Student Nurse (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 May 2018
*Exhibited leadership skills and critical thinking by building positive relationship with the interdisciplinary team *Modified nursing skills in assessment and treatment of patients with acute and chronic needs by performing thorough head-to-toe assessments, recognizing abnormalities and identifying appropriate interventions *Demonstrated understanding of theoretical knowledge by developing Roy Care Plan for patients and meeting their needs in timely manner
Graduate Researcher (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 April 2018
Worked at mount Sinai as a Phd student. The research environment provided opportunity to collaborate with other scientists. I would recommend to all graduate students to have a clear vision in mind why they are choosing a career in academia.
MLT (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 October 2017
Set up, organize and prioritize work at the beginning of the shift. It could be a smooth day, or it could be many interruption during your shift. Nevertheless, with the help of our team member, we are always able to complete our daily task.
Support Worker/PCA (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 September 2017
I love working there. the staff and patients were caring and loving as a family. I appreciated the help and cooperation from co workers if i didnt know my job duties. They help me understand that to ajust my stress level down.
Clinical Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Toronto – 15 August 2017
From an administrative perspective, this role provided opportunities to learn about clinic management. I helped all staff by providing technical support with our electronic medical record (EMR), training new staff and residents with the EMR, ordering supplies such as requisitions and vaccines, booking patients for consultations, and processing new patient referrals. Even though these were only some of the tasks I was involved with, my overall job was to ensure that all staff had the support they needed so that they could focus on providing excellent patient care. I have learned that strong administrative support is crucial to the functioning of our clinical space.
Telecommunication Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 August 2017
Working there was one of the best jobs I have ever had. The managements and supervisors was great. I never had any problems working there. Learning all the major systems was made easy every day. Healthy atmosphere to work. Management always had weekly meet, which made all employees feel very important. Safety was very important there and they never put my health or well being at risk. At no time while doing my job did I ever feel pressured. The hospital atmosphere was so relaxing that I really didn't know that it was even work.
Medical Laboratory Student (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 July 2017
The new food court has a large variety and is very welcoming. The management team is very charismatic and warm-hearted. The spiritual services are great and the history of the hospital is very interesting. Al services offered by the hospital are carefully regulated. Overall, it is the best hospital in Toronto!
great food court, convenient location near the University/subway, kind staff, great services