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The NewYork-Presbyterian Security Department complements quality patient care by maintaining excellence in the implementation of protective services throughout the medical center and surrounding community. The Security Department strives for the ultimate secure hospital; by continually improving and proactively monitoring opportunities and challenges in an ever changing health care environment.

There are five main locations the Security Department serves:

  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/The Allen Hospital
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division

The Director of Security at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell is responsible for security at the Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medical College, and the Westchester Division.

The Director of Security at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia is responsible for security at that Medical Center, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, and The Allen Hospital.

Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of the Security Department to provide a safe and secure environment that supports the delivery of patient care. Security tasks can be categorized within three primary operations:

  • Crime Prevention, through access controls, personnel and or physical security equipment located at building entrances, egress points, and high risk areas. This is effective in preventing unauthorized access and reducing crime in the Hospital.
  • Crime Detection, through analysis of reported incidents which will allow security to proactively introduce countermeasures to detect and deter adverse activity.
  • Proactive Risk Assessment, by continually assessing risk and identifying security sensitive areas. Deploying the appropriate measures to reduce risk and limit and prohibit access to unauthorized persons to ensure the security of patients, personnel and assets.

Contact

NewYork-Presbyterian/
Columbia
(212) 305-2222
NewYork-Presbyterian/
Weill Cornell
(212) 746-0911
NewYork-Presbyterian/
The Allen Hospital
(212) 932-4400
NewYork-Presbyterian/
Westchester Division
(914) 682-9100, ext. 2424

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