As a Magnet®-recognized organization, NYU Langone empowers our nurses to deliver world-class nursing care in an intellectually stimulating academic environment. A system-wide focus on patient safety, quality care, and continual improvement gives nurses a strong presence as patient advocates, decision makers, and collaborative partners.
Welcome From the CNO
Kimberly S. Glassman, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Senior Vice President, Patient Care Services & Chief Nursing Officer
This is an exciting time for nursing, as we position ourselves as leaders in designing healthcare for all people in our nation. The “Triple Aim” of improving care to populations, improving the patient experience and reducing healthcare cost is exemplified by our clinical nurses’ involvement in key initiatives at NYU Langone that are aligned with this national goal.
I am proud to say that NYU Langone Nursing is among the nation’s leaders in shaping the future of nursing. As a Magnet®-recognized hospital, planning for our fourth recognition in 2018, we embody the forces of magnetism, and are committed to the best practice environment for nurses to deliver the highest quality care to their patients.
Our professional model, the DNA of Nursing, has three components: evidence-based practice, caring and structure. Our model’s building blocks of research, collaboration, communication and professional development provide a foundation from which NYU Langone nurses demonstrate the highest level of professional nursing practice for our patients and their families.
Here at NYU Langone, nurses can choose from many clinical services and programs to begin or mature a professional career path that can span decades. The many opportunities that are available for nurses at all levels from new Baccalaureate RN graduates joining our one-year Nurse Residency Program to Advanced Practice Nurses, offer the ability to deliver world class nursing care in an intellectually-stimulating academic environment. Nurses at NYU Langone demonstrate their professional practice through participation in the various councils that govern the practice of nursing, the quality of our care, and the discovery of new knowledge.
Continuous learning is a way of life at NYU Langone. Nurses address the pursuit of new knowledge through our many educational programs, through participation in our Nursing Research Council, and our McClure Scholars Program, where nationally-known nurse researchers join us for a year and lead us in developing a staff-designed, evidenced-based project that improves care to our patients. The Susan Bowar-Ferres Research Scholar Fund supports individual staff nurses in gaining expertise in evidence-based practice and research.
Join us in our journey to serve our patients and their families through excellence in caring, and to discover new knowledge that helps our patients’ live better, longer and more productive lives. Please explore our website and I look forward to the opportunity to meet you and discuss your role in leading high-quality and safe patient care at NYU Langone.
Professional Development Careers
As a world-class academic medical center, NYU Langone’s ability to provide exceptional, integrated, patient-centered care depends greatly on the skill, talent and knowledge of our people. That’s why we always look to identify and hire top-level talent and why we devote considerable resources to the consistent, thoughtful professional development of our team.
Many of our nurses are baccalaureate-prepared professionals, and many have advanced degrees as well. But as part of our Professional Practice Model, we believe that no matter your current level of education or expertise, there is always room to grow, learn, and develop. Our nurses benefit from a wealth of professional development opportunities and resources, including:
- formal education and continuing education courses
- professional conferences
- clinical ladder programs
- our unique “champion model,” which provides:
- peer review to evaluate and communicate improvement opportunities in practice
- development of unit based subject matter experts to facilitate knowledge sharing among colleagues
Join us at NYU Langone, and let us help you develop your nursing talents into a career with the potential to make a great difference.
AACN/UHC Nurse Residency Program for New Grads
The Nurse Residency Program at NYU Langone follows the Vizient/AACN curriculum and is accredited by the CCNE (Commission for Collegiate Nursing Education). The one-year program is designed to promote professional practice by building specific competencies, critical thinking skills, and leadership abilities through educational activities during the first year of practice. All new graduate baccalaureate prepared nurses are participants in the program. After the new graduate nurse is oriented to their specific clinical unit, they participate in professional development and clinical seminars, while receiving support and mentorship to promote organizational engagement.
This one-year program, which follows the AACN/UHC curriculum and is accredited by the CCNE, is designed to promote professional practice through specific clinical and educational activities. Participation is required for all baccalaureate new graduate nurses.
