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Mission Statement

In accordance with the mission of the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital to provide high quality, compassionate care to all patients and their familes and create a supportive working environment for healthcare personnel, the Volunteer Services Department is committed to developing and maintaining a humanistic volunteer staff and efficient program that aligns with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's mission and strategic goals.

The Volunteer Services Department strives to develop meaningful volunteer programs and assignments that will enrich and promote volunteerism and patient centered care. Volunteers enhance care and service to patients, empathy for families and vistors, and supportive services to hospital staff.

To apply, go to our website at www.nyp.org/volunteer.

Please choose and direct your application to only one of our locations:

Weill Cornell Medical Center (68th and York Ave)

Columbia University Medical Center (168th and Broadway)

Morgan Stanley Childrens Hospital (168th and Broadway)

The Allen Hospital (220th and Broadway)

Payne Whitney Westchester (White Plains, NY)

Only those candidates whose qualifications most closely correspond to our needs will be invited for an interview.

Description

The Volunteer Services Department places volunteers in a variety of departments. Some assignments involve patientcontact, while others focus on clerical support.

Volunteers must make a commitment for at least 150 hours be able to work at least once a week for four hours. An extensive clearance process is required. This typically takes 8-12 weeks to complete and is not included in your 150 hour commitment. You must be at least 14 years old to volunteer.

To apply, go to our website at www.nyp.org/volunteer.

Please choose and direct your application to only one of our locations:

Weill Cornell Medical Center (68th and York Ave)

Columbia University Medical Center (168th and Broadway)

Morgan Stanley Childrens Hospital (168th and Broadway)

The Allen Hospital (220th and Broadway)

Payne Whitney Westchester (White Plains, NY)

Only those candidates whose qualifications most closely correspond to our needs will be invited for an interview.

Website

http://www.nyp.org/volunteer

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Reviews

Average Review 5 reviews

Would you recommend NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital?

by Bachemosbat K. (May 27, 2015)
Because there are big-bot staff who do not do anything all day long and just spend their time to fill up their time. They always go to meeting and event which has a lot of free cookies and eating. They eat a lot and this is being done in a very cheap way, I would say most of crew are from poor and under represented families. While they literally per-function and do not do anything during working hour, their behavior toward volunteer is so pushy and insulting so that they order to do all labor work over and over. I found no fairness and justice among them in general but there are very few responsible people among those whole damn. Some of them are even pillferer because I have been witness in several occasion that they steal those gifts and toys which we receive from charity etc.... In general I would not recommend this place for volunteering despite CUMC and hospital have big name and reputation.
by Nadin M. (July 9, 2014)
It's a good opportunity for people who are interested in medicine in general.
by carolyn r. (April 22, 2011)
It gives me an accomplished feeling that I have given back to the community. Those who want to volunteer it will show them to appreciate the simple things in life.
by Dave B. (January 25, 2010)
They have some good quality programs and have been around for a while, and are a well-run organization. Nice people too.
by Stephanie W. from Brooklyn, NY (January 16, 2009)
I am a person that likes helping people andI have friends that do too. The way this world is now a days, the ones that cares the most about what they do are the people that volunteer. It's not the money that we love but it's the smiles on the paitents faces. I love to help people and I hope one day that if i'm ever in need that someone that I dont know will treat me the same.
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