Exploration. Discovery. Growth.
This is what makes NYU Langone an exciting place to begin your career. You will learn from the best as you work alongside colleagues who are widely respected in their fields. What better place to start than that?
As a Magnet®-recognized hospital, re-designated for the third time in 2014, NYU Langone is among the nation’s leaders in shaping the future of nursing. There are few better places to begin you career than here with us.
The Nurse Residency Program at NYU Langone Medical Center 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.
Whether you wish to pursue a position in direct patient care or in another area such as management, information technology, research or other discipline, NYU Langone can offer several internship opportunities to support your career goals.
Interns for Credit Program
Our current intern partnerships include St John’s University, Rutgers University, SUNY Downstate, and UNC Charlotte. In order to participate in our Interns for Credit Program, students must:
- be eligible to earn college credit.
- have an internship partnership program that has been established and approved by both their school and NYU Langone.
- work a minimum number of hours that will vary based on NYU Langone department and school program requirements.
- have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
- possess PC proficiency, and other skills dependent upon the department.
Rusk Rehabilitation Health Career Opportunity Program
This program consists of three, four-week internships that provide students with a hands-on clinical experience and exposure to the variety of rehabilitation professions such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other key roles. Learn more about this internship.
The student intern must be a full-time student, or if working in the summer months (mid-May through mid-September), must be planning to return to full-time status in the fall. During non-summer months, the student intern can work a maximum of 17 hours per week.
Student Research Interns
The student intern must be a full-time student, or if working in the summer months (mid-May through mid-September), must be planning to return to full-time status in the fall. Functions performed must be related to their professional course of study or specialty field.
NYU Langone’s Rusk Vocational Rehabilitation department aids in helping individuals with disabilities find employment in the competitive marketplace through innovative programs and services. Through these internships, individuals are able to gain valuable work experience and further develop their job-related skills and competencies. We offer flexible work schedules for Vocational Interns. Learn more about Vocational Rehabilitation Services.
Child Study Center Camp Interns
The student intern must be a full-time student, or if working in the summer months (mid-May through mid-September), must be planning to return to full-time status in the fall. The Student Intern will be working in the Summer Program for Kids which is a therapeutic program located at The College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, New York. Learn more about this internship.
NYU Langone Medical Center is committed to making world-class contributions that place service to human health at the center of an academic culture. To ensure the continuation of exceptional administrative service and practices that support those contributions, NYU Langone has developed a dedicated Administrative Fellowship Program.
Administrative Fellows play an active and participatory role within the organization, one distinguished by hands-on experience. Those who complete the program are in a unique position to gain entry into the field of healthcare administration.
NYU Langone Medical Center’s Administrative Fellowship is a one year, full-time, salaried program (with the potential opportunity for a second year, dependent upon performance and need). The Fellowship offers on-the-job training in the skills and responsibilities required of a hospital administrator in a major academic medical center. However, the feature that most distinguishes our program is that Fellows are able to tailor and define their experiences through the variety of projects that they work on during their time with NYU Langone.
As part of this program, you will learn by assuming increasing levels of responsibility and become involved in an unusually broad range of issues, personnel, and procedures, while being supervised by senior-level administrators. Activities may include, but are not limited to:
- administrator on-call duties
- compliance and regulatory assessment
- financial decisions and budget review
- operational processes and workflow analysis
- policy evaluation and procedure development
- program design and implementation
- staff and line support
- utilization management analysis
Fellows report directly to the Chief of Hospital Operations. Fellowship preceptors are the Vice President of Medical Services for Tisch Hospital, the Senior Vice President of Hospital Operations at the Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Senior Vice President & Executive Hospital Director at NYU Lutheran Medical Center.
The Administrative Fellowship is both rotational and project-based in nature. The initial phase consists of rotations throughout the Medical Center designed to educate and orient Fellows to the functions and structure of the organization. Each rotation provides a link between a department’s role/function and relationship to other departments. These rotations will give you the opportunity to:
- experience all operational and clinical areas, which include: finance, infection prevention and control, strategic planning, care management, regulatory, cancer institute, patient-centered care, rehabilitation, day surgery, emergency department, critical care nursing, and bed management.
- develop a better understanding of the issues and challenges facing the Medical Center and individual departments.
- collaborate with clinicians and researchers—many of whom are at the forefront of biomedical progress and achievement.
- observe different managerial styles.
- strengthen leadership and management skills.
- identify potential projects and career paths.
Upon completion of the rotations (2-3 months), Fellows become fully immersed in projects and can work on hospital-wide initiatives as well as projects at the unit/department level. In addition, you will have the flexibility to seek out projects in personal areas of interest. Projects have included:
- coordinating the opening of new outpatient surgery facilities.
- reducing boarding time in emergency department.
- managing and implementing Emergency Preparedness Program initiatives.
- participating in Lean Six Sigma Rapid Improvement Events.
- reducing sepsis rates in critical care units.
- supporting relocation of pediatric units during large scale renovations.
- coordinating change management within ancillary services.
- developing business cases and P&L for a new orthopedic center.
- leading staff-related gap analysis for perioperative and acute care services.
Fellows are expected to play a participatory and supportive role in meetings and committee work that relates to specific projects as well as senior leadership initiatives.