As a member of the nursing staff on an assigned unit, you are provided with additional clinical support and mentoring relationships to help you develop your abilities and confidence as a professional nurse. Special educational activities are scheduled throughout the year including professional development seminars, clinical observation experiences and clinically specific education programs.
- You must be graduating from an NLN- or CCNE-accredited BSN Program and have a cumulative average of 3.5 or higher.
- You will need to have a New York State RN license before you can start working, but you may begin applying for a position even before you graduate.
- In order to be considered, you must apply for an open registered nurse position. Only complete applications will be considered. You can create an application.
- Please upload transcripts reflecting all of your nursing and science courses. If your science pre-requisites were taken at another institution, we will need those transcripts attached as well.
Your application is important to us and will be given every consideration. You will be contacted after your application has been reviewed. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are not able to respond to individual inquiries.
Advanced Practice Nursing Careers
NYU Langone is a leading environment for excellence in Advanced Practice Nursing. Our APNs are valued clinicians who strive for excellence through evidence-based practice, self-governance, and innovative thinking. They provide the high quality care to our patients and their families. They function independently and are equipped as leaders and expert collaborators. Our team includes:
- nurse practitioners
- certified nurse midwives
- certified registered nurse anesthetists
- clinical nurse specialists
Advanced Practice Nurses can be found in every clinical specialty and sub-specialties at NYU Langone Hospitals. APNs provide direct clinical care, lead practice councils, hold key organizational positions in healthcare-related organizations, serve in communities, and publish their unique works in various nursing and related literatures. Their work and voices are impactful in effecting changes in healthcare delivery systems. Some of their innovative works center around professional development of APNs that promote self-governance, APN satisfaction, and innovation in professional and clinical practice.
Our APNs engage in activities that promote ongoing self-governance, professional development, and accountability such as the APN Clinical Ladder, APN Mentorship Program, APN Peer Review, and the APN M&M. All of these demonstrate professional and institutional commitment that foster an environment of continued growth and development while laying the foundation for excellence in advanced practice nursing.
Examples of our Centers of Excellence in APN Practice are in the following areas:
- Bariatric Surgery
- Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Critical Care
- Emergency Services
- Employee Health
- Heart Failure
- Invasive Cardiology
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Pain Management
- Palliative Care
- Pre-Surgical Testing
- Student Health
Care Management Careers
The Care Management Department at NYU Langone facilitates and promotes an integrative, high-quality, efficient, and educational approach to service delivery. As an engaged team that is integral to daily operations, our Care Management professionals are accountable for:
- balancing an empathic approach to patient and family interaction with the sound knowledge of the business of healthcare.
- serving as champions of change to continually improve the process of care management for the benefit of our patients.
- promoting staff involvement in improving and developing standards of care and in influencing change within the profession.
The Care Management Department is structured with a model that ensures greater responsiveness to the throughput needs of NYU Langone and the clinical utilization and discharge needs of our patients. The department focus includes length of stay (with emphasis on extended stay cases), Emergency Department care management and throughput, clinical advancement and education for professional staff, enhancing community service and agency collaboration, and reduction of inpatient medical necessity denials.
Our key to success is a high-performing, integrated team of nurse care managers and social workers, supported by a core of administrative support staff. Ongoing integration efforts include team building, staff recruitment, leadership structure and commitment to a shared vision statement.
Critical Care Careers
Critical Care Services is comprised of highly specialized areas which includes the Critical Care Center and the Hemodialysis Unit. The Critical Care Center consists of the Medical, Surgical, & Cardiovascular ICUs, as well as a fully staffed Alert Team. The hallmark of the Critical Care Center include an autonomous nursing practice, competent and compassionate patient care, and transdisciplinary collaboration and teamwork.
