NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Working at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital: Company Overview and Reviews

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
4.2
2291 reviews
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Ratings
4.2
Average rating of 2291 reviews on Indeed
4.0Work-Life Balance
4.1Pay & Benefits
3.9Job Security & Advancement
3.6Management
3.9Culture
Headquarters
New York, NY
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Industry
Health Care

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 Average SalarySalary Range
167 salaries reported
$36.68
per hour
$14.70-$65.25
153 salaries reported
$33.82
per hour
$16.35-$55.70
31 salaries reported
$23.50
per hour
$11.75-$35.25
2 salaries reported
$48.65
per hour
$24.30-$73.00
8 salaries reported
$31.06
per hour
$8.80-$61.60
Salary Satisfaction
68%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2591 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

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Overall Reviews at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

1.0
Registered Nurse | Cortland, NY | Aug 14, 2019
An awful two years
Initially I was impressed by the facility. It appeared they were very concerned for staff happiness and cohesiveness. I very quickly learned that, although the appearance was impeccable, the reality was very much different. Staff was very much separated into cliques and new staff was judged very quickly. If the leading "mean girl" disliked you for any reason--from the style of your shoes to the color of your stethoscope, you would never be one of the choice few whose schedule requests were guaranteed and chose whether or not to answer a request for back-up. Ironically one staff member would spend the better part of her shift in the med room texting friends, other times searching web sites on the computers for retail sales, travel arrangements, and to check her schedule. As an experienced nurse, I had learned what procedures were easy for me and what procedures were not, but I was neither asked to assist nor was I offered learning opportunities where my skills could be improved. At once time I came to work not feeling well. While at the triage desk I briefly lost consciousness (either falling asleep or from illness) a patient reported the incident--my manager removed me from from my assignment and demanded a urine specimen to see if I were on drugs---no BP was taken, no check for blood sugar, nor any other medical check was done. The assumption was that I was on drugs and that determination remained with me throughout the remainder of my tenure with the facility. Shortly after
4.0
Patient Access Manager | Brooklyn, NY | Jun 14, 2019
Good place to start
It's a good place to put your foot through the door. You could stay at entry-level and it gets comfortable. However, seniority takes precedence above all else. If you're expecting a promotion in 3-5 years, good luck. Even if you're amazingly knowledgeable, or you can take action, it doesn't mean you are guaranteed a promotion. Sure, they'll give you a yearly raise. 1199 gives raises as well but other than that, you're pretty stuck at a cap unless you study and want to go to a higher position. Like for example, nurse, tech, lab, physician, etc. The schedule sometimes gets hectic, and not the entire hospital is open 24 hours. You may get 9-5 Monday, 7-3 Tuesday, 4-11 Wednesday, 7-2 Thursday, etc. If you could handle that, then you'll be fine. You may also get overtime. They may also have you hired as part-time working as full-time, which isn't bad since they do pay overtime. The job itself is not bad, it's the people. Sometimes patients will give you a hard time, that's alright since they're there for a reason. But wow, some employees are just straight up whacky. Some treat people like trash, no joke. I've had good experiences with some employees but I did get harassed quite often. Was there a reason? They were simply bored. They can't mind their own business so they'll try to get into yours. You know how they say to separate private life and work life? That separation does not exist here. Some employees abuse the clock-in system. Let's say a family member is having non-thre
ProsFree holiday lunches, overtime, flexible
ConsEmployees
2.0
Physician Assistant | New York, NY | Jan 15, 2014
Hostile working environment, no opportunity for advancement... AVOID
This was my first job out of PA school, and I cannot recommend this to any of my graduating friends. You are completely unsupported here. Attendings do not teach, you are rather looked at as if to be a glorified secretary. The PA leadership is by and large awful. I don't know at what point I deserved to get treated so poorly, but it became very clear that this was not an organization that I could advance in. PTO that was initially approved, and then magically unapproved - after that battle I cut my family vacation short by two days... my family was thrilled when I resigned from here. On the plus, My peers were great. Compensation was fair for an NYC PA, however, look elsewhere if you want better compensation. NJ and CT are much more fertile grounds in terms of compensation for PAs. Working with nursing staff is a mixed bag, some are excellent, most are average, some are just a danger to patients and your medical license. Being that they are unionized, it leads to a lot of mistakes that can potentially be costly to patients. Became very hostile after a coworker reported a CNA for a real, and repeated issue that compromised patient care and safety, nursing staff was very hostile to PA staff following that CNA's completely justified termination. Phlebotomy is another unionized service. As a PA here you will routinely find yourself cleaning up their mess. EKGs that are not performed. Timed lab draws that are missed or just flat out not done. STAT labs will nev
