Medical Technologist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 8, 2016
Typical laboratory. Co workers are great and easy to get along with. Management is very helpful and caring, they are considerate about you as an employee and growth. There isn't anything hard about this job that you won't see in another laboratory. I enjoy the flexibility of my supervisors.
It was a great place to work for. It was my part time job to supplement my income. It was diverse,it was a professional atmosphere and I enjoyed working there. I had decided to retire and relocate to North Carolina.
Line Server/Catering associate (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 28, 2015
work at union memorial is a good experience if you never worked in food service before ..but overall a typically day at work is preparing meals food patients making sure that they are getting the right food for the diet that they are on
Registered Nurse, Same Day Surgery/Recovery Room (Former Employee) – Elkton, MD – July 22, 2015
Lost my second family. I worked there for 13 years. typical day there was busy. I started my career there as unit clerk and put myself through nursing school. did do intern/externship through here . Was pediatrics nurse, med/surg nurse, then same day surgery and recovery nurse.
Good job not enough pay some shifts are terrible and not enough TEAM work benefits are very good would not recommend working in a hospital if you do not care about others definetly something yu should not be doing just to get a check
Care Associate (CA) (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 7, 2015
HATED!!!!!! working here so much.... The Nurses suck. The Nurse Assistants were great. The Doctors were okay. There is no support here. No one wants to work together as a team. It's survival of the fittest and everyone has an ATTITUDE!
Great working environment but poor training skills.
registered respiratory therapist (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 29, 2015
I loved working at Union Hospital for two years. The hospital is very nice and I had access to everything that I needed to fulfill my work duties. I liked my co-workers, they were very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, I disagree with their training of new employees. I was misinformed about documentation when I first started by a fellow employee who had also been misinformed. Because of this lack of appropriate training, I lost my job at Union Hospital.
Great work environment, nice employees, good compensation
Admitting Rep/ Patient Registration (Current Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 4, 2015
The Emergency room is intense and fast pace. I have learned how to work under stress and pressure. The management is outstanding, and my co-workers are enjoyable to be around. The most difficult part of my job is time management, however, I have learned the skills that I need in order to accomplish tasks quickly and efficiently. The most enjoyable aspect of my job is the ability to work closely with patients and patient's family members in the registration and insurance process.
Fast pase environment and interaction multiple patients.
Not having enough time with the patients, also lack of staffing in the Admitting department.
Social Work Intern (Current Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – November 17, 2014
Interning at Union Hospital has been very rewarding because it is a completely different environment than what I'm used to. At Union I had the opportunity to work in the ER as a patient representative and social work intern as well as a patient representative in ICU. I learned many things but most importantly I learned how to work with families and not just the client. I'm used to working with children and their parents from past summer camp positions but working with a variety of different people from different backgrounds has been a major lesson. Here at Union it is a friendly, peaceful environment. My co-workers were more than helpful when needed. I partnered with the Chaplain's office through Indiana State University. The head chaplain was more than willing to help coworkers through time of need. The hardest part of this job was not being able to help clients the way I wanted to. As a social worker you can help client's but only so much because it isn't our job to tell them what to do. The most enjoyable part of this job was seeing the smile on the client's faces when I was there to help. For me, it was heart warming to know that I helped a client get what they need or even just talk to the for the amount of time they were in the ER or in ICU.
Recreation Therapist (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – November 15, 2014
Everyday I would work with nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to help patients to improve their quality of life. We worked well as a team to benefit the patients. The most enjoyable part of my job was making a difference in the patients. We would have patients come back and visit and be so thankful and doing so well. The hardest was when the patient was not benefiting and not able to return to home.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Lynn, MA – November 14, 2014
Some days are slow and other days enough work to have the day go by fast. I have learned an abundance of knowledge through extensive trainings how to manage different mood levels of individuals. Working with management was great very understanding of ones needs, co-workers very team oriented. The hardest part of the job is seeing the disadvantage of supports that are out there for people that are looking for help. The most rewarding part of the job is seeing an individual succeed and become successful in maintaing there issues.