The NYP Connect app offers a suite of digital services that turn your mobile device into New York's #1 hospital. Through NYP Connect you can easily, and quickly, communicate with world-class experts from Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine for services such as Virtual Urgent Care, Video Visits, and more. Whether at home or one of our hospital locations, our resources are now at your fingertips.
NYP Connect: Communicate with our doctors from your mobile phone or tablet and address your health needs at your convenience. Access your patient portal to manage virtual appointments, review test results, pay your bill, and so much more.
Virtual Urgent Care: For non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries, access Virtual Urgent Care which connects you with one of our Emergency or Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians through a live video chat 7 days a week. Adult services are available in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Florida from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM midnight, with Pediatric services (individuals under 18 years of age) available in New York and New Jersey from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM midnight.
Video Visit: You can save time traveling to and waiting in the doctor's office by video conferencing with your doctor instead. It is a quick, convenient way to communicate with medical professionals contributing to your care.
Find a Doctor: Find your ideal doctor based on their specialty, location, insurance network, and even language.
Patient Portal: Easily access your medical records, contact with your healthcare provider, request a prescription, and more.
Health Matters: Stay up-to-date on the latest science, care, and wellness breakthroughs that are happening every day at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, one of the nation’s most comprehensive healthcare delivery networks. HealthMatters features the latest news and insights from our world-class physicians, nurses, and experts.
Hospital Services: Use the NYP Connect app to enhance your visit or stay at any NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. With a built-in hospital guide for all NewYork-Presbyterian locations, you will always have our important phone numbers, transportation guides, and patient guides readily available to you.
Wayfinding: We now offer detailed, turn by turn instructions within Weill Cornell Medical Center, David H. Koch Center, and the Alexandra Cohen Hospital through the NYP Connect app. Use the Wayfinding feature to navigate within the hospital to points of interest such as Clinical Departments, Cafes, Patient Services, and more.
NYP 4.2 (3)
1. Doctor finder randomize and special character search introduced
2. iPad screen issues addressed
3. Static FAQ issue addressed.
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Patients and visitors will find a lot to like about the NYP application. From individual campus information, to important department phone numbers, to patient visiting guides, to driving and public transportation directions, to billing information to medical records access almost everything one would want to know or use the facility for can be found here. The design is conducive to search even with a lot of information on hand. The app also allows mobile care by providing the ability to video chat with your physician.
Poor implementation of MyChart
If you want to see an Epic MyChart implementation done right, look no further than NYU Langone. Their implementation is fantastic and works nearly perfectly. NYP has a long way to go to get their MyChart anywhere near that of NYU. However I’ll add, their telemedicine did work very well for me.
App is useless. Better off with the phone.
Every useful function on this app requires a separate login/account - appointment scheduling, records review, billing...maybe more, but i gave up after that. It’s also not possible to view my child’s medical records, as all the relevant details are blocked because he is a minor. Finally, the “send a message to your doctor” function doesn’t seem to work. We’ve resorted to using the phone and leaving messages through their message service — the 50% success rate and hours long wait for a response is still more useful than the app.
- The New York and Presbyterian Hospital
- 276.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian Bokmål, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.