Meet Danielle, a staff nurse in the emergency department at Huntington Hospital, inspired by a culture of patient-centered care and team member wellness
Danielle Mayhew, RN, BSN, CVRN-BC, is a full-time staff nurse in the emergency department (ED) at Huntington Hospital, facing a fast-paced environment for which she feels both supported and inspired by her managers and team members to succeed. What Danielle loves most about working as a registered nurse (RN) in the ED at Northwell, is that every day is different, and she gets to see a little bit of everything due to the range of ailments we see and treat at Northwell. She takes care of emergency patients with broken bones and abdominal pains to car accident victims and those who are critically ill.
When Danielle started her career with us in 2018 as a throughout nurse taking care of admitted patients, it was her training, that helped prepare her for her current position in the ED. During that time, she was able to get great experience with medical, surgical and telemetry patients while being in the emergency room setting.
After realizing she had a passion for emergency medicine, Danielle transitioned to an emergency department RN role in 2021. “Northwell has supported my growth by allowing me a smooth transition from throughput RN to ED RN. Throughout my career here, Northwell has provided me with multiple advancement opportunities, including learning the triage process, becoming a charge nurse and preceptor.”
Danielle’s current role frequently places her in triage areas, including walk-in and EMS triage. She also enjoys teaching and sharing her knowledge with new nurses. Danielle emphasized, “The main thing that attracted me to Northwell and keeps me here is the culture around patient-centered care, as well as team member wellness.”
At Northwell, we believe that caring for your overall well-being is key to a happier and healthier you. For this reason, we offer programs and services to support your total well-being based on our five-pillars covering physical, emotional, financial, social and spiritual well-being. With benefits ranging from tuition assistance and reimbursement programs and paid family leave to team walking challenges and medical and retirement plans, plus much more. With all of the wellness initiatives and benefits our team members have access to, Danielle knows how important it is to help educate new nurses on these programs as she advises them to get involved in as many things as possible and try new things, just as she was encouraged to do, so they too can achieve total well-being.
Learn more about Northwell’s wellness benefits and explore our nursing opportunities.
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