Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 22, 2017
This is one of the best places I have ever worked. My team was great. NYU is a large organization and while most organizations have their faults the structure and strategy at NYU allow it to perform high quality work.
It was an honor to say I worked there with such a great team of intelligent professionals. Innovation was a top part of my job and I truly enjoyed thinking out of the box.
The benefits were great and the time off was exceptional.
Administration & Doctor Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – January 5, 2017
Upon arrival to work go thru emails to see any updates or important information. Plan day according to the printed daily schedule. Arrive patients and direct to appropriate psychiatrist. Document notes, referral, medications.etc.
Intern for Dr. Ernest Chiu, Director of the Helen (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 29, 2016
Observed the doctor assess patients in the plastic surgery and wound care department and discuss their issues, concerns and treatment plan. Witnessed and discussed the doctor's interaction with patients' families, including medical aspects and manner
Great place to work. Staff is very welcoming to new workers.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 26, 2016
Love working for NYU. Managers are very flexible when it comes to scheduling. If your a student, as myself, they will find ways to make sure that your are comfortable with your schuedle and prioritize education for their works.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 18, 2016
I have been satisfied with the job for last four and a half years at NYU Langone. Occasionally, there may be some administration issues when an unusual event occurs - the hospital seems lacking staffs for management, but I learned how to deal with them after my first year. The only downside is there is not much room for improvement/learning.
Associate Ambulatory Transition Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 7, 2016
All departments work great together to get the job done. There's no hesitation to help another coworker. It's also a great learning environment. Everyone is always willing to teach another something new. Allowing you to expand and grow.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 25, 2016
typical day at this job taking patient vitals and preparing them for examination from the doctor. good days and bad days but I always kept a smile on my face because I know most people don't like coming to the doctor. So many different people from different cultures. my co-workers was awesome always a good day.
Fast past work environment where communication with other departments is key.
Finance Administrative (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 28, 2016
NYU Langone was a fast past working environment where deadlines needed to be met immediately. I worked in the finance department at this company. I inputed data, worked proficiently using Microsoft Office applications and setting up routine computer procedures to resolve simple software/hardware problems, accessing emails, electronic records and other basic office support software. Some of my employers were difficult to work with however I've always been able to separate personal from business. Although I may not have agreed with someones process I pride myself on being a good teammate to get a job done.
Inter-Clerkship Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – School of Medicine – January 20, 2016
Typical day of work starts by reading emails and prioritizing your daily task. Prep faculty meetings for each course sessions with follow ups. Weekly meeting with deans and management. Review educational courses with directors. Contact vendors and speakers for special events and training. Collect all data and educational materials needed for the Inter-Clerkship courses. The hardest part of the job was to get all the educators, directors, deans and management to agree to a specific educational course for the clerkship. It was a horrible battle of brains and egos.
Best part of the job was my co-workers who supported me. It was a family type bond that kept me going.
Great people, excellent benefits on health and free education
Micromanagement, Too many directors and management on a single project