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  • We are pleased to announce NewYork-Presbyterian has been named one of the top 25 Best Large Workplaces in New York by Fortune Magazine!

    NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Named One of the Best Workplaces in New York by Fortune - NewYork-Presbyterian

    NEW YORK - NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is one of the top 25 Best Large Workplaces in New York, according to research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune. The list considered survey results from some 137,000 employees about their organizations' culture, leadership, benefits and other factors crucial to an outstanding employee experience.

  • Dr. Laura Forese, Executive Vice President and COO at NYP, sat down with NEJM Catalyst to discuss how NYP has fostered a culture of respect and trust in an effort to improve the patient experience

    Laura Forese Q&A: Building Clinicians' and Non-Clinicians' Trust and Respect Read or listen to our interview with Laura Forese, MD, MPH, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for NewYork-Presbyterian. Tom Lee: This is Tom Lee from NEJM Catalyst, and we are talking today with Laura Forese, a physician and orthopedic surgeon who is the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at NewYork-Presbyterian.

  • NewYork-Presbyterian Launches Pediatric Urgent Care, the Latest Telehealth Offering from NYP OnDemand. Families can now see a trained and experienced pediatric emergency physician from the comfort of their home.

  • NewYork-Presbyterian’s Paws for Patients program enlists a special fleet of furry friends to boost moods and promote healing

    How Therapy Dogs are Making a Difference | NewYork-Presbyterian

    As she walked down the hall of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center's pediatric unit, Nina Mortellito, a pet therapy volunteer, and Lily (seen in the slideshow below), her snow-white West Highland terrier, were stopped by a doctor. "He said, 'Wait, wait! Can you come back with Lily?'" Nina recalls.

  • NewYork-Presbyterian & Weill Cornell Medicine’s Payne Whitney Clinic offers patients suffering from mental illness an opportunity to heal through a weekly photography group called The Art of Seeing

    A Photography Program for Those with Mental Illness | NewYork-Presbyterian

    On a recent trip to the Whitney Museum of American Art, in New York City's Meatpacking District, Dana spent an evening viewing the 20th-century paintings and sculpture spread over multiple floors and outdoor terraces.

  • Join us in congratulating NewYork-Presbyterian Executive Vice President and COO, Dr. Laura Forese, for being recognized as one of Crain’s “Most Powerful Women 2017.”

  • We're proud to announce that for the 11th year in a row, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital ranks in more pediatric specialties than any other New York metro area hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals.”

  • Dr. Babacar Cisse came to NYC from Senegal with $26 dollars in his pocket. Nearly 20 years later, his hard work and determination have enabled him to achieve his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon at NYP & Weill Cornell Medicine

    Meet Chief Resident Dr. Babacar Cisse | NewYork-Presbyterian

    I grew up in Dakar in Senegal, and after I finished what would be middle school, I fell ill with malaria and gastric ulcers. This was my first encounter with the health system in Senegal. I was very disappointed. Hospitals and clinics had very limited resources to care for their patients.

  • Prostate cancer is the 3rd most common type of cancer among men. Now a high-tech treatment offered in clinical trials at NYP/Weill Cornell Medical Center, known as directed radioisotope therapy, offers new hope to patients

    Targeting Advanced Prostate Cancer | NewYork-Presbyterian

    It's a disease so pervasive that many people don't realize its severity. But prostate cancer, the third most common type of cancer, killed nearly 27,000 men in 2016, according to the American Cancer Society.

  • NYP is proud to be an academic medical center. According to a recent study published by JAMA, mortality rates at teaching hospitals are lower compared with non-teaching hospitals for key measures. Learn more:

    Association Between US Hospital Teaching Status and Mortality

    This study uses national Medicare data to compare 30-day mortality among patients hospitalized or undergoing surgical procedures in teaching vs nonteaching hospitals between 2012 and 2014.

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