Hospital Service Technician I (Former Employee) – Wixom, MI – March 14, 2017
Uhs is a place were people who need to keep bUsy will fit in . There is always more to do with a team and individually. Sometimes the hours are long but the environment is very diverse. Always new things to learn yet can be very repetitive.
Hospital Service Technician Level II (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 14, 2017
Come in, do patient rounds, clean equipment, deliver calls, go home. Fun workplace. My boss was awesome and would always be understanding. UHS is always willing to build you up and move you up if you show that you are deserving.
Hospital Service Technician (Current Employee) – Lexington-Fayette, KY – March 12, 2017
Rewarding by working with hospital patients. Fair compensation. Start day with equipment rounds throughout the hospital. Clean equipment throughout the work day. Delivery of equipment throughout workday.
Hospital Service Technician (Current Employee) – Robbinsdale, MN – March 7, 2017
Team work in a fast paced and physically demanding environment. Self starter strong organizational and priority driven abilities. If you like to walk for hours on end averaging about 20 miles a day. Like to clean very much like doing dishes all day. Like to go in sick patients rooms to inventory the equipment daily than this is the job for you.
not sitting in an office able to move around and be on your own accord.
No down time constantly on the move may lack opporunity for a break.
I worked for UHS for about 2 years. I started as an On Demand employee, where I worked as needed. After 10 months, without a degree, I was promoted to Supervisor based off of hard work and knowledge of the job responsibilities. There was always work that needed to be done. Very busy and critical work environment, which is good for me. Hardest part was managing others. Most enjoyable part was helping patients get back to good health.
Hospital Service Technician (Former Employee) – Trenton, NJ – February 9, 2017
One of the worst companys to work for the pay is great but to deal with management and all the changing guidlines isnt enough to compensate. The boss who i had was very unprofessional and wouldn't allow other employees to use PTO or schedule off even months in advance. God for bid you even call out sick! And on top of that YOU had to find the coverage not the boss. Which in my years of retail and other companies was a first! Stay away from this company as much as possible.
Hospital experience and high pay
Bad management, refusing time off, horrible co workers, no benefits as part time, no room for advancement, harassment off the job, just a bad company :(
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Sun Valley, CA 91352 – February 2, 2017
Extremely under paid for work given, Was told after an 8 hour shift to drive up to Sacramento and back the same night to deliver a unit needed for the next day. Told to not have any overtime, if worked over time i had to break it up and place it on days worked or forced a day off so overtime was not paid
Not a horrible company, but not for anyone looking for a place to stay long term. Sales and operations not really in sync with each other. Communication is iffy... depends on what C-level person is providing the communication. Company depends on "home-grown" programs yet outsourced the help desk.
My department team was wonderful and my immediate manager was the best. Cross-departmental communication and teamwork is hit or miss.
Good place to get your feet wet for about 3 years, but probably not where you want to retire from.
The hardest part of the job for me is the on-call. This is a 24/7 company and we deliver all types of equipment to our customers within a 2 hour + drive time. This includes 1000 lb bariatric beds and for a 55 year old woman it is not easy.
The most enjoyable part of my job is the customers. They call and know that I'm able to help them - going above and beyond.
Poor leadership, I had 5 direct leadership changes within 1 year and there were many leadership changes from the CEO to front line staff in a very short amount of months. No one really knew what role they wanted the Clinical Solutions Sales RN to provide.