5.0
Patient Transporter | Bronx, NY | Jul 6, 2022
Great Place to Start
I was nervous at first when I first walked into those doors as a transporter in training. However, being trained by senior staff, learning the layout, and being walked through the process really put me at ease. I recieved hands on training experience which was necessary since shortly after training ended we entered the days of COVID-19 being rampant in the hospital. The hospital ensured we were as safe as physically possible before handling any job we were tasked with. N95 masks were on short supply, but we were always equipped with them before handling jobs that required them. This hospital has opportunities in its union's programs, including educational programs that cover tuition so you can advance not just in your own department, but within the hospital. Its physically demanding work made easier by the high quality equipment, expectations that are reasonable, and a polite range of co-workers that care about your well being. Nobody is perfect, but I feel confident I gave a strong performance during each shift due to the enviroment bringing out the best in me. It was truly rewarding to help as many patients as possible even if it was in the simple matter as taking them from A to B. My reason for leaving was unrelated to the job, which makes me sad. I did not want to leave, and both my co-workers and even management did not want to see me leave either.
ProsFriendly work enviroment, clean and plentiful equipment, reasonably paced work enviroment, high priority towards health and safety, great opportunity for advancement or education within union programs.
ConsFrequent short staff, high workflow via short staff, competition for PTO usage, constant changes to department rules, lack of reliable break room (sometimes used for events/meetings or storage).
5.0
Office Assistant | New York, NY | Jun 17, 2015
Company Review
A typical day for me begins by checking my emails and addressing any urgent matters as quickly as possible. I then check the staff (45 people) timecards to assure their time is correct. After that is completed, there can be various things I would have to work on such as special projects with the practice administrator, ordering supplies for staff members, ordering new furniture if necessary, contacting facilities, IT or bio-medical engineers to address any issues, order housekeeping supplies, create any flyers if necessary, update staff with any information, attend to meetings and keep minutes, arrange meetings or luncheons or assuring certain bills are sent off to accounts payable for they can be paid off. I have learned a lot working at this organization. I have learned how to multi-task, how to work with payroll/Kronos, gained more knowledge in Excel and most importantly how to make sure that our patients leave the clinic satisfied. At my current place of employment, everyone especially management, makes my day very enjoyable. The work is fair and I feel like we are heard when we need to address something. My day can be busy, but my manager and co-workers makes my day go by smoothly. They are very understanding, patient and makes me feel appreciated. I believe with my organization and ability to multi-task, it makes my job manageable. There is nothing that I can say is the hard about my job. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I know I have done somethi
ProsFlexibility
Conslive too far from my job
5.0
Nurse Technician | Pool, WV | Jun 13, 2013
THE BEST place to work, regret leaving!
Everyone was friendly, kind and helpful! The opportunities were endless, many training programs provided for advancement, housing, great employee health clinic, great benefits, and awesome teamwork. A typical day went fast, you always had what you needed for assignments, everyone did their jobs productively. Great food to eat in the hospital, as well as; outside of the facilities, even a hair salon in one of the builings; you could get your hair done on a break. On friday's (payday), workers were allowed an extra twenty minute break to extend your regular break to go across the street to take care of your banking business. The hospital always showed their appreciation for the staff with lavish celebrations, music and gifts. We got 20% discounts to all of the area restaurants and Macy's with your employee ID. The hospital owned many apartment buildings in the immediate area in which they rented to it's employees and the rent came out of your paychecks. I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Dr. Oz. Management was fair. There were just a few slackers. They also paid for schooling and Columbia University School of Nursing was a block away. The campus consisted of nine-ten buildings; Children's Hospital, Cancer Institue, Library, Original building, two Psych buildings, just to name a few. The hardest part of the job was seeing the patients suffer with their illnesses. I enjoyed working for NY Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. The perfect work environment, but personal situ
ProsGood people, great benefits and patients that I'll never forget!
