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Company Updates

  • We are proud to announce that NewYork-Presbyterian has won a 2019 Glassdoor Employees' Choice Award for being one of the best places to work. NYP achieved an overall rating of 4.3 stars (out of 5), and ranked 64 among 100 large US employers who received this honor. NYP was the top ranked hospital in New York, and within the top three nationally of the seven hospitals that made the list. The Employees' Choice Awards program, now in its 11th year, relies solely on the input of employees, who elect to provide feedback on their jobs, work environments, and companies via “Our exceptional employees work hard every day to provide world-class care to our patients,” said Dr. Steven J. Corwin, president and CEO of NewYork-Presbyterian. “We are committed to fostering a culture of respect for our employees and our patients, and we are honored to be recognized for these efforts.”

    NewYork-Presbyterian Named One of the Best Places to Work in 2019 by Glassdoor - NewYork-Presbyterian

    The Best Places to Work are determined using employer reviews shared by U.S.-based employees between October 2017 and October 2018. To be considered for the large category, an employer must have at least 1,000 employees and have received at least 75 ratings across eight workplace attributes from U.S.-based employees during the year-long eligibility period.

  • We are proud to share that for the third consecutive year, NewYork-Presbyterian was ranked among the top two in the 2018 North American Talent Board CandE (Candidate and Experience) Awards. The Talent Board is the first non-profit research organization focused on the elevation and promotion of a quality candidate experience, and the Awards program is dedicated to recognizing the candidate experience offered by companies throughout the entire recruitment cycle. This year, NYP placed #2 among 65 companies in North America, including American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Johnson & Johnson, and Princeton Health Penn Medicine. The ranking is based on a survey sent to those applying for positions at NYP. Learn more:

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    Countless job seekers are still getting ghosted by employers or seeing their enormous, time-consuming online job applications disappear into a black hole. Consequently, recruiting gets a bad rap. Fortunately, despite some companies' weak practices, others are making all the right moves, according to the Talent Board.

  • At NewYork-Presbyterian we do more organ transplants than any other hospital in the nation. Congratulations to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital & Weill Cornell Medicine’s transplant team on completing their 100th liver transplant surgery! NYP’s Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation is a multidisciplinary program dedicated to helping adult and pediatric patients with all stages of liver disease. Our liver transplant team encompasses a wide range of specialists needed to provide care for our patients at every step of their transplant journey:

    Liver Transplant | NewYork-Presbyterian

    The Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation at NewYork-Presbyterian is a multidisciplinary program dedicated to the treatment of adults and children with all stages of liver disease. We provide comprehensive services, including diagnostic testing, medical treatment, surgery, transplantation, and support. Our transplantation services are available for people with advanced liver disease who cannot be successfully treated using other approaches.

  • NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital’s new infant cardiac unit is designed to serve some of the youngest and most vulnerable patients. NYP performs up to 750 pediatric and congenital heart defect surgeries every year. The 17-bed Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Infant Cardiac Unit will build on that by providing advanced cardiac care for infants up to three months old:

    New Cardiac Unit Treats Critically Ill Infants | NewYork-Presbyterian

    "Not only do we have outstanding surgeons who can perform complicated open-heart surgeries on a 3-pound baby, but we have a comprehensive multidisciplinary team who are all experts in neonatal care," says Dr. Emile Bacha, director of pediatric cardiac surgery at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, and chief of the division of cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

  • Congratulations to NYP & Weill Cornell Medicine's Dr. Scott Tagawa and researchers from three institutions who were awarded $1 million from the Prostate Cancer Foundation to conduct a clinical trial testing a therapy targeting a protein highly expressed on prostate cancer cells

    Prostate Cancer Foundation Announces Six 2017 Challenge Awards Funded in Partnership with the Movember Foundation - PCF

    SANTA MONICA, CA, August 23, 2017 - The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) today announced six new Challenge Awards funded in partnership with the Movember Foundation. These multi-year awards support cross-disciplinary teams of investigators conducting pioneering research to advance treatments and cures for prostate cancer. PCF received a donation of $5.4 million from the Movember Foundation, ...

  • Many patients who receive an organ transplant often run into complications years after their surgeries, with the most common complication being organ rejection. Dr. Megan Sykes is addressing the organ transplant crisis through cutting-edge research, designed to reduce the occurrence of organ rejection in transplant recipients:

  • NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital is proud to receive the first New York City accreditation for Clinical Child Life Internship Program. This accreditation is the highest honor for clinical internship programs, with only 33 programs recognized nationally to date. Learn more about how this distinguished honor will impact the future of upcoming child life specialists.

    NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital Receives the First New York City Accreditation for Clinical Child Life Internship Program - NewYork-Presbyterian

    New York - The Clinical Internship Program for Child Life Specialists at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center has recently become the first program in New York City to be accredited by the Association of Child Life Professionals (ACLP).

  • We are proud to share that NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center has been verified as a Level I Adult and a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma (COT). These verifications recognize NYP/Weill Cornell’s dedication to providing high quality, multidisciplinary care to injured patients in our community and across the region

    NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Receives Trauma Center Verifications from the American College of Surgeons - NewYork-Presbyterian

    New York - NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center has been verified as a Level I Adult and a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma (COT). These verifications recognize NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell's dedication to providing high quality, multidisciplinary care to injured patients in our community and across the region.

  • Juan Mejia, vice president of operations at NYP & Weill Cornell Medicine and chair of the NewYork-Presbyterian LGBTQ Task Force, says understanding the patient as a unique individual is a crucial part of the patient experience at NYP. Read more of Mejia’s interview with U.S. News and World Report to learn how NYP works to ensure all patients feel comfortable and supported by their healthcare team:

  • As a college freshman, Dr. Christopher Ahmad, an orthopedic surgeon at NYP/Columbia University Medical Center, realized his career goal one day during soccer practice. Find out how his passion for engineering and sports medicine led him to helping athletes get back in the game as head team physician for the New York Yankees:

    Meet the Yankees' Orthopedic Surgeon | NewYork-Presbyterian

    Sports medicine combines the interests I've had my entire life. I studied mechanical engineering at Columbia because I've always been a tinkerer. As a kid, I took apart my mini-bike and put it back together. In high school, I worked as a mechanical assembler on large machines at an engineering company.

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