Human Resources

Employment Practices

  • Nyack Hospital is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or potential employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, age or disability. Nyack Hospital will not tolerate discrimination, verbal or physical harassment, or abuse (whether or not sexually related) by employees, supervisors, vendors, subcontractors or visitors. Nyack Hospital is committed to actions and policies to assure fair employment, including equal treatment in hiring promotion, training, compensation, termination, and disciplinary action.
  • We recognize that our greatest strength lies in our people who create our success and determine our reputation as an institution of outstanding patient care.
  • We encourage and support employees in developing their individual skills, talents and understanding of their jobs.
  • We support an alcohol and drug free workplace and abide by the hospital policies prohibiting illegal possession, distribution, use or being under influence of illegal drugs, alcohol or other substances.
  • We will familiarize ourselves and comply with the contents of the employee handbook, as well as with the policies and procedures applicable to our employment and responsibilities at Nyack Hospital.

Pre-Employment Information

  • Individuals applying for employment at the hospital are required to provide accurate and truthful information to the Human Resource Department concerning their employment eligibility.
  • In evaluating candidates we take all reasonable steps necessary to hire and retain employees who have appropriate and current training, experience and competency. We also screen applicants to avoid hiring an individual, who is currently excluded, suspended, debarred or otherwise ineligible to participate in federal or state healthcare programs.


  • We do not allow any act of retaliation against employees who in good faith report a valid concern and/or a violation of a law, regulation, policy or the Code of Conduct. In the event of a violation, Human Resources will follow established disciplinary procedures.


  • Gifts and entertainment represent an area of potential conflict and at times may appear to influence the working relationship. Personal gifts should not be accepted if the acceptance would raise questions as to whether a business decision had been inappropriately influenced.