ConsNone that I can think of.
4.0
Financial Accountant | New York, NY | Mar 18, 2014
Productive/great envornment
• Proficient in Microsoft Excel • Prepare budget for review with directors and the VP • Prepare profit and loss statistics statements and other operating revenue. • Prepare financial expense accrual reports at the end of each month. • Run reports to prepare internal recovery reports to be sent to Accounts Payable. • Timely reconciliation of accurate payment information on invoices to be submitted to the accounts payable department. • Cross-referencing information posted in journals and reports to ensure compliance with general accounting. • Completing Cboard receiving summary reports and identify the variances in the receiving reports. • Cross referencing vendor statements to avoid missing or skipped invoices. • Maintaining organized invoices for record keeping and audits. • Present cost findings and budgets in weekly meetings • Preparing the year-end receiving paperwork along with reviewing the general account AP520 weekly report and maintaining invoices for scanning. • Preparing daily and monthly Purchasing Reports for all NYP campuses, (Allen Pavilion, Westchester, Cornell and Columbia) within the food and nutrition department. • Deleting and adjusting invoices incorrectly entered in Cboard computer system. • Perform recovery (charges), the calculation of how much each department is to pay back to the food & nutrition department for meal services. • Performed a fiscal court to add skipped and back dated invoices in the monthly reports. • Train and overse
1.0
Nursing Assistant | United States | Apr 13, 2015
run...
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. I recently got a job offer for this hospital. First I had to take an online test... that was fine. Then you have to log on to the website and fill page after page of information. They need references and previous employment (which is understandable). But then they want to know every address you've lived at since you were born. I could get over all of that stuff but here is the clincher. They scheduled an appointment for me to go to security, human resources and a physical which included an eye test (which I was never told about) and not one but two ppds and a drug test. Which was allot but I went through all of it. 3 hours later I receive a voicemail from there talent relations office saying that because I was behind in the recruitment process that they had no use for me and they were seeking other candidates. I have never in my life been treated like that. The voicemail she left was emotionless and without a whim of care. Meanwhile they were the ones who gave me that appointment, if I was so behind in the process why not tell me they didnt want me, instead of me lugging over to the city wasting my entire day jumping from obe spot to another for a job I thought I had. The human resource department is a joke, they will treat you like a statistic and not
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Constalent acquisition is horrible, salary, location, commute
5.0
Truck Driver | New York, NY | Feb 18, 2015
excellent company to be employed for
typical day at work is simple regardless of what schedule or route you're covering. you will either be driving the van delivering lab specimens to different locations, or operating one of the commercial trucks either delivering medical supplies, perishables and equipment or delivering and picking up fresh/dirty linen or fresh/dirty sheets. organizing and loading your truck prior to departure is required. adjusting your deliveries in order by location is also a plus when transporting or retrieving. I've learned many good skills while working with NYP such as team work, excellent organizational skills, excellent use of time, customer service, Management is excellent and very flexible. its a you scratch my back ill scratch yours environment that's works in harmony. my co-workers are good everyone communicates well and is always willing to help or assist a co-worker in need. the hardest part of the job is the traffic on the streets on Manhattan. once you can adjust to driving/operating a vehicle and get used to the heavy conditions of traffic you will be fine. the most enjoyable part of the job in my opinion is the people you meet, the networking. everyone is very nice at the various delivery locations and eager to speak with you. communication and consideration along with a happy friendly attitude is the way to go and goes a long way. I look to be friendly with everyone I encounter because in life I don't just plan to leave history, I plan to leave a legacy behind.
