525 East 68th Street
New York, NY 10021
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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Reviews
Rating 4.52 out of 5 21 reviews
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Great learning experience but little flexibility in roles. Very professional hospital and everybody, for the most part, is hard-working and provides a high quality of care. I am glad to have worked here for about a year before starting graduate school. I learned a lot from listening to the medical professionals around me, and I got to exhibit some great care being given to patients. The benefits are outstanding and you feel appreciated too for the work you do, no matter how big or small. There is room for growth within the hospital too if you stay for longer. Management, however, can feel hierarchical and personalities are stiff but those that you work close to will be more open. I have been impressed with how the hospital handled the pandemic. The hospital was prepared and organized and the hospital workers were not short on personal protective gear. It is truly a fine hospital and anybody who comes in for treatment is lucky that they chose NewYork-Presbysterian.
Great opportunity for growth and continuing education. Except, some managers have poor leadership skills. The work environment can be toxic, where everyone is out for themselves. Axillary staff is overworked and poorly recognized. There are no clinical ladder opportunities for CNAs. We are constantly understaffed, experience the most occupational injuries.
I love my colleagues, my team, and my supervisor. The leadership is great and the values align with my own. It offers great work life balance and education assistance!