Data Analyst (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – June 2, 2017
Good place to work for. Family atmosphere. Great benefits. I have enjoyed working for this facility. Great use for the community. Has many amazing employees that are retained for years. Non profit hospital that gets the job done.
If you want a place to grow your career and learn, this is the place to start and end.
System Manager (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – April 19, 2017
UMC will invest in you and support your career growth. You can become successful and invest back in the success of the company's growth. Many that start their carreer at UMC make a lifetime career here.
Not too many of the good jobs open up. The people that work here stay here.
Educating rewarding. Able to go up the ladder. Able to be trained in new positions
CNA/HUC (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – February 15, 2017
Working here wsa a blast. Everyone was a team and a family. Hours were great and if you asked for overtime it was given. Everyone rotated on holidays. Training here was awesome learned a lot of things.
Co workers, overtime, training, awesome people working there.
RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – UMC EL PASO TX – February 12, 2017
CVICU is an excellent place to work. The team work they have is amazing, you will never feel unsafe while working there. Management is great, excellence is their goal, and professional improvement is encouraged and supported.
RN (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – January 15, 2017
Couldn't have asked to work for a better company nor better people. Staff here are remarkable and caring. I enjoy the population I work with and for. My job requires so much of me and drains me in every aspect, but at the end of the day, I am reminded of why I do what I do, and of who I am. This is by far, the most rewarding of professions and I am proud to work for this hospital.
Certified lab assistant (Former Employee) – Main hospital – June 10, 2016
Loved my job.. loved what I did. Co workers in other depts were amazing to work with. Co workers in Lab were horrible, especially management. There was a large amount of favoritism within direct supervisor and upper management. Not willing to work with an injured employee. Benifits are great but pay is not. Team work didn't exist in Lab. Very disappointing. Blame management. I would definitely work for UMC again but in a different department, never Lab
Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 13, 2015
The only thing great about this place was my co workers. Super friendly and always more than willing to help out. Some days were easier than others like having 10 patients per CNA. You got to eat whenever you got a chance to. And the pay was ridiculous, an insult actually. Minimum wage for all the dirty work us as CNAs do is definitely not worth it. I would not work here again..
BiomedicalTech II (Former Employee) – El Paso – August 9, 2015
There is a unique atmosphere where the majority of people actually like their job and it is visible by the way everyone interacts with one another. It would be extremely difficult to walk down the corridors of this instituition and not be greeted by several co-workers. Having said that, the only thing I find discomforting is the knee-jerk reaction administration has the tendancy to have when things go askew.
Outpatient Coder (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – April 14, 2015
UMC is growing so fast and employees are so nice to each other, they made me feel I am very welcomed and the coworkers are happy to help me to learn! Its a great opportunity to work at UMC and there are more and more clinics coming!
COR (Former Employee) – El Paso – December 11, 2014
Management very un fair!!! They have favoritism 24/7 very un organized facilities "Managers" will always be at restaurants or in personal trips or stores at working hours on the clock. Co worker's are somewhat good there's always gossip in the clinics makes it uneasy! !!
good insurance dental and eye
30 min lunches and no breaks for 13 hour shifts "management" has favoritism! !!
Junior Volunteer (Former Employee) – El Paso, Texas – October 15, 2014
I volunteered at University Medical Center for 3 years during high school. Working my whole summer and all of the holiday breaks from school. It was very fun, exciting and I learned so much from it. The most enjoyable part of my day was talking to patients and visitors.