Prosbenefits, company, staff, mngmt, union
5.0
Phlebotomy Technician | New York, NY | Apr 21, 2016
Excellent working environment
I feel honored working at NY-Prebysterian. My day involves having daily encounters with patients and families making sure they are getting the health services they deserve. As a phlebotomy Tech is not just about drawing a patient's blood and gathering right tubes but also to ensure that when we l leave the patient room the patient and their family member feel satisfied with my services, that their questions were answered, their needs were taken care of and that my smile is never forgotten. I learn the importance of our values and to implement them to better serve our patients and their families. Is a way of how I can also represent our organization. The Management team makes me feel this place is more than workplace is like a home. We are like a family. We work to help each other to achieve one common goal, to provide quality services to our patients. My co-workers are fun people to be around with. We all try to make our day easier by been team players and focus in accomplishing our daily tasks as needed. The hardest part of the job is not having the right attitude for the job. I find that, when you have the right attitude, you have better outcomes. Your day is better, you feel happier. The patient trust you and feels more comfortable and positive attitude is always more rewarding. One of the enjoyable part is that a patient is satisfied with my services, that I have provided quality, excellence and accuracy when performing my job.
ProsOver all great place and nice people to work with.
ConsNone
4.0
Senior Patient Coordinator | Sachsen-Anhalt | Dec 11, 2014
High paced medical facility
Once arriving at work I would relieve the person sitting at the front desk. I would then log onto the computer and start my day. While checking in and checking out patients, I would go over their demographics and validate that we have their correct insurance information. Once paperwork (registration) was completed I would explain to the patient what their exam would entail and would then answer any questions they proceeded to ask me. After about an hour or so being at the front desk, I would be relieved by one of my coworkers. From there I would move to my desk and start verifying insurances for the week. Making sure patients insurances were active, that they were eligible, checking for copayments, if preauthorization/referral is required and if yes placing calls to the referring physicians office making sure that they were aware that preauthorization needed to be obtained. Once finished with that list, I would call preauthorization departments/verify online that all authorizations for the following day were obtained. My coworkers and myself all helped each other whenever an issue arose. Managers were helpful and there when you needed assistance. The technologists were amazing with patients, always working with them to make sure they would be able to complete their exams. The hardest part of the job was seeing patients struggle with their medical issues but on the positive the most enjoyable part was helping them feel a little better with our aim on patient care. Being the ni
Prosfree lunch, medical/dental/vision benefits
Consat times very stressful

Questions And Answers about NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

What is the interview process like at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital?
Asked Jul 14, 2016
The interview process was quick and fairly easy. I did my first interview with the HR team and then my second interview with the department supervisor.
Answered Jan 27, 2022
I was hired through a staffing agency and the process was pretty smooth.
Answered Jan 10, 2021
What is the best part of working at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital?
Asked Jun 28, 2020
The staff
Answered Jun 30, 2022
Colleagues
Answered Jun 28, 2022
How long after applying to a postion should I expect a call back?
Asked Apr 27, 2016
One week! And for those who applied numerous times and didn’t get a response, my advice to you is to revaluate your resume, I did and got a call back and starting work in August 2019
Answered Jul 13, 2019
2 months and still waiting. My travel agent was able to get a temporary job much faster than via normal online response.
Answered Apr 22, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital a better place to work?
Asked Sep 23, 2016
I would be more up-front and transparent about there job security and support there effort with small incentive like program. Helping them to be dedicated to there positions and co-worker. Everyone wants to feel as though they are appreciated at there respective jobs. Acknowledging these people for the work they do only serves to increase work productivity.
Answered May 31, 2020
Continue to work on building a professional culture among employees
Answered Nov 15, 2019
On average, how many hours do you work a day at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital?
Asked Dec 1, 2016
I work the overnight shift which is 7 and a half hours
Answered Jun 19, 2020
8-10 hours per day on weekends.
Answered Dec 19, 2017