Its a great place when you are working with the right ones who are willing to go that extra mile, and do what there job is required of them to do.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 15, 2017
Its a great atmosphere, lots of benefits when you are full time the pay just is not enough for food service especially when you have to take a lot from the customers,and emlpoyees that visit, and work there. The coworkers just dont mind their own business its always something going on with a worker.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 10, 2017
Management has a lot of favorites and people who they make exceptions for in the pharmacy department. They do not foster a learning environment. Most techs are not knowledgeable of the medications they are handling and when pharmacist are asked they either don't want to answer or don't know
Clinical Dietitian (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 24, 2017
UAB Hospital was a great learning and working environment. I enjoyed my co-workers, and got along great with my supervisor. I also enjoyed the work. My supervisor was very flexible with me as far as scheduling, and I worked with a pleasant bunch of people. Working at UAB also provided me with a wide range of experience in the field of dietetics.
RN (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 3, 2017
UAB is a very advanced hospital with professionals that are not afraid to take risks to save the patient. ICU staffing is fair, assignments 2:1, management fairly involved, lots of opportunity to voice opinions to upper management. Great benefits and pay is equal to hospitals in the area.
I worked with an incredible group of health care professionals.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 17, 2017
I can't speak for every unit in the hospital but the ones I had the pleasure of working on were amazing. The nurse managers were truly interested in your growth and development. There was always support from the nurses and physicians. The patients were the best and worst part of the job. We took care of some phenomenal people but their prognosis was usually poor so it could be sad at times.
Administrative Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 13, 2016
Management is very concerned with employee satisfaction, they go above and beyond to make all employees as satisfied as possible. The pay is decent and there are also bonuses that are given in relation to quality patient care.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 18, 2016
As a patient care tech I have experienced multiple situations with patients, co workers and family members. My demeanor is to treat people how I would like to be treated and to also treat the patients as if they were my family member. There may been obstacles put out along the way, but I had to smile and push through it all. The patient/customers is always right and its my responsibility to accommodate them. On this journey as a Patient care tech I enjoyed making the patients feel comfortable and lifting there spirit through their time of illness.
Secretary/ PCT (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 11, 2016
This job allows you to learn and experience many different things. You can also gain confidence from working here. A typical day at work would be a hard. This jobs allows you to get much needed exercise. We are always up running from room to room. The part that I enjoy thee most about my job is that I love to work with the different patients.
Becoming very skilled.
This job does not pay enough for how hard you have to work.