Allied Health

As you’d expect, our resources and opportunities are Ivy League material. But you’re looking for something even more exceptional.

Amazing Things are happening in Allied Health at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Expect an environment that values your expertise. An atmosphere that places you on the forefront. An arena where your perspective is not only consulted but expected.

Amazing Colleagues
Our doctors and nurses are world-ranked and well-respected. But they’re not alone. You’ll find RTs, pharmacists, clinical lab technologists, physical therapists, social workers and more—all at the top of their games. You’ll see them lending their voices and skills to improve the care experience.

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Empowering Careers
We’ve never been more empowered professionally. Without your unique insight, our patient outcomes and success stories would not be in the news. Wherever your interests and background may be, you’ll team with—and be treated as—the best in your line of work.

Vast Opportunities
Our allied health careers span the broad world of healthcare. What you see is just the beginning of what we offer. Exploring our open positions, you’ll also find impressive opportunities to achieve as ICU Technician, Surgical Technologist, Central Processing Technologist, Nurse Attendant, Mental Health Worker and much more.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
We are the 911 receiving hospital for America’s largest city. Because we have one of the largest voluntary hospital-based ambulance services in the nation, our work is well known and well regarded. Ambulances and mobile emergency units are highly advanced, staffed with expert EMTs and state-of-the-art equipment.

Surgical Technologists
Surgical Techs at NewYork-Presbyterian team with legendary surgeons to safely and effectively define the future of surgery. We work on the leading edge of surgical practice. From “Scarless Surgery” to the recent autoplantation of six abdominal organs entangled by a cancerous tumor (Meet Heather), we’re at the front lines of headline-making care.

We support over 15 ambulances capable of basic and advanced life support (with critical care and induced hypothermia capabilities). We also support over 15 dedicated 911 units—providing 24/7 coverage.

We lend coverage to many special events, such as the New York City Marathon and New York City Triathlon. We’re also known for rising to the occasion in moments of true emergency. During Hurricane Katrina, we sent a contingent of paramedics, EMTs, nurses and more, with a mobile command-post vehicle, to support the people of New Orleans. In addition, our service to the city during the attacks of September 11th continues to be lauded by heads of state and emergency departments around the world.

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We prepare surgical suites, assemble tools, prepare patients, care for specimens, and operate OR equipment. We thrive in state-of-the-art environments like the new Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Surgical Suite and the Siemens Artis Zeego 3-D “Operating Rooms of the Future.” We’re hygiene-focused, tech-savvy guardians of the surgical environment. And for high acuity pediatric and adult cases from across the world, we ensure safe conduct of rare cardiac, neurological, orthopedic, transplant and GI procedures, and more.

We proudly maintain among the highest case mix indexes, with statistically leading outcomes.

Take a virtual tour of the “OR of the Future” here.

Provide previously unimaginable care while enjoying the best opportunities to learn and succeed. Move up our Surgical Technology clinical ladder to higher-level positions, advancing your career and expanding your expertise.

Qualified candidates have completed a certified Surgical Technologist training program, and have at least one year of experience. Higher-level positions also require NBSTSA certification.

Preferred candidates are certified by the Association of Surgical Technologists.

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Research & News

Doctors initially told Danion’s mother that there was no way to save him. But his mother pushed on and came to NYP, where they agreed to accept the case. His surgeon, Dr. Mark Souweidane says, “It was one of the largest tumors I’ve ever seen.”

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