The Medical and Surgical ICUs are “closed” units and staffed with Registered Professional Nurses with expertise in critical care nursing, and board certified critical care intensivists 24/7. Our Medical ICU nurses care for patients with multiple comorbidities including cardiac, pulmonary, neurological, orthopedic, oncological and obstetrical emergencies, sepsis and shock. Our Surgical ICU serves patients who have undergone complex cardiothoracic, peripheral vascular, plastic or ENT surgery, as well as those with general surgery complications.
The Cardio-Vascular ICU is an immediate post open heart critical care unit staffed with Registered Professional Nurses. Medical collaboration is with CV Surgery and Intensivists. This unit will be the foundation for the future unit combining cardiac surgery and cardiology intensive care.
The Alert team proactively rounds on patients and provides support to nursing staff regarding a plan of care for patients who may be showing signs of clinical deterioration. The Alert Team responds to adult resuscitation responses and MRT’s. Our critical care team — intensivists, nurses, respiratory therapists and pharmacists, along with the Alert Team RN’s are part of the hospital’s resuscitation response team.
Our Hemodialysis nurses provide inpatient care to patients with renal failure based on evidence-based standards and recommendations from the American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA), the National Kidney Foundation/Kidney Dialysis Outcomes Quality Initiative (NKF/KDOQI,) and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). Hemodialysis nurses have achieved certification in nephrology nursing (CNN).
NYU Langone offers unique opportunities for professional growth, a rich clinical environment dedicated to research and discovery, and continued learning through our Nurse Residency and Advanced Professional Development programs. A formal Clinical Ladder Program also rewards excellence and progressive experience, and recognizes all levels of knowledge and expertise.
Emergency Medicine Careers
The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine re-opened its doors on April 22, 2014. Made possible by a $50 million gift from Ronald O. Perelman, the new facility offers triple the space of the former ED, including 40 patient care treatment spaces. And, for the first time at NYU Langone, it also includes a dedicated pediatric space to help young patients and their families feel more at home. This enables us to treat upwards of approximately 200 patients per day in the renovated Emergency Department, which serves as an NYC 911 receiving center that is designated for hypothermia, stroke, and STEMI (ST elevation myocardial infarction).
The expanded 22,000 square-foot space includes state-of-the-art resuscitation and trauma bays, as well as an orthopedics room; an ob-gyn room; a special room equipped for psychiatric emergencies; negative pressure rooms; a medication room staffed by a pharmacist 24/7; and three triage rooms. Other features that benefit both patients and staff are a new lift system that employs slings that attach to the ceiling to help move patients, greatly reducing the risk of back injuries; special floors that make it easier for staff to be on their feet for long periods of time; and air that is not re-circulated, helping to reduce the chance of spreading infectious disease. We also employ a direct-bedding model to reduce wait times for patients.
The Emergency Department’s professional practice model is such that nursing staff, at every level, can participate in a variety of committees and councils within the department and hospital wide. Shared governance is evident as councils advise on pertinent clinical issues and identify particular areas of opportunity for staff-led educational initiatives and quality projects. We have won numerous internal awards for our quality and safety programs, and have gone on to present these at many national conferences.
The NYU Langone Cobble Hill emergency department is located in Brooklyn, and is a 16-bed free-standing ED. Patients are treated and discharged, or stabilized and transferred. Patients requiring inpatient admission or observation services are transferred to our main campus in Manhattan, NYU Langone Hospital
— Brooklyn, or to a hospital of the patient’s choice. We utilize the same professional practice model at our Cobble Hill site.
Our goal is to provide patient and family-centered care to a diverse patient population, representing all ages, cultures and ethnicities. We take an interdisciplinary approach to patient care with a team that consists of ED RNs, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, patient care technicians, patient unit associates, emergency service assistants, care managers, social workers, behavioral health nurses and psychiatrists, and board-certified emergency physicians, among others. Our nurses rate the collaborative working environment with our physician colleagues as one of the highest.
