This company was nice to obtain clinical experience to, I would enjoy being a part of the team and gaining more knowledge as a respiratory therapist. The staff overall was friendly and communicated well, they were also encouraging. This was fast paced and very informative.
surgical tech (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – November 27, 2015
I spent five years working for UMMC, It was good while it lasted. The money was good but the stress was more. My health was more important to me and since I have left my blood pressure has decreased & I have more time at home with m son living a happier life.
Portfolio Team Member (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 6, 2015
The atmosphere all over the UMMC Campus is very serious yet friendly at all times you can tell everyone here understands their purpose and enjoys to work especially the nursing staff......"i actually found out that the Nurses are the real CEO of the hospital and without them they would perish" GO Figure DR.Whooo
Medical Secretary (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – September 30, 2015
Working in the Cardiology clinic was quite interesting to me. The technicians performed EKGs, monitors, treadmilll tests and pacemaker checks. My job was to type reports, take phone calls and schedule appointments, handle the medical records, filing, etc.
Working in a setting where you are able to make a person with cancer's day better
Patient Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – MD – June 7, 2015
A very diverse center of employees and physicians willing to help those with life threatening diseases. To know that you are making a difference in someone else's life and to see a smile on their face is such a rewarding experience
Placement placement Coord 11 (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 12, 2015
worked nights 11p-7a medical placement descision making for the need of patients. cruel and unfair at times great co-workers need beds for the patients when none was avaible when facility was full placing all patients in beds for medcial needs. good place to work with the right people and staff.
good place to work with the right people and staff
Dietary Aide (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – July 7, 2014
The UMMC was one of, if not the best, jobs i have ever had. while working there, i have learned my way around hospitals, the meaning of different signs,and much more. The mangers and co workers were like family i have grown to love. The job itself wasn't complicated at all,and it was enjoyable as a whole.
Nurses' Assistant (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – June 14, 2014
I learned to to roll with the punches and how to not let one bad day get to me. The hardest part of my job was letting my babies go in peace. The most enjoyable part was putting a small on their faces.
Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, Maryland – May 17, 2014
UMMC is a great place to work. Diverse culture and every employee is acknowledge for making UMMC a caring and excellent place to work. Helpful and awesome coworkers make work flow smooth. Great place to learn and advance.
cafeteria discount, shuttle to your parking, nice pay and good benefits.
Clinical Nurse II (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – April 25, 2014
Hours are flexible...work 4 9-hour shifts, no weekends, no holidays. I have learned a great deal about anesthesia management of patients undergoing surgery and have the flexibility in my day to learn about different procedures, disease processes and management by looking them up online. The hardest part of my job is functioning in a management role while still carrying a full workload. The most enjoyable part is interacting with staff to collaborate care for pre-op clients.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 5, 2013
Working at Ummc was a blessing I never seen so many people from all over the world til I work there. I learned so much that words cant explain. The hardest part of my job was when you make friends, with some of the people who are illness and they pass on. The most enjoyable part about Ummc is when we was able to help or even save a person life.