Central Sterile Technician (Former Employee) – 212 west 168th street, ny, ny – July 15, 2016
Very fast paced. Learned a whole lot in my department. co workers were great, you'll have your drama as always but they can only gossip on what you have told them. Some management staff are good. Overall a fairly good place to work.
Liaison specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 9, 2016
A typical day at work consist of registering a high volume of patients and scheduling them for the next appointment, working with the doctors to make sue the schedule we've built them works out with them. Working here has taught me a how to work with patients and how to schedule and register patients it also has taught me how to get a long and be able to work with other co workers who cab be difficult sometimes. Management treats everyone with respect but sometimes have difficulty to see the little things we do for our patients. the hardest part of this job is to be able to juggle a lot of duties and a high volume of patients with out doing mistakes. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to help a patient and having them go home happy because of the great customer service you provided.
Security officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 3, 2016
i worked overnight great experience. Great co workers everyone helps everyone out. Hardest part of the job is staying up overnight . the most enjoyable part of the job is being part of a great organization. I learned is not easy to deal with so many different patients and visitors
Medical Assistant Externshp (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 2, 2016
Even though it was an very busy dermatology office for me it was very interesting, each and everyday I was learning something new, I love leaning and experiencing new things, such as diseases, words, and much more.
Pediatric O.T. clinical specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 27, 2016
The new Supervisor and I were hired simultaneously. Within 2 weeks of my starting job duties she was harshly critical, almost never seeing me but then meeting with a created paper trail of everything she found wrong about me and my work, she was sarcastic and mean spirited. No offer of support, not solution oriented. I have 16 years in this type of work directly and 31 working in general with no other problems. It was the worst 6 weeks in my work experience. Entirely mishandled and made it a nightmare going to work daily even though I liked what I was doing at work
Infection Prevention Liaison (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 25, 2016
Working at NYP has changed my life and helped me grow as a person. My job at NYP entailed communication between my department and all hospital staff. It allowed me to grow as a professional and understand the importance of administrative tasks in the hospital. Although positive for me in every way, the one missing aspect was making helping patients directly. This notion that I wanted to do more than administrative work and directly help the patients led me to becoming a pre-dental student and striving to one day be qualified to help as many people as possible. None of this would've been possible without my time at NYP.
Service Desk Support Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 9, 2016
A typical day at work was an 8 hour shift of on call support to clients within the hospital such as nurse, doctors, hospital staff and other support groups. I learned to be quick when dealing with customers over the phone and to be friendly and efficient when dealing with upset customers. My co-works were extremely helpful, friendly, and hard working. The hardest part of the job was dealing with upset customer and as a service desk with not much physical interaction, trying to help as much as possible when the issue was a hardware problem. i would say the most enjoyable part of the job was being part of such a helpful team as well as the environment, it was able lively, loud and full of energy.
Great team, Good environment, Great company culture
Patient Financial Advisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 4, 2016
dealing with patients, helping the community on a daily basis, i learned to care for others, to be sympathetic. management have a strong lack of leadership not understanding the need of employees. the hardest part of the job is dealing with the overload. however it pleases me to help people.
Certified Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 27, 2016
You learn a great deal in a short amount of time! Great for a student who is interested in what the medical field is like. Also a great place to advance for a better position. Very friendly staff that makes you feel welcome.
One of the top Academic Medical Centers in the country
Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 26, 2016
NYP should not be just renowned for its high quality care but because it is truly a wonderful place to work, filled with people dedicated to doing the right thing every day on behalf of their patients and fellow staff. While being part of a massive matrixed organization is not without its very real frustrations, the compassion and commitment staff members show each other is real and means you will always find support and encouragement for doing the right thing.
Phlebotomy/Electrocardiogram Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 21, 2016
I feel honored working at NY-Prebysterian. My day involves having daily encounters with patients and families making sure they are getting the health services they deserve. As a phlebotomy Tech is not just about drawing a patient's blood and gathering right tubes but also to ensure that when we l leave the patient room the patient and their family member feel satisfied with my services, that their questions were answered, their needs were taken care of and that my smile is never forgotten.
I learn the importance of our values and to implement them to better serve our patients and their families. Is a way of how I can also represent our organization.
The Management team makes me feel this place is more than workplace is like a home. We are like a family. We work to help each other to achieve one common goal, to provide quality services to our patients.
My co-workers are fun people to be around with. We all try to make our day easier by been team players and focus in accomplishing our daily tasks as needed.
The hardest part of the job is not having the right attitude for the job. I find that, when you have the right attitude, you have better outcomes. Your day is better, you feel happier.
The patient trust you and feels more comfortable and positive attitude is always more rewarding.
One of the enjoyable part is that a patient is satisfied with my services, that I have provided quality, excellence and accuracy when performing my job.
Over all great place and nice people to work with.