In accordance with our Magnet designation, we also utilize evidence-based practices and strongly support a peer education process. Our ED RNs are driven and academically focused, with a healthy intellectual curiosity. Nurses earn at least 50 contact hours per year, with many holding certifications in BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CEN, and CEPN. Our clinical ladder is also an excellent way to work towards career advancement.
It’s an exciting and dynamic time to work in the ED. We maintain a relentless focus on quality and strive for perfect care for every patient, every time. As NYU Langone continues to expand, there is great opportunity for exceptional candidates to join highly trained and experienced team.
Medical ICU Careers
The 18-bed MICU serves patients with various diagnoses including heart failure, COPD, respiratory failure, pneumonia, influenza, renal insufficiency/failure, sepsis, GI bleed, liver failure/transplant, and complicated post-op orthopedic and thoracic cases.
Technologies on the unit range from physiologic monitoring to various types of support systems through advanced therapies, such as CRRT, IABP, Impella. RoroProne therapy, ECMO, and induced hypothermia. We are also equipped with specialty beds, optimized for maintaining skin integrity and reducing pressure injuries. Other capabilities include chair/sitting position, turn-assist repositioning, music therapy, basic language translation and bed alarms, as well as ceiling-mounted patient-lift mechanisms.
Our MICU nurses are highly-capable, autonomous providers who take the lead in their patient care and create a true nurse-driven medical unit. RNs who succeed here are motivated, accountable, eager to learn, and ready for various challenges. Teamwork is also heavily promoted in the MICU. We value the collaborative efforts between staff members and the interdisciplinary team.
Medical Services Careers
As a Magnet® designated facility, shared governance is a cornerstone of our practice. We have an active unit practice council that advises on pertinent clinical issues and identifies particular areas of opportunity for staff-led educational initiatives and quality projects. We maintain a relentless focus on quality, and strive for excellence when delivering patient care.
The service attributes its success to collaborating with the multi-disciplinary team to focus on individual patient needs. Our team includes registered professional nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, attending physicians/hospitalists, clinical pharmacists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, certified social workers, care managers, chaplaincy service and registered dieticians. The multi-disciplinary approach includes interdisciplinary bedside rounds and daily discharge rounds.
Our medical units serve all adult medicine and cardiology patients. We care for a wide variety of diagnoses but are not limited to the following primary diagnosis: pneumonia, congestive heart failure, and renal failure. Each of the medicine units includes an eight-bed step down unit, providing complex critical patient care. The unit also admits patients when palliative care is the primary goal in their plan of care, as well as patients who are waiting discharge to hospice.
A medically complex patient population requires staff to seek innovative approaches to managing patient care. NYU Langone is a NICHE exemplar site, our nurses receive specialty training and become Geriatric Resource Nurses (GRN’s) making them leaders in Caring for patients 65 years and older. Our nurses also become certified in medical surgical nursing, gerontological nursing, and wound care (NYU-llWCC).
Our units have been recognized for many outstanding achievements, some of which are: winner of the Building the Easiest to Implement Design Plan from the NYU Patient Experience Department; nominated for the Professional Team Achievement Award from the Department of Nursing, and voted most Supportive unit to the Nursing Student’s from the Rory Meyers NYU College of Nursing.
We a proud to have a dynamic multi-disciplinary team that has earned stellar outcomes benchmarked against other leading hospitals. There is a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice, collaboration, intellectual curiosity, attention to detail, personal excellence, and a service orientation.
Our nurses act as integral members of a multidisciplinary health team, participating in direct patient care, patient/family teaching and discharge planning. We believe in focusing on ability, rather than disability, and welcome nurses to join us in the following areas:
Nursing Support Careers
The size and scope of NYU Langone creates exciting opportunities for Nursing Support professionals to learn and grow throughout our clinical areas. We are proud to be a national leader in developing the nursing teams of the future through education, excellence in caring, and hands-on experience within a structured and supportive environment. There are multiple areas including in-patient, ambulatory, and procedural environments of which to practice.
