Go beyond the specimen with our exceptional Laboratory team.
At NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP), we take on challenges that other networks never see. Throughout our organization, our Laboratory professionals work with advanced equipment and techniques across multiple specialties. NYP’s network includes hospitals, two academic medical schools, and research facilities, which means we have just about every opportunity a laboratory professional could be looking for. Plus, working here means you will be part of a group of dedicated colleagues who are not only on the forefront of care, but are still making history.
Learn more about our team and explore our open opportunities below.
“As a Clinical Lab Microbiologist, our role is vital, not only do we analyze and perform various testing of samples, but also in discussing the best treatment for the patient and assisting in providing the best personalized care. We have a great and open relationship with physicians, nurses and other health care providers, and are depended on to provide data, to diagnose multiple culture specimens, and to develop prompt reasonable workable alternatives which benefit our patients. The benefit of applying in this field is that you can branch out into various sub disciplines from Public health and Infection Control to Forensic Science and even Pharmacy. This field /career opens up non-stop opportunities for a better healthcare experience.” Peninah
Section Chief Technologist: Microbiology
With NYP since 2017
“What brought me to NYP is growth. I was looking to grow professionally and NYP gave me such opportunity. Throughout the years, I’ve established great relationships with great colleagues. I can’t stress enough about the culture we have which acts as a catalyst to innovate, try new things, [and] not be afraid of failures. I am challenged and at the same time encouraged to find ways to solve problems. I am grateful to the great leaders we have at NYP who inspire me every day to be passionate and to love my job.” Inna
Laboratory Manager: Histology
With NYP since 2006
“Diversity and Opportunities. Our lab is pretty diverse. It has always made me feel like a second home. We are also given opportunities to learn new skills and be trained in many areas of the lab. That's how I know I am in the right place. We are also encouraged to move up, bring up ideas to provide better patient care and to contribute to the community.” Tsu
Clinical Laboratory Technologist: Microbiology
With NYP since 2017
Why Work With NYP?
NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) has a lot to offer you as a laboratory professional. Our wide-ranging networks include clinical environments, academic institutions, large hospitals, and neighborhood facilities. This means that you can find any laboratory opportunity, or change your career trajectory, all within the NYP network. Plus, at each of our locations, you’ll discover the same commitment to doing the best work possible with the most advanced equipment and techniques.
For example, our Central Laboratory is proud of its advanced “islands of automation.” Our teams adopt the most modern approaches to quality improvement, including the reduction of error rate through effective automation, all overseen by knowledgeable and dedicated scientists. We stay at the forefront of the laboratory field because of the work we do. As the #1 hospital in New York City for over 20 consecutive years, it means we see patients from all over the United States, and the world. It’s our highly skilled professional teams that help us identify and take on every challenge. Join us today and help us advance care across our network.View Jobs
The work our laboratory teams do is paramount to helping us get every patient the care they need. That’s why we believe in seeing our work as “more than a specimen.” What we do is the first chance to get people help, develop new techniques, and identify emerging health challenges. Beyond our work, we know that the people who work with us at NewYork-Presbyterian make all the difference. Here, we make sure you have the tools you need to grow and succeed. Leaders empower their teams, and as a network, we make sure to keep everyone safe as they do work that makes a difference.View Jobs
Beyond taking on unique challenges you would rarely see elsewhere, there are many benefits to working with NewYork-Presbyterian. Joining our team means working in a culture that values you, your growth, and your safety. Depending on where you work with us, we also offer many of the following:
- Updated, competitive salaries
- Sign-on bonuses from $2,000–$10,000
- Mental health and physical well-being resources
- Childcare resources
- Housing and transportation resources
- Comprehensive benefits for full time positions
Our network has a history of making a difference in health, and NewYork-Presbyterian is still innovating today. As the laboratory field continues to evolve, we stay connected to the future through our ties with our teaching hospitals and research work. Our teams help set new standards and train the next generation of laboratory professionals. NYP has a long history of empowering those who are catalysts for modern innovation.
During World War II, Dr. Charles Richard Drew helped pioneer a long-term technique for plasma storage that helped in the production and transfer of blood. This method helped bring about longer-term storage of blood — aka creating “blood banks.” Then in 1928, Dr. Georgios Nikolaou Papanicolaou published his first findings on cervical cancer detection that lead to the Pap smear test. Both of these innovative professionals worked within the NYP network, and their dedication led to huge shifts in the medical field. Our culture of empowering those who look forward, still stands today.
This was most recently on display during 2020. NYP was not only one of the first hospitals in New York to begin successfully testing for COVID-19 using PCR tests, but we also made sure our staff stayed as safe as possible while doing so through rigorous safety protocols.View Jobs
More about how NYP has made Laboratory History
Father of the modern blood bank
During World War II, an African-American surgeon helped pioneer a method that allowed blood to be stored for long periods and used in transfusions.Learn More
Inventor of the pap smear
Against many odds, an immigrant doctor created a game-changing test to detect cervical cancer.Learn More
Clinical lab tech interview
The clinical laboratory technologist shares the importance of the human element in her work.Learn More