NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Reviews
Rating 4.52 out of 5 21 reviews
The hospital offered me a fair compensation package for my entry level position at the hospital. This was my first company to work for right out of graduating college, and I believe that not many other companies could compete with what I was offered given my experience.
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.
Depending on the department you work in my overall experience has been well. Management varies from departments but is overall the same as far as expectations go. There always seems to be a complaint as far as hierarchy and there is always that one employee that may not pick up the slack.
This is an overall really solid work environment. The patients are very high acuity and the days can get a little chaotic and stressful, but overall really good people to collaborate with.
NYP Hospital is a great place to work. There's room for growth and advancement in this field. The work culture is friendly and inviting, and supportive and allows to feel like you are apart of a big family. I would recommend this Hospital as one of the best places to work. Always putting patients first. I am happy and proud to be a part of such an amazing organization.
It’s a good place to work. You gain a ton of experience and this looks great on a resumé. I’ve been here for 2+ years and I learn something new each and every day.
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!
New York Presbyterian is a good organization with workers who continue to strive to make it a better place. Our review system seems to always get lost in traslation. I would add on site options for patients to give the hospital a review.That way family members and patients can tell how great their visit was to presbyterian Hospital before they walk out the door.
NewYork-Presbyterian was a fantastic work environment. It was an extremely professional work place and everyone from top to bottom treated each other with respect. Having to leave for nursing school was tough but I left knowing that I will have the opportunity to come back.
I love how friendly everyone is. One thing i will like to change is that everyone who works part-time or full-time have the possibilities of working every other weekend.
I love working for NYP Hospital- I walk into the hospital and it feels like home, smiles, hugs, laughter, kisses. I like that everyone is polite and respectful towards each other. I would like to see a website created to show patient outcomes and satisfaction.
As a Magnet institution and a prominent research and teaching hospital, the work place is constantly evolving and changing to be on the forefront of medicine. Best practices are pulled from evidence based research to provide the highest quality care. The nature of the profession creates long work hours though working just three to four days a week allows for work-life balance.
Overall, I have enjoyed my time working here. There is a lot of opportunity for growth and they help you maintain and excellent work/life balance. The experience that I have had with my managers has been very positive. I can tell they care about their teams and are on your side. One thing that I would change about the company is the culture. Sometimes, people can be overly stressed or competitive leading to a very serious work environment. Also, it seems as though people are not as close at this company as other companies are. However, overall, it is an excellent place to work.
It’s a great place to work at. The staff is very professional and they all work together. There are times when the hours are long but other than that no complaints
Central Sterile is a Wonderful place to work. Benefits are great, vacation is encouraged. Management is supportive. The work morale and atmosphere is positive.
A very large hospital with various advancements in many fields. They will compensate you for school and have many growth opportunities.