Patient Support Technicians, Patient Care Techs, and Patient Unit Assistants all play a valuable role in delivering the evidence-based standard of care that we strictly adhere to at NYU Langone. You will see first-hand why our level of professionalism and quality of care are not easily duplicated elsewhere in the healthcare industry. As part of our team, you will help to provide the best patient care experience.
Join us now to be part of a clinical team that is respected and valued for doing important work in service to our patients, their families, our community and one another.
Oncology Services Careers
Perlmutter Cancer Center, an NCI-designated cancer center, is dedicated to improving cancer prevention, detection, and treatment through basic science and applied clinical research and through innovative programs that blend humanistic patient care and scientific insight. We offer comprehensive care with team approach-collaborative practices with physicians, psychiatry, social work, nutrition, integrative health, genetic counselors, pharmacy and laboratory services at all sites.
Embracing new challenges and opportunities available in medicine today, NYU Langone is implementing an ambitious plan to substantially expand its programs and services. The newly designed ambulatory facilities include radiation, infusion centers and physician office practices. Infusion services are provided 7 day/week. Radiation and imaging services are available 6 day/week.
The Stephen D. Hassenfeld Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, part of Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone, is one of the nation’s leading facilities for treating children with cancers and blood disorders. Our doctors are experts in all types of childhood cancers, including leukemia, Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, brain and spinal cord tumors, neurofibromatosis, and bone and soft tissue sarcomas. We also specialize in platelet, white blood cell, and blood-clotting disorders. The healthcare team includes the primary doctor, nurse practitioners, nurses who specialize in hematology and oncology, social workers, child life specialists, psychologists, educators, nutritionists, and physical therapists.
Our 28 bed inpatient unit for oncology patients includes 6 beds of which are dedicated to Bone Marrow Transplant. The BMT unit cares for patients being treated with clinically advanced bone marrow, hematology and stem cell transplants. We provide care from diagnosis and treatment, to supportive care for patients and families at end of life.
As a Magnet designated facility, shared governance is a cornerstone of our practice. We have an active unit practice council that advises on pertinent clinical issues and identifies particular areas of opportunity for staff-led educational initiatives and quality projects. We maintain a relentless focus on quality and strive for perfect care for every patient, every time. Our nursing staff are certified in chemotherapy administration and bone marrow transplant.
Perioperative Services Careers
Perioperative Services is comprised of dynamic, collaborative, and interactive health care team that guides patients through their perioperative experience while ensuring the best in patient and family-centered care.
Our nurses are specialists in preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care, with a reputation for exceeding expectations by going above and beyond the standard of care. We facilitate a team approach where communication provides a foundation of safety. As a Magnet organization, we also encourage continuing education, certification and sharing of knowledge through staff participation in unit and hospital-wide committees. In addition we offer an Operating Room Nurse Residency Program.
Our culture is one that values patient and staff satisfaction as well as quality and safety. We have been ranked number one in UHC Quality and Patient Safety three years in a row. Areas of opportunity for nurses include:
- advanced interventional and diagnostic suites
- operating room
- multi-specialty robotic surgery program
- state-of- the-art hybrid rooms
- ambulatory surgery programs
- pain clinic
- post anesthesia care unit
- pre-admission testing
- surgical admissions
Cardiac Surgical Services Careers
The surgical services provided at NYU Langone are comprised of several inpatient patient care units specializing in general surgery, bariatric surgery, cardiovascular-thoracic surgery, orthopedic surgery, organ transplant surgery, vascular surgery, plastic surgery to name a few. Nurses interested in this area will learn about the post-procedural management of many different surgeries/procedures and how to approach each case with patient-centered care. Units are comprised of both acute care and step-down level acuity. In our surgical service, the transplant and plastic surgical services recently performed the most complex and comprehensive face transplant to date, requiring 26 hours of surgery!
The cardiac services provided at NYU Langone are inclusive of Invasive Cardiology, Non-invasive Cardiology, and Cardiovascular Surgery. Invasive cardiology houses a cardiac catheterization lab with a 24/7 STEMI service and an electrophysiology lab that performs both adult and pediatric procedures. Additionally, within our comprehensive cardiac services, special programs include a heart failure service and a multi-disciplinary ventricular assist device (VAD) service.
