Coding Specialist (Current Employee) – Binghamton, NY – September 18, 2016
Though every department can and will be different, I can only speak for the one that I am in. Within the office there are so many amazing and knowledgeable men/women. The management strive to keep balance within. Education is always available, the problem is there is not always time to factor that in. For me, the commute to and from work is the most difficult part. At times travel gets tricky in Upstate NY. I truly enjoy the work that I do.
Hospital Service Technician (Former Employee) – Earth City, MO – October 11, 2016
Poor management, no room to advance, and poor benefits. Management was horrible. I told her that I would like a full time position that was available but she gave to someone of a different race. I talked to her about it and she said she didn't know that I wanted it and if she knew she would have given it to me, even though I told her I did.
Good job but can be very metally and physically demanding @ times.
Customer Service Technician (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 9, 2016
You have to be able to perform many tasks @ a time because of the type of business that we are in. The hardest part of the job is theon-cll requirement, because when you are on-call you cannot plan any personal activities, you don't know where you might have to go/deliver equipment to.
Mental Health Technicians (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 10, 2016
Provided a safe, therapeutic environment for patients, family members and staff. I learned being a team player is sometimes compromising to what you believe and there is always a bigger picture. The hardiest part of my job was finding a balance in being stern towards patient who were suicidal and my job consist of keeping them safe. I most enjoyed knowing I truly helped a person get better.
Student Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Binghamton, NY – October 27, 2015
Its busy off and on. I learned how to deal with difficult people. Management is hardly around. The co-works are fine to work with.The hardest part of my job was trusting people. The most enjoyable part of my job is that I felt like something was completed.
Productivity and fun work place with people from different cultural background
Mental Health Assistant (MHA) (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – September 21, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them. Fun work place with supportive management. There were a lot of variety in what I did each day, ranging from the monotonous tasks to new projects that were challenging and exciting.
Hospital Service Technician I (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – May 29, 2015
Great job decent pay. Employees and management at UHS are excellent. Be weary as a hospital service tech you may have to clean many used commodes with just a Clorox, water spray bottle, and a wash cloth. Patients can become very upset rightfully so, when you ask to check their equipment everyday twice.
A well balanced group of employees who maintain professionalism
Radiologic Technologist (Current Employee) – Johnson City, NY – March 9, 2015
Normally a day at work consists of taking care of house patients while performing competent examinations on patients all while maintaining the ALARA concept. Employees work together to get all the work done in a timely manner without compromising patient care.
Great team work
short breaks if any, minimal opportunity for overtime
Hospital Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – United States – February 8, 2015
UHS is a great company to work for. There are numerous opportunities to develop leadership and customer service skills. The individuals I have worked with in the company are all top notch individuals. There are opportunities to advance if one is willing to take advantage of them. Great benefits, fair pay and for the most part, great leadership. Like most companies, there are a few drawbacks, but nothing that would prevent an individual succeeding who really applied the effort.