Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 4, 2018
I never had no problems with working at Union it’s a great place to work.Everyone was nice and peaceful.They had no problem with helping you if you needed help. I would recommend anyone to work or to come to Union for any care.
OR tech (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – December 29, 2017
There were 5-7 xray techs staffed daily which took a lot of pressure from or off. Learned various fluroscopic and or procedures. Management was very flexible with staff. Employees were always willing to help one another. Hardest part of job was being on call. Most enjoyable part of job was management showing appreciation for efforts staff made.
Celebrating xray tech week and showing appreciation during holiday season.
Union Memorial is an overall good place to work people are nice i knew everyone my coworkers were helpful if i didnt understand job duties or i needed somone to talk to are help getting done some task that i moved slow in it was difficult to multi task due to cereabal palsy but i hung in there and did what i could do for a year
good pay something, to look forward to when getting up in the morning, and saying this is fun im proud to work here
fast paced enviorment with good co-workers sometimes a little stressful due to fast pace but overall enjoyable.this was difficult job to leave but had to relocate. would return if opportunity presented itself.
I started there as a new graduate and had many opportunities offered. Work caseload was unevenly distributed - management was inconsistent and not supportive (unable to vs unwilling to). Other opportunities came my way. Would recommend as a great place for a slightly more experienced therapist.
RN (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 3, 2017
I enjoy taking care people. The level of care required needs more time than we you can offer. Something has to give in order for the care needed versus amount to offer can be balanced. Less documentation or lesser patient load.
Care Associate (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 15, 2017
The hospital cares only about the nurses whether they are right or wrong. All the new nurses coming out of school dont know how to do anything but pass meds. They expect the techs to do everything while the nurses sit around and chart all shift. If a nurse complains about you to management, they take the word of tje nurse no matter what. The techs do most all the work and get treated the worst. There is no respect given. You end up having to teach nurses how to do things and they still feel the need to disrespect you and the years you have been on the medical field.
There were no pros when i worked there
Just lack of respect and lack of pay for back breaking labor
Central Store (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 28, 2017
Medstar is quick to lay their own employees off and bring in a contract company to cut down on money. Management is unprofessional. Adults here isn't doing nothing but telling on each other, or gossiping about someone else's life. Union Memorial is the worse place to work at. I would never work here again.
The hospital was well organized, management on my floor wasn't the best. The patient ratio to staff not the best, as it was based on how many beds were filled. Patient safety was a concern, especially isolation patients.