Patient Care Technician Extern (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – January 17, 2018
start off with a meeting to go over patients. trauma is a place where i learned more about people and what i will see in jobs. hardest part is seeing patients going through struggles. most enjoyable knowing you made someones day.
Externship (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – January 17, 2018
I was there only as a student for my externship for school. I worked there 8 hours a day. I enjoyed the people that I came in contact with. I enjoyed talking to the people that came in for tests or x-rays.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – UMC Nellis Quick Care and Primary Care – January 14, 2018
I started at UMC at the IT Help Desk where I stayed for almost 2 years. Then they needed to hire people with IT certificates. So I transferred to be a Patient Attendant where I stayed 6 months. then I was given the opportunity to move to Nellis Quick care and Primary care as an Office Assistant. Now they have inputted the EPIC paperless system and they are going to eliminate my job. So I am going to have to retire.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – January 10, 2018
UMC was a great work environment which allowed me to meet different people, enhance communication skills, and gain an interest in the fifferrnts aspects of nursing. While working at UMC I didn’t find anything too hard as long as I task focused on the task at hand.
RN (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – January 5, 2018
So many nice people work here. From the Physicians, nurses, kitchen staff and, ect. I am so going to miss working here. For the first time in my nursing Career, I felt at home and was compensated beyond my expectations. The Nursing recruiting department is essential in helping you be comfortable in your environment. Great place to work.
Monthly employee events. Lucheons for being an employee and for your birthday.
The forefront of career learning and sharpening proficiency
Outpatient Coder (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 1, 2018
The hospital has the highest acuity of patients and therefore provides the ideal setting in which to sharpen coding proficiency and skill. Management is knowledgeable, efficient and assists in the improvement of their staff.
A usual day included checking the decontamination area making sure we were not backed up. Checking to see if there were any changes in the or schedule requiring specific Instructions or instruments. Keeping the flow of instrument sets through decontam to instrument room then sent downstairs for sterilization in autoclaves.
RN Emergency Department (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX 79905 – December 26, 2017
Very stressful job considering that we were the only level I trauma facility in a 240 mile radius. We would receive traumas from all over to include Juarez, Mexico. Very hard job with low pay for job done and risks to yourself as a health care provider.
Emergency room technician (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – December 20, 2017
My HR (People) leadership team supports me and constantly pushes me to grow. My goals and the goals of my teammates are clear, and we are encouraged to help each other and teach each other along the way. My opportunities feel endless here, there is always something new and exciting to work on around the corner. The benefits are extremely generous: free healthcare for employees, catered lunch every day, an onsite gym and locker rooms,
PICC Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA 93702 – December 9, 2017
All the nurses were great to work with. Was very satisfied with my job by the end of each day. Doctors appreciated the work you did. It was a teaching hospital so you saw many interesting cases. Unfortunately, it was a small hospital, even though a Level I Trauma center. The hospital closed and moves patients and some of the nurses to the larger facility in the corporation.