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Universal Health Services Inc. United States Employee Reviews

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Easy work
Equipment Technician (Former Employee), Memphis, TNApril 7, 2015
Have to have the stomach to see and smells the things you do. A lot of cleaning and walking. Boredom will set in due to the lack of work at times.
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Concerned with bottom line without considering circumstances making it difficult to work in safe environment.
Residential Counselor (Former Employee), West Columbia Sc MidlandsApril 6, 2015
Pros: Free meals if census is full
Cons: Poor leadership, staff put in circumstances that set them up for failure.
Not concerned with employee morale. Management makes decisions based on census not on employee safety in environment.
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Poor managerial skill set (DON and Nurse Manager) provides hostile work environment.
Registered Nurse-Psychiatry (Adult and Adolescent) (Former Employee), Shippensburg, PAApril 3, 2015
Pros: Majority of staff cares about patients and does job well
Cons: Inexperienced, hostile, egotistical managerial staff with poor skillset (DON, Nurse Manager). Poor staffing leading to potential for injuries.
Great multidisciplinary staff, however, managerial staff has caused many of nursing staff to leave as well as low morale amongst those who continue to work units. Staffed for census only without acuity being considered, resulting in injured staff and lack of time to complete work within scheduled shift. The best skills shown by management is backstabbing and ridiculing. Clearly the company is driven by profit margins and not caring for patients!
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Productive, fast paced, and well organized
SurgiNet Clinical Analyst II and Project Lead (Former Employee), King of Prussia, PAMarch 31, 2015
Pros: relaxed work enviornment
Cons: too much travel
They accomplish so much working in teams and working together. The corporate staff works well with the hospital staff to accomplish projects and to make the system better
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Its about money, paperwork, and pleasing the big wigs
Team Member (Former Employee), Kansas City, MoMarch 4, 2015
Pros: not many if any
Cons: understaffed because they follow a grid no matter the patient acuity, no security, management doesnt appreciate staff, nit picking, always adding more work, poor management
Positives about this place; most of the staff members truly want to help, some work tovether as a taem to get task done and keep patients and each other safe. Rate of pay is decent. Place looks good on paper.

Negatives; too many to list. Treatment is a joke, this place is pretty much a homeless shelter for drug seeking pts and homeless peoples who know what to say to get a free bed for a few days. For the kids, is toddlers through kids in their late teens on the same coed unit. Always understaffed, which gives patients the opourtunity to seek and do most anything. There is no security on the payroll, nurses and techs are security. Agitated patients yelding anything to be used as a weapon, patients attacking staff, then you must stop and question if you'll get fired for protecting yourself, for giving a shot after being punched in the face or choked out.

Smoke breaks, in a health facility instead of promoting health and giving a nicotine patch instead while inpatient. Docs bending over and giving patients with a history of opiate abuse pain meds and benzos, just to keep the patient pleased.

Hardly no patient interaction with staff as staff are always busy with paper work and inservices online, being threatened constantly via email and text message about completing paper, checking this box, and crossing t's, or face disciplinary action.

Freaking monthly meetings, then unit meetings, then more meetings, it never ends. Nooo work life balance here.

Still doing paper charting, no EMAR, and the paperwork never ends, you may spend 3+ hours over your 12 hour shift completing paperwork – more... and charting because you had 20+ patients, with 4-7 admits, in addition to multiple codes, and agitated patients, with lazy staff, on top of being understaffed.

Management cares about shoving as many patients here as possible to get money. Its so bad that when the childrens unit is full, they will have the overflow sleep on the adult units, with a 1:1, but still, not safe, staff arent professional body guards.

