NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
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The institution as a whole is great. The culture is definitely one of the best I’ve been around. Unfortunately there is not room for growth in some departments and the commute can be challenging for those not located in Manhattan.


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Great place to work

Great place to work, great people. Great management. Pay is great. Room for growth. Feel appreciated. Always a helping hand in overwhelmingly situations.
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  • Ability to learn new things

Okay to pay bills and master making phone calls

This isn’t a place for a person looking to advance or with dreams. You will find bosses more than leaders. Favoritism is everywhere. Hard to get promoted
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Rewarding experience

I loved volunteering with the kids in the hematology and oncology blood disorders group. The child life specialist gave me so many great tips to facilitate my first few weeks with the children. Some shifts were a bit slow when there weren’t kids in the play area but loved how rewarding it felt to make them smile and laugh before their treatment began.
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Good staff job

Good pay , and resources. Great cardiac department. Bachelors needed to apply. Good job for someone looking for stability and a permanent home. Lots of growth opp.
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busy work place must stay on your p's & q's maintain high levels of cleanliness and follow work policy.

as patient transporter you are constantly on the go helping patients navigate through the hospital. Working here I've learned that everyone has a destination and I play a big role in their journey. Management in this company is very supportive.


cafeteria always had delicious options
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Not the best for new nurses.

NYP flushing ED can do a better job at supporting nurses. The volume of patients does not match the nursing staff. You’re very overworked and it is very disorganized.
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high standards, heavy workload

The workload and high standards can be exhausting. However, the benefits and convenience are worth it compared to other hospitals. There is a strong sense of teamwork. When it comes to bedside it is probably your best option as an RN.
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Working at this place made my day happy and enjoyable.

What is the best part of working at the company?I like the environment , I feels like home and they treat everyone equal with dignity and respect. Is a place to work.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The most stressful part at any company is when you working with someone the he doesn’t want to listen or want to do what ever he wants.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?The work environment is very pleasant and comfortable, and the culture is very varied that really made the place more interesting because I learned something from every person.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Starting the morning and walk in the hallways greeting the people
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It’s a below average place to work

They pride themselves in being number 1 in NYC..well number 2 now.. but their staff is the furthest thing on their priority list. Pay is okay, subpar if you work in the lower Manhattan location (terrible union contract that was signed this year that will be in place for the next 5 years). We will be making no where near the average of other hospitals in the area (hopefully we can come together to renegotiate or strike). All new grads thrown into positions like preceptor and charge without even completing a full year.. large revolving door for staff.. nurses are easily getting burnt out and regretting becoming a nurse to begin with. Benefits are average. Nothing special.. no employer funded 403B/401K (it’s all self contributions).. I find more negatives than positives lately working for this company. They really need to start stepping up and taking care of their staff because, soon enough, there will be no one left running it. The ED has especially become a very toxic work environment (not sure if it’s misplaced frustration with management or just really terrible people who were hired). Management is no where to be found, hiding in their offices far away from the unit. We feel completely alone and fighting our own battles that usually supersedes our scope of practice. There are plenty of better hospitals to work for that actually care and support their nurses.
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Overall a good place to work.

I worked here for 11 years and overall it was a great place to work with amazing health and dental benefits. I started as an RN and then worked here as an NP.
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Pay and benefits good

Like all hospitals in the entirety of the country there can be omertà of short staffing, but overall a good place to work. You can’t really get much better this. If you work somewhere else before this you will appreciate more than new grads that don’t understand how much worse it could really be. Healthcare is no walk in the park.
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Overall, the experience is positive.

What is the best part of working at the company?Co-workers are great. Growth opportunities What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Unrealistic outcome expectations
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Senior dietary

Managers are so unorganized. No proper training but expect you to just get it. Coworkers are a bit draining after a while. Managers only care about making their jobs easier not yours. Overall, managers suck.
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I love being Amazing at NYP

What is the best part of working at the company?Supportive administrators, learning opportunities and advancement opportunities. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Disgruntled employees that won’t leave. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Respect is the credo and they work hard to encourage it daily. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Fast pace and many task to do.
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Great place to work

A great place to work. Very flexible, I worked here full time while also going to school. It was great while I was in school. I left this job only for a different type of work but I enjoyed my time here.
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Not recommended place to work if you do not like to work under pressure. Some departments are dirty...

What is the best part of working at the company?Benefits are good but you have to build up your time offWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Working schedule, management supportWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?At some departments you do not get the right capacitationWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Meet a lot of workers under stress
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Like working here

I have worked at NYP for 6+ years. It is a great hospital that pays well. They care about staff and throughout the pandemic were supportive. I would recommend working here.
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Great benefits, unhealthy work environment

I received very little training while onboarding, and little to no support from management. I had incredible coworkers who helped make the job bearable and fun at times. The benefits were the best part of this job by far, but the pay was less than ideal.


Great benefits


Horrible management
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Great place to work.

Worked for 15 years. Great place to work when I was there. Smart people, room to grow. Many different areas to work, good competitive pay. Patient care a priority.
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Good for Nursing Students to get their feet wet

I learned a lot working at NYP-CUIMC. They offer 1199 union benefits as well, and shifts are very flexible to schedule once approved by supervisors. It is a fulfilling role and the pay is not that bad as well.
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Based on 2,514 reviews

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4.0 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.1 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.9 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.6 out of 5 stars for Management
3.9 out of 5 stars for Culture

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