Our Fellowship program provides for visibility and exposure at the highest levels of the organization. During the engagement, you may attend administrative leadership and operations management meetings; Board of Trustee Patient Care committee meetings; and, of course, departmental and service level meetings, depending upon your rotation/assignment.
Additionally, you will be expected to work with other senior hospital administrators on projects and initiatives, make presentations as required, and rotate administrative on-call responsibilities.
The application deadline for the 2018 Administrative Fellowship will be October 2nd, 2017.
Eligible applicants will be graduates of an accredited healthcare management program (MHA, MHSA, MPH, MPA or MBA program with a focus in healthcare administration). Applicants must hold a graduate degree prior to the start of the Fellowship in July, 2018. All applications should be submitted electronically through the National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). Applications will be available beginning end of June 2017 at the following link: nafcas.liaisoncas.com. Any applications submitted after October 2nd will not be considered.
Twelve finalists will be invited to travel to New York City to visit NYU Langone Medical Center for an on-site interview with senior leadership in November 2017.
Required application portfolio materials include:
- current resume
- statement of objectives (not to exceed 1 page)
- three sealed letters of recommendation (at least one from a current or former employer, and at least one from a graduate school professor)
- official graduate school transcript
The Administrative Fellowship Program has been in place at Tisch/Rusk Hospitals since 1988 and at The Hospital for Joint Diseases since 2006. Originally independent, the two fellowship programs are now integrated.
Learn more about current and former members of NYU Langone Medical Center’s Administrative Fellowship Program.
Anisha Chadda (2016 – Present)
Graduate School: Columbia University
Hometown: South Brunswick, NJ
Annette Rabinovich (2016 – Present)
Graduate School: Columbia University
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
Nicholas Moliterno (2016 – Present)
Graduate School: Saint Louis University
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Sarah Szollar (2016 – Present)
Graduate School: University of Michigan
Hometown: Westfield, NJ
|ADMINISTRATIVE FELLOW||GRADUATE SCHOOL||TERM||CURRENT POSITION AT NYULMC|
|Christina DiStefano||Columbia University||2014 – 2016||Senior Project Manager, Hospital Operations Project Management Office|
|Dimitri Dimakis||Yale University||2015 – 2016||Manager, Operational Initiatives, Children’s Services|
|Nina Schuman||Boston University||2015 – 2016||Regulatory Policy Manager, Regulatory Affairs|
|Nicholas Chee||Columbia University||2014 – 2015||Operations Manager, Nursing and Patient Services, Hospital for Joint Diseases|
|Rachel Johnson||Cornell University||2013-2015||Program Manager, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital/Sala Institute|
|Sonia Arnold||Yale School of Management||2013 – 2014||Assistant Director, Decision Support and Value Improvement (Finance)|
|Michael Tsang||Baruch College||2013 – 2014||Director of Operations, Rusk Rehabilitation|
|David Klein||Columbia University||2012 – 2013||Director, Non-Invasive Cardiology|
|Andrew Talcott||Medical University of South Carolina||2012 – 2013||N/A|
|Martha Bailey||Rush University||2011 – 2013||Senior Director, Patient Placement and Progression|
|Camille Paredes||New York University||2011 – 2012||N/A|
|Judith Bruno||University of Michigan||2010 – 2012||Administrative Director, Interventional Cardiology|
|Marta Cieslak||University of California at Berkeley||2010 – 2011||N/A|
|Carrie Rooke||Yale School of Public Health||2010 – 2011||Director, Network Integration|
|Cecilia S. Lum||University of Michigan||2009 – 2010||N/A|
|Priscilla Pham||Ohio State University||2009 – 2010||N/A|
|Lauren J. Stewart||University of Michigan||2008 – 2010||N/A|
|Melissa Ezcurra||University of Florida||2008 – 2009||N/A|
|April C. Clark||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||2007 – 2009||Practice Administrator, New York Epilepsy and Neurology, PLLC|
|Maximilian Julian||University of Michigan||2006 – 2008||N/A|
|Ananda Weinblatt||Hofstra University||2006 – 2007||N/A|
|Pooja Devendran||Columbia University||2006 – 2007||N/A|
|Larry Peters||Rutgers University||2005 – 2006||N/A|
|Allyson Goldberg||Columbia University||2004 – 2006||N/A|
|Siobhan O’Reilly||Baruch College||2003 – 2005||N/A|
|Rebecca Fishman||Cornell University||2003 – 2005||N/A|
|Susan Yee||University of Washington||2002 – 2003||N/A|
|Trisha Lollo||Yale University- MPH||2001 – 2003||N/A|
|Colleen O’Donnell||Washington University||2000 – 2002||Regulatory and Quality Director, Transplant Division|
|Manali Shah||Emory University||2000 – 2001||N/A|
|Sarah Sinha||Harvard School of Public Health||1999 – 2000||N/A|
|Julia Cleere||1998 – 1999||N/A|
|Stacy Melvin||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||1998 – 1999||N/A|
|Tim Bowler||1996 – 1998||N/A|
|Nannette Batiocco||1995 – 1997||N/A|
|Heather Lamster||New York University||1994 – 1996||N/A|
|Amy Horrocks||Cornell University||1992 – 1994||Vice President, Medical Services, Tisch Hospital|
|Nancy Stemple||1990 – 1992||N/A|
|Jim Ackerman||1988 – 1990||N/A|
For more information about NYU Langone Medical Center’s Administrative Fellowship Program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.