HIM Medical Records Clerk (Current Employee) – Tucson AZ – October 2, 2015
Current manager is very approachable and a very good listener. The hospital has been bought out by another company, so a lot of changes are happening. Our department is in the process of being moved to another location.
Data Base Specialist (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – October 1, 2015
We have politics like any other job. My typical day entails of keep patient information update at all times. Decent amount red tape and politics. the most enjoyable part is working with some of my co-workers.
This is a great place to work. It is a learning facility. I have meet knew friends here. It has a great support staff available for every need. Everyone works as a team all over to get the job done. Great place to move up in a different position if you desire.
Access Financial Coord (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – September 18, 2015
New management is from billing so we are doing more bill work so they have less to do on back end. In saying that we stay busy and not much down. UMC is a business and that is how you work if you have down time you are not doing something you suppose to be doing. My normal day is checking in Patients, going to their rooms getting them to sign papers and getting any information might have missed when they first came in, collecting money, confirming insurance, helping bill by investigating car crashes, fall and worker comp.
Warehouse receiver and floor stocker for the hospital
Receiving Technician (Former Employee) – Tucson,AZ – August 30, 2015
My day began at 5:00 am My first duty of the day was to receive the delivery off the truck and check all inventory to ensure it was all there. Then I rotated stock throughout hospital and restocked hospital units with necessary supplies. Reordered supplies for the next day shipment. I learned about all the different supplies that a hospital uses and how the supplies could help save peoples lives. I stocked several of the ICU's throughout the hospital. I loved interacting with all the people I met in the hospital, I built a great working relationship with many of my fellow co-workers I really enjoyed knowing that the materials that our department provided helped the patients in the hospital recover and that they were able to go home to their families.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 17, 2015
Working for UMC (now Banner) was on of the best jobs I have ever had. All the employees got along and made each and every shift enjoyable. I like my job and co workers so much that I used to work 6 days a week, sometimes more. Would go back in a heartbeat!!
Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 9, 2015
In the outpatient pharmacy we would see approx 750 patients per day. Some of my coworkers where hard workers and worked as a team. We would make the day fun and we worked well together. I am bilingual and was used to help translate. The outpatient pharmacy was closed in Sept 2015 and we were moved to the inpatient. What we found there was lack of cooperation and training. New management came in with lots of changes, but seemed to not want a happy crew.