at Plainview and Syosset Hospitals.
Cassidy Toben, an assistant nurse manager at Lenox Hill Hospital, finds a new niche as COVID-19 forces health care workers to shift roles.
Read Colleen Conaty’s inspiring experience of working as a registered nurse on the float team at North Shore University Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With our hospitality-driven approach to food service and our team of professionally trained culinary staff, the work we do in the kitchen is essential in our quest to deliver patient satisfaction across all of our departments and redefine health care as a whole.
After graduating early from the Zucker School of Medicine, Alison Laxer, MD, is entering the effort to care for COVID-19 patients.