Tell us about your experience with hospitals in New York.

The New York Times is looking at nonprofit hospitals, which receive billions of dollars in tax breaks each year, to see if they’re fulfilling their philanthropic mission.

We are investigating how people who are uninsured or using Medicaid are treated compared to more affluent patients. Do well-connected or wealthy patients receive different types of treatment? Have poorer patients been transferred to other hospitals, or encouraged to seek care elsewhere?

We appreciate your help. If you’re a doctor, nurse, or technician at a nonprofit hospital in New York City, we’d love to hear from you. We also look forward to hearing from medical students and medical residents in New York City and from emergency services workers who help transport patients to hospitals.

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