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The NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital is a nonprofit academic medical center in New York City affiliated with two Ivy League medical schools: Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medicine. It is composed of two distinct medical centers, Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center. As of 2019, the hospital is ranked as the 5th best hospital in the United States and 1st in the New York City metropolitan area by U.S. News & World Report. The hospital has around 20,000 employees and 2,678 beds in total, and is one of the largest hospitals in the world.
Mike M. went online to write about his terrible experience at the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital:
Presently sitting in the ER for my 5th hour. 36 hours ago I went through their dental clinic to have a wisdom tooth removed. Today I'm in the Emergency Room because they botched the simple procedure which they needed to grab a mix of 4 dentist and residents to complete. My gums are engorged with blood and I have yet to be assigned a doctor. This is not a hospital interested in serving its patients. If it were not for lack of options I'd recommend this place shuttering it's doors. The lack of professionalism, Staff and basic empathy for patients needs is deplorable. More patients have walked out of the Emergency room, than those which have been seen- OUT OF PURE HELPENESS AND ANXIETY. Bring in new management rid yourself of the lazy staff you have and restructure. I can only imagine how much ongoing litigation for malpractice this place has. Its disgusting when an institution meant to help a community only creates further issues.
Administrative Secretary/transcriptionist (Former Employee) says"Worst experience with new management. Do not stay there until you’re near retirement. It’s at that time that you’re discriminated against. Then pushed out on false charges. Cons: Discriminate"
Clerk / Office Assistant (Former Employee) says"Working for New York Presbyterian hospital you need 10 hands and less stress more staff members working to much INJUSTICE going on over there. No respect for no one if he or she is not learning fast enough knowing they need more staff members to work. Cons: Little time to finish and they need more staff members to work."
SUPERVISOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (Former Employee) says"They are very racist. there is no room for growth if they do not like you. A lot of gossip and back and forth. Also a lot of micro managing. you never get to do your job the way that you should. They stress you a lot and are very disrespectful."
Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) says"Amazing Things Don't Happen Here in regards to Employees."
Temp Senior social Worker (Former Employee) says"The Special needs clinic is a horrible place to work with mean spirited pseudo mean girls. Stay away at all costs. 1199 is not even worth it. The place is falling apart and the psychiatrist should not have a licence. Worst place I ever worked"
Psychiatric Technician (Former Employee) says"This Hospital is the worst very old and outdated.Also the staff is miserable.I worked here briefly and it was a toxic environment.Very unprofessional management team also HR is very unprofessional.I was hired as Psychiatric Aide.I was treated horrible because this was a entry level position. The Director of Nursing used a variety of tasteless words when speaking about staff.The whole management team is unprofessional and miserable which makes the patients miserable. Cons: Does not respect new hires"
Office Assistant (Former Employee) says"A typical day at work Cons: Each employee made it clear they were in the chain of command. No growth for improvement, despite the managers' daily encouragement of your work."
Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) says"Poor management only to those that they were on favor for or who they liked . I was just an employee trying to do her job get paid and go home thats all. Cons: Paid lunches"
Registered Nurse (RN) says"Poor work environment especially for nurses. There is no cap on how many patients you could get on an acute med surg unit. A nurse could have 9+ patients. If you change floors where you get less patients, nurses are hostile and poor to work with. Nursing management don't care if reported, it will just be turfed and shoved under the rug. Good luck."
Lab Assistant (Former Employee) says"this is the worst job i ever worked in my life the management has absolutely no idea what they are doing i don't know how it's even possible that the people working in the central lab department even got hired the worst work environment i had ever experienced stay away if u value your life because working here with the stress alone will kill you faster than eating 30 big macs a day Cons: everything"
Manager (Former Employee) says"This place used to be a good place to work until it was decided that it was not a hospital but a hotel. They started hiring ex hotel management who have no idea about how hospital policies/regulations limit the hospitality piece that they were originally hired for and it 's all been downhill from there!! Very sad... Cons: everything"
Unit Assistant (Former Employee) says"As Unit Assistant I was mistreated, nurses always have preferences, many time as I tried to put patients first I was force to come back to the nurse station to answer phone call (They didn't go to school to answer phones) Cons: Is about who you know with in the hospital to be able to grow faster"
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) says"Absolutely no job security. Your supervisor and manager must like you to continue working there. Most of the staff at NYPQ medical group are all new and they have no idea what they're doing. Coworkers talk about each other on a daily basis but will still smile in your face. Do yourself a favor and don't work there. There are other hospitals in new york way better than them. Cons: Management, unhelpful hr personnel"
Nursing Technician (Current Employee) says"This is a horrible place to wok and they break all rules for patient safety. I would never take anyone i cared about ti this hospital Cons: everything"
Patient Financia advisor (Current Employee) says"Isand excellent place to work. we take pride in Making sure all the Patient information demographic, medical and insurance information is up to date/ Cons: extremely busy always / and sometime very stressful."
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) says"Nice community Hospital. Access was easy, close to train.Gained a lot of experience. No difficulty with getting requested time off."
cna (Former Employee) says"This place is absolutely horrendous. If you do get a job here you will see what I mean. They have no compassion. You are a worker that is it and if they dont want you they wiill cut you off like deffective thumb. Cons: talent acquisition is horrible, salary, location, commute"
Administrative Services and Payroll Coordinator (Former Employee) says"No Job Security for Non -Union Workers. Cons: No Job Security for Non -Union Workers"
Staff Registered Nurse (Current Employee) says"Lawrence Hospital/New York Presbyterian Cons: No lunches"
Certified medical assistant (Former Employee) says"worked as front secretary, intake assistance and medical/phleb for back"
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