The Department of Radiology is committed to maintaining a workplace free from harassment
and discrimination. Harassment and discrimination are against the law and all members of our department have a legal right to a workplace free from harassment and discrimination. As such, all members of our department are required to work in a manner that prevents and protects against harassment and discrimination.
How to Report
All members of our department are urged to report harassment and discrimination.
You can file a complaint institutionally with:
Director of the Office of Institutional Equity
WCM Complaint of Discrimination, Harassment, and/or Retaliation Form
You can also file a complaint with a government agency:
NYC Commission of Human Rights
NYS Division of Human Rights
Office of the NYC Attorney General Civil Rights Bureau
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
In compliance with federal, state, city, and local laws, Weill Cornell Medicine strives to provide an environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Policy 206 covers complaints of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and sexual misconduct or assault through different procedures against faculty and/or staff.
Steps You Can Take to Protect Yourself
Learn definitions and examples of discrimination and harassment.
Learn about your rights as they pertain to discrimination and harassment.
Document in detail and retain evidence in a safe and private place.
Review policies and procedures at Weill Cornell Medicine
Learn how to report an incident at Weill Cornell Medicine
Common Terms & Definitions
Confidential Mental Health Care:
Student (Medical and Graduate) Mental Health Services: (212) 746-5775
Employee (Faculty and Staff) Assistance Program: (212) 746-5890