Being a world-class academic medical center, we have access to cutting edge technology and procedures. The electrophysiology, cardiac catheterization, and non-invasive cardiology labs perform cutting edge procedures for conduction mapping, implants, structural and revascularization. For example, some procedures have changed the way our team manages patients’ heart failure, and allows them to dose patients’ diuretics based on daily pulmonary artery pressure trends which prevents congestive heart failure exacerbations.
The radiology service at NYU Langone is comprised of state of the art imaging and invasive vascular and neurologic procedures. Nurses provide an integral position in the interdisciplinary team, supporting patients diagnostic and intervention procedures. With rapidly evolving advanced imaging and minimally invasive procedures, patients can often avoid surgery and have faster recovery. In addition, having just received the Joint Commission designation of comprehensive stroke center, our interventional neuroradiology procedures have also become the gold standard of care for treating acute large vessel occlusive strokes.
Within each specialty and patient care area, our teams are multidisciplinary. Our team values communication, collaboration, and consistent care. We are looking for highly motivated, caring, critical thinkers with a variety of experiences to join our team and help enhance the services. To achieve success, an ideal candidate will display a strong motivation towards learning and researching evidence-based practice to maintain the growth and development of our renowned services. Nursing plays a large role in the successes of our services.
Obstetrical Services Careers
As a Magnet® and Baby-Friendly hospital as well as being the very first academic medical center in the country to be awarded the Joint Commission’s perinatal specialty certification, we strive to provide world class, patient-centered antepartum, intra-partum, and post-partum services to women and their families with a focus on an excellent and safe patient experience.
NYU Obstetrics and Mother/Baby Services’ vision is to be recognized as a leading center in New York City for obstetrical care for women and their newborn children.
Our nurses provide care for both high and low-risk mothers, with an average yearly delivery rate of over 6000 babies. We are committed to a family centered care approach by providing the highest quality of evidence-based care for breastfeeding women and their families. Because the care practices of the setting in which a woman gives birth affects breastfeeding initiation and continuation, our nurses are highly educated to support these practices.
Achieving positive patient satisfaction and staff outcome through developing transformational leadership and developing the strengths of others is the ultimate goal of the OB service. In order for our nurses to perform at high and sustainable levels of success, nursing development is enhanced through nurse residency programs, clinical ladder programs, preceptorship foundation and mentorship programs. We also promote shared governance and drive practice changes through Unit Practice Councils, Nurse Practice Councils and several RN driven quality improvement committees.
Our mission is to serve the needs of women and their newborn children and to advance the frontier of obstetrical medicine, research and education. We strive to provide and deliver care effectively, safely and with clinical excellence and compassion. We look forward to having you as a part of our team and hope you will soon join us.
NYU Langone is committed to meeting the needs of our patients by helping our nurses thrive not only with innovative new opportunities, but also with a full range of scheduling and placement options best suited for your professional and personal requirements. If you are looking for a better way to work, we have plans for you!
RN Select: Per Diem Option
A unique option for per diem assignments
Whether you want to supplement your income or need increased flexibility in your nursing career, this scheduling alternative may be for you.
- Extremely attractive hourly rates: some of the best in NYC
- Shift flexibility: work as few as four shifts in four weeks
- Tenure rate increase: enhanced pay based on shifts completed after just one year
- Backup child care support: offered through Bright Horizons Center
Unlike a broad-based float pool, our Resource Team offers assignments focused on your area of expertise. We are unique in that you are assigned to one specific unit for a 3 month period. This will give you the ability to build new relationships, feel part of a team as you gain strong clinical experience. In addition you, will enhance your income potential.
- 7% pay differential
- day and night positions available
- ability to choose desired weekends to work
Opportunities available in Critical Care/Emergency Department or Medical/Surgical units.