You will loose you sanity, maybe even your credentials and life working here. This is one of the worst companies in the US to work for. Why more people dont speak out about the practices of this company, Im not sure, but save yourself the stress, and work somewhere else. You will go to work everyday hating your profession, and wish you wouldve taken my advice. – less
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Service Excellence
Support Clinical Analyst (Former Employee), King of Prussia, PAFebruary 26, 2015
Very fortune 500 company always striving to do bigger and better things for the Clincial / Healthcare Application Network.
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Working at United Healthcare was a great learning opportunity
Pre-Services Specialist (Former Employee), Richmond, VAFebruary 25, 2015
Pros: location
Cons: no perks, salary to small, no opportunity for growth, very little employee appreciation
The job environment was not the best but I worked well with what I had. Software was not up to date. Upper management not that involved in what the employees are doing and not open for suggestions,
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Working at United Healthcare was a great learning opportunity
Pre-Services Specialist (Former Employee), Richmond, VAFebruary 25, 2015
Pros: location
Cons: no perks, salary to small, no opportunity for growth, very little employee appreciation
The job environment was not the best but I worked well with what I had. Software was not up to date. Upper management not that involved in what the employees are doing and not open for suggestions,
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Just a place to acquire professional experience
Case Manager and Care Coordinator (Former Employee), Guaynabo, Puerto Rico officeFebruary 22, 2015
Pros: opportunity to acquire professional experience
Cons: no settled schedules, pay, care management and very tense stressful working environment.
Co-workers are very nice, good to work with. Job is very, VERY stressful. Management does not 'get it'! For a business supposedly helping ppl, they only care about money! Keep getting more work given to us, but no more pay. Very poor record keeping, supervisor does not even know the job. If u want high blood pressure, sleepless nights, and if your mate wants to hear you complain a lot-then this is the job for you!!. Just a place to get exprience from. No life/work time balance. Working environment that has to do a lot of improvements,
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Productive workplace
Administrative Secretary (Former Employee), King of Prussia, PAFebruary 19, 2015
Pros: good work environment
Cons: too far
I enjoyed working in the Benefits Department as an Administrative Secretary. I handle highly confidential information and handled time sensitive projects. In the two years that I was there, my position grew and was able to speak to employees in regards to their benefits and guide them appropriately.
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Challenging, but good teamwork in a good environment.
Environmental Services Director (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVFebruary 16, 2015
Being the head of a department means multitasking. Hitting budget targets, scheduling, payroll, reports, meetings, and more, but nothing is more gratifying than mentoring employees. Getting them to be a team, believe in themselves and produce quality results.
The biggest thing I learned and improved on was delegation of tasks to supervisors. One person cannot do everything, but by training and putting my trust in supervisors made my life easier.
A good place to work with excellent team work between department heads, which creates a fun, enjoyable culture to work in.
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Great place to work
Account Manager (Former Employee), Little Rock, ARFebruary 9, 2015
Pros: growth opportunity
Cons: limited opportunity in arkanasas
This comany is a great place to work. If you're looking for stability, opportunity and culture this is the place. Each department has the full support of onsite management and corporate level management.
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Worst job ever
Mental Health Tech (Current Employee), Ocala, FlFebruary 7, 2015
Pros: co workers
Cons: everything else
Extremely disorganized, communication is done through yelling and screaming when something goes wrong. Very very stressful job low pay. If you want to have high blood pressure or a stroke this is the perfect job for you.
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Great Opportunityfor Advancement
Project Manager - Grants (Former Employee), King of Prussia, PAFebruary 6, 2015
Management was responsive to career development requests to advance career and provide additional responsibilities as employees were ready.
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Very stressful job
Med records coordinator (Current Employee), PaFebruary 4, 2015
Pros: co-workers, the ppl who we deal with
Cons: stress, low pay, high expectations, large work responsibility, poor record keeping, unorganized charts
Co-workers are very nice, good to work with. Job is very, VERY stressful. Management does not 'get it'! For a business supposedly helping ppl, they only care about money! Keep getting more work given to us, but no more pay. Very poor record keeping, supervisor does not even know the job. If u want high blood pressure, sleepless nights, and if your mate wants to hear you complain a lot-then this is the job for you!!
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Productive with the ability to grow
Executive Director (Current Employee), Rockford, ILFebruary 4, 2015
Supervision, Counseling, Facilitating groups, Service of Excellence, Financial reports, Leadership Committee, Governing Board
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Great place to work!
Recruitment Coordinator (Current Employee), King of Prussia, PAJanuary 30, 2015
Incredible co-workers to partner with, I have learned so much in my short two years here, skills that I have been able to use day to day and have allowed me to continue to grow.
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Satisfactory and fun work environment,
Mental Health Technician (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAJanuary 27, 2015
Pros: opportunity for advancement
Management and coworkers are reliable and dependable.UHS employees go above and beyond job duties on a regular basis.The knowledge and ability to work with clients of all diversities are rewarding.UHS encourages clients to succeed and thrive within their communities.
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Hospital with potential for us and them
Registered Nurse/Charge Nurse (Former Employee), Palmdale, CAJanuary 26, 2015
Palmdale Regional Medical Center work environment is typical of hospitals this size. As such, it has a high turnover rate and with a little company loyalty there is good opportunity for advancement. The hospital on the whole has the opportunity to become a leading medical facility with exemplary management. The benefits are very good, befitting a company as large as UHS. Not every day is a good day but overall it was enjoyable and educational working for PRMC.
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Great company in which to gain experience
Senior Compensation Analyst (Current Employee), Edinburg, TXJanuary 22, 2015
Pros: stability, work exposure
Cons: company is very tight
If you are looking to wear many hats, and gain experience, this is the job for you. Most positions requiring education are very, very stable, wear many hats, and do a variety of work. Very busy,

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Universal Health Services Inc. Salaries

Mental Health Technician
$30,000 per year
$12.00 per hour