The pending agreement would pay the public Queens hospital’s residents as much as their Upper East Side private peers.
Medical residents on the picket line in Queens demand that Mount Sinai, which runs the residents’ program, compensate them on par with their Upper East Side peers.
Actions pre-approved by interns and residents who staff three Queens hospitals could see physicians walk off the job in New York City for the first time in a generation.
Hacker outage took down medical systems at hospitals serving some of the city’s neediest neighborhoods. More than 235,000 people may have had personal info taken, lawsuit alleges.
Even as non-union medical residents at the system’s Upper East Side main hospital get a raise, union members — including those at public Elmhurst Hospital — work for less, without a contract.
The verdict in Manhattan federal court comes four years after the NYC Transit Authority first claimed that Express Scripts Inc. wasn’t properly keeping its eye on the till.
The city’s 250,000 retirees will switch to a controversial privatized healthcare plan managed by Aetna after Mayor Eric Adams signed a deal endorsed by the major public sector unions earlier this month. Groups representing retirees said they intend to sue to stop it — again.
Medical institutions across the state have taken hundreds of beds assigned to mental health out of commission in the last few years. The governor says it’s time to bring them back or pay up.
Three years of extended health insurance were included in a benefit package for families of MTA employees who died from COVID — but the insurance is set to end next month.
The Municipal Labor Committee overwhelmingly voted for a public-private partnership managed by Aetna to fulfill promised cost savings, while retired workers continued court battles.
‘Nuisance abatement’ cases are still pending in court, with just four filed so far, all in the East Village.
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Nurses at Health + Hospitals earn on average $12,000 less than their private sector counterparts. An unused clause on the books could change that.
The head of one union representing FDNY emergency medical technicians and paramedics said he won’t accept the mayor’s contract blueprint.
With two other pools due to close, it may soon be the only Parks-operated indoor swimming pool open in Queens.
Five prefabricated bathrooms will offer relief in one park in each borough — after a painful wait for a company coping with city bureaucracy.
Responding days after THE CITY’s original story, and weeks after questions were first asked, the Department of Citywide Administrative Services says many of the items bought in the heat of the pandemic had expired.
In the second year of the Adams administration, public employees are asking when raises might be coming — but a bitter and costly fight over retiree health care isn’t over.
In a growing number of lawsuits, municipal workers who were put on unpaid leave or terminated after seeking religious exemptions to an employee COVID shot mandate are getting judges to order their reinstatement.
More than 9,000 Health + Hospitals employees seek commitments to fewer patients at a time. But as public employees, it’s illegal for them to go on strike.
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