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Rideshare Program for NYM
Written by Lyn S. Hill   
Monday, 28 July 2014

New York Methodist Hospital has introduced a new way for the staff to commute to and from the Hospital using  511NY Rideshare. This unique and interactive portal to identify ridematches for carpooling, vanpooling and more options for cost-effective and reliable alternatives to driving alone in New York.

The New York Methodist ride matching system provides access to a pool of potential rideshare matches in your area, based on similar routes and schedules. In addition to saving money on travel expenses, registering in the portal can help to prepare for unforeseen events and emergencies such as severe weather, HOV restrictions, gas shortages, transit strikes and construction projects. Information on carpooling, public transportation, bicycling and walking is also available as is access to 511NY’s array of tools and information on current travel conditions and transit options through www.511NY.org .  

To register in the New York Methodist Hospital Rideshare, click here!  To learn more about 511NY Rideshare, view the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact the Customer Service center from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling 511 and saying “Rideshare.” 

Last Updated ( Monday, 28 July 2014 )
 
My Caddy/Cart says "No Signal"
Written by Peter J Cox   
Friday, 12 May 2006

My Caddy/Medication Cart says "No Signal" on the screen. Does this mean the network is down?

reminder-sign.jpgNO. "No Signal" on the screen means that the screen is not getting any signal from the terminal. This could mean that the cable has been disconnected or the terminal is damaged but USUALLY (99 out of 100 times) it just means that the terminal is OFF. Power the terminal on and the "No Signal" message will go away, please note that the terminal is NOT the screen it's the little box that says WYSE on it (usually in the drawer, underneath the counter or behind the screen). no-signal-monitor.png

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 August 2014 )
 
Why does IT always ask for my Tag number and IP address?
Written by Peter J Cox   
Thursday, 17 February 2011

w-mouse.jpgAlthough it may seem like mundane pieces of information, the Tag number and IP address of a machine are very important in helping to resolve your issue. Many times we can resolve your issue while you're on the phone BUT we need that inofrmation to do it. Also if you have your hospital email address handy (ex: ABC90##@nyp.org) you'll be able to help improve service by receiving follow ups on your service requests.

Click here to learn more.

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 August 2014 )