Are you seeking a dynamic opportunity with a medical center recognized for quality and service? We are currently seeking qualified individuals who have a passion for healthcare to join us in meeting the healthcare needs of the communities we serve. Start your job search today. Wyckoff Height Medical Center has a variety of career opportunities available to new candidates as well as current employees and internal candidates.

What happens once I apply?

Upon submitting your resume, your information will be pre-screened based on minimum qualifications and experience. Preference may be given to individuals who exceed the minimum job requirements.

The best-qualified candidates are selected for an interview based upon stated qualifications, experience, and background. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted by a member of our recruiting staff. A pre-employment physical and drug testing is required.

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the Medical Center to afford employment opportunities to all, regardless of sex, age, race, color, religious belief, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center has a long tradition of providing quality healthcare to the communities of Brooklyn and Queens, with an expectation of service excellence towards our patients, visitors, and coworkers. We are a growing, changing, and vital organization in our local community, and we are pleased that you are considering career opportunities at our medical center.

Guided by the needs of our communities we serve, our values define our culture and how we are expected to act.

Our Mission
To provide a single standard of highest quality care to our community through prevention, education, and treatment in a safe environment.

Our Vision
To become the premier healthcare provider for the culturally diverse community we serve.

Our Values

  • Respect for the Individual: Our treatment of people will reflect our commitment to promote the dignity of each person, showing consideration for individual needs and cultural differences, to foster dialogue and exchange of information in a professional atmosphere.
  • Service Excellence: We endeavor to aid, assist, and meet the needs of our patients and consider them our highest priority. We serve the needs of our community by being a proactive corporate citizen, mindful of local needs, and aware of opportunities to be a resource to the community.
  • Integrity: We aspire to the highest level of personal and professional ethics as demonstrated by our commitment to honesty, reliability, and confidentiality, acting to ensure that our quality and reputation are never compromised.
  • Teamwork and Collaboration: We foster a team approach that involves the patient and family as an integral part of the care team.
  • Responsibility: We hold ourselves and each other accountable for the organization’s success in fulfilling its mission to our patient community through the provision of safe, excellent care.
  • Stewardship: We recognize our obligation to safeguard the integrity of our mission by maintaining the economic viability of the medical center.
  • Innovation: A commitment to excellence in the delivery of patient care drives us to tackle seemingly insolvable problems. We support and encourage efforts to adopt or generate new, simple, and creative ways to solve complex problems.

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a 220-bed teaching hospital located in an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood directly on the border of northern Brooklyn and Western Queens. We serve a variety of cultural and ethnic communities and are committed to quality and compassion in addressing the healthcare needs of urban neighborhoods.

WHMC has provided medical care to the surrounding community since 1889. Today, with a dedicated staff of more than 1,900 physicians, nurses, and support personnel, we provide healthcare to more than 90,000 patients annually in our adult and pediatric emergency departments. Our doctors deliver 2,000 babies annually. In addition to being a designated Stroke and STEMI center, we offer a wide range of primary care and subspecialty outpatient and ambulatory services, including community health education and disease screening programs.

We offer residency programs in dentistry, emergency medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics/ gynecology, pediatrics, podiatry, and surgery.

Physician Jobs

Across WHMC, our nurses use a patient-centered care approach that supports the whole person — promoting physical, mental, and spiritual health. Our nursing care is sensitive to the patient’s and family’s cultural, religious, and ethical responses to illness and wellness.
In partnership with the New York State Nurses Association, we offer full benefits, including health, dental and vision insurance coverage, tuition reimbursement, and paid time off.
Need more flexibility in your schedule? Join us on a PRN, or “as needed” basis through our nursing staffing office.

Nursing Jobs

Employees of Wyckoff Heights Medical Center make a difference in the lives of people every day. We know that providing quality patient care takes a team of highly trained, highly skilled, and highly caring professionals. That’s why we seek out the best and brightest in both medical and support fields.

Clinical Support Jobs

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center hires for a wide range of positions. Whether you're a new candidate or a current employee looking for a new position, we invite you to browse our open career opportunities.

Non Clinical Support Jobs

While healthcare is our focus, our administrative professionals play a vital role in the organization. From helping the medical center operate on a daily basis, providing programs for the public, training new employees, and a range of other responsibilities, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center welcomes talented individuals to support our mission.

Administrative Jobs

Social Work Jobs


Give the Gift of Time

Volunteering or interning at Wyckoff can be a rewarding and educational experience.  Whether you are committing your time for community service, school requirements, self-education, or out of the kindness of your heart, all efforts are welcome and appreciated.

The Department of Volunteer Services recruits and trains volunteers from the community for placement within the hospital in temporary and permanent, non-clinical and selected clinical positions, thereby assisting various departments within the hospital to fulfill their role in providing Excellence in Care Through Prevention, Education and Treatment in a Safe Environment.

Volunteers are assigned depending on a combination of their interests, skills, and hospital needs.  Duties vary depending on the department each volunteer is assigned.

Volunteer Events & Benefits

  • Volunteer Recognition Day
  • References provided to volunteers after 100 hours are completed
  • Complimentary meal each day you volunteer
  • On the job training
  • Invitation to the hospital’s special events

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or an intern:

Download and complete either the Junior or Adult application, as appropriate. Both the Adult and Junior applications contain 2 recommendation forms that must be completed. If you are applying to participate in traditional volunteering, at least one recommendation needs to be professional (which includes employment or school); the other can be a personal recommendation. If you are applying for an internship, both recommendations need to be completed by professionals (professors, counselors, advisors, etc.) from the institution that requires the internship.

Your doctor must complete the VOLUNTER Medical Release Form.

When all forms have been completed, contact Larissa Rivera, HR/Volunteer Coordinator, at 718- 963-7110 for an interview appointment.


Volunteer Junior Application (Ages 14-17)

Volunteer Adult Application (Ages 18+)

Volunteer Medical Release Form

EHS New Hire Requirements