Great peers and plenty of work make this a great place to work!
Medical Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – 370 Guaranty Bank building Worcester, MA – February 19, 2017
Financial counseling is important, meeting someone who has been injured ( in their medical room, ) to let them know not to worry: if you are uninsured or not insured, I will handle your MassHealth application, or I will work with you to establish a payplan that will not detrimentally interfere with your current financial situation. Make sure you thoroughly and truthfully document their medical records down to the wire. Return all phone calls.
Offer classes you can take during lunches for certification.
SPD Tech (Former Employee) – University campus – February 20, 2017
Most of my co-workers were awesome. I was there for 6 years b management is horrible. There is a lot of favoritism and good workers have to take up the slack. The more you do the more is expected of the productive employees and never any recognition from the manager. Burn out
good place to work, good benefits, supportive administration
Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – February 12, 2017
The organization as a whole is a great place to work. They offer benefits that show they have taken the time to review and take into consideration the employee surveys they conduct. The administration is supportive and has an open door policy to all its employees.
great benefit, opportunity to advance, great support from the administration
RN (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – February 11, 2017
Surgery department is a mess. Too many leadership people who have been there for years and don't have a clue how to run the various departments. In addition to that, they don't have to have successful projects. Most of the projects fail and these people still have jobs. They wouldn't last in the real world. They are the protected few who never worked anywhere else.
Benefits are good and the time off accrued is good but if you have a manager who doesn't let you use it, what good is it. They take their vacations but don't care about the staff.
Executive Assistant/Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – January 16, 2017
Great place to retire from, I learned a lot while I was there, amazing changes will be happening for both the employees and patients over the next 5 years. CEO is an amazing person with a lot of heart!
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – January 8, 2017
I used to volunteer from 7am-1pm four days a week. I would go in and would direct patients and visitors to where they should be going or get a wheelchair to take someone to a certain office in the hosptial.
Medical Technologist II (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – December 31, 2016
As a hospital, there is always work to do. The people is as every where else, some are great, some other not that good. The harder part of the job were the stat moments, and most enjoyable part: the days go by fast since you busy all the time.
Critical Care Technician (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – December 17, 2016
As a member of the emergency department at UMASS, I felt like if I have a family there, not only coworkers but also my friends. Great teamwork and trust in between everyone. Management was not just a manager, she was a part of the team and would not mind doing anyone's job role.
Emergency Room Observation Assistant (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – December 8, 2016
it was a great experience for me. i loved it and everyone there including management and the staff was supportive and helpful. i would recommend it for any friends or family member if they wanted to work there.
Healthcare (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – December 7, 2016
I work with a great team of dedicated healthcare professionals. We strive to bring the best possible treatments to patients and assist them through their medical problems. A fantastic group of co-workers who all find time to help one another. Most enjoyable part of my day is patient satisfaction.