Intern (Former Employee) – Pre Surgical Testing Unit – June 27, 2015
As you enter the facility, there was always something to print or fax to surgeons and other doctors. In addition, print patient bands to place around the patient's wrist. I learned to keep up with the fast paced environment as well as manage my time. My co- workers were always willing to lend a helping hand if I needed and I was willing to do the same. There was lots of team work in my facility. I loved all the aspects of my job. The most enjoyable for me was interacting with the patients.
Volunteer for the Pre-Med Program (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 19, 2015
This is an educational experience, and I am able to meet new people as well as learn new things in this area. The people are very helpful, and you get to meet new people and speak with the nurses and patients.
housekeeper (Former Employee) – 622 w.168th street – June 4, 2015
good place to work but a bad atmosphere when dealing with co-workers. very local. a fun and great place to work. little to no room to move up. management was not great at all. hardest part of the job was dealing with the co workers. most enjoyable was meeting new people and the diversity the job provided.
Clinical Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – June 3, 2015
Job is decent, but not what I was promised. Management started to stray from their words and it goes against my beliefs. They are taking way more tasks than they can accomplish with the amount of staff we have and expect too much from us with no sort of reward what so ever.
Telecommunications Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 26, 2015
due to people staying in their present jobs it not a lot of room for other to move ahead in the telecommunacation dept. i would like to move on become an program analyst but there is no open position due to people that are analyst have no where to move forward
Biomedical Technician (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 22, 2015
There is a reason they are consistently rated number one in ?NY and on top top 10 in the nation. NYP successfully created a great structure where an employee does not feel like it is a dead end job, hard work and dedication is always rewarded.
Great work environment and room for growth.
Management sometimes seems bit clueless and some have managed to be rather persnickety.
Patient Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – April 30, 2015
its very busy working with all kinds or persons. my day goes by very fast. i learn about people behaviors everyday and my co-workers are excellent. the hardest thing about my job is dealing with the small children.
Intern for VP of Regulatory Affairs (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – April 8, 2015
On the first hour of interning I was expected to hit the ground running. I had to attend a board meeting of the Policy and Procedure for Emergency Management. I had to take take minutes of what was being said, who said it, and then turn in a typed up copy. Later on I shadowed another intern on how day to day activity went around the hospital and what our role was.
Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 6, 2015
Amazing things are happening here. You definitely feel welcome and secured. I would refer this company to others. Many different departments to choose to work in. You are able to advance your career here as well. The hospital holds a good record against other hospitals.
Attending pathologist (Former Employee) – Flushing, NY – January 31, 2015
I would get to work 8 every morning. Look at my slides until 11 then we had a multidisciplinary conference and everyone showed their cases and then we left it to be typed. After lunch I signed out my cases and left 5.