Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 19, 2018
It was a good place to work then we got a lot of young management that wanted to change things. We tried working with them but when you never had a job before and you are put in charge,your head gets big.
CNA Working in the Medical Surgical Unit (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – January 17, 2018
I learned a lot from the other nurses and CNA's about how to keep up with the work. The hardest part of the job was when there were not enough CNA's to do the unit and we would have 12 to 18 patient's to take care of. I enjoyed it more when we had 6-8 patient's to do because we could accomplish our work and get done on time.
Learning to take better care of the patients and being a team when you or someone else needs help.
When someone does not show up or calls out ill and you need to take care of more patients.
Imaging Technician (Current Employee) – High Point, NC – January 15, 2018
For patients this is a friendly atmosphere with quality health care. For staff there isn't a focus on retaining quality and efficient staff. Management allows mediocracy and this is not a conducive environment for staff retention.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 10, 2018
Typical work day was fast pace How to move around the hospital without getting lost management was great only one manager I felt like she didn't like me Hardest part for me was the burn unit when 99% of the body was burned and you still had to draw Making a stick and the patient said they didn't feel a thing
credit nice pay check pto on each check free insurance
I think that you should have certain departments you draw from instead of unlimited
Administrative Support Supervisor (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 9, 2018
Supervise my team and lend support when needed. Work independently. Workplace culture is non existent and this is aided with poor management. Manager is given free rein and upper management does not monitor their poor behavior. Poor moral among team.
All in all it’s an OK place to work but if I had known how things are there I would’ve never left the state that I came from and continued working at
Health Unit Coordinator (HUC) (Current Employee) – Children’s Hospital – January 8, 2018
There is favoritism in my unit and they like to go By seniority instead of your work ethics and force a lot of the employees to flip-flop back-and-forth for days to midnights instead of hiring permanent days and permanent night people who love to work midnights people who love the workdays.
Job security is there
Their medical health insurance is really bad, Specially if you take a lot of maintenance drugs and you’re unable to get generic, they really sock it to you with the brand-name and Hardly pay any of it.
Nursing Assistant I, Per Diem (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 5, 2018
UNC Healthcare is a teaching hospital and knew I would learn hands on nursing skills. Many RNs are willing and enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge and allowing NA's to assist in an array of situations. There is a lot of autonomy in the position I hold in the float pool. Everyday is something different with opportunities to work throughout the hospital. Nearly every person I have worked with here enjoys what they do and truly care for patients. The hardest part of the job is learning my way around the hospital. The signage isn't the best but there is always someone nearby to help you find your way. Most enjoyable part of the job is the mix culture of employees and patients and opportunities to learn every shift that I work.
great teaching hospital, with many opportunities to work and learn. as with any large operation, there are some good managers, and some not so good, but at UNC you can usually find a place to work that fits you best.
Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – December 15, 2017
8bt is one of the worst floors in the hospital. The NA do not and will not give the PNA's a break. The RN's do the work of the NA's while the NA's sleep, be on their cell phones and even watch movies on the company computer. When getting assigned to that floor its dreadful knowing you wont get a break even if you call out> Not sure who the manager is, but the overnight NA's pretty much run that unit.