Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – January 17, 2018
Completed my clinical externship at UCIMC. Learned many different ways to preform various surgeries and always had the opportunity to continue my training. Was never stuck with just once specific type of surgery.
Pharmacy Technician II (full-time) (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – October 16, 2017
I have gained so much knowledge and experience working for UCI. The most enjoyable part of my job was working together with my coworkers. UCI, is more than an employer its a family that works together to provide better patient care.
Employee (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – October 10, 2017
Working here at UCI Medical Center was the worse decision to work here. Managers don't know how to be managers, and all they do is complain about the budget. They yell at staff putting people self-esteem down. Hold people probation after passing there six months working there.
Hospital Volunteer (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – August 31, 2017
Great place to gain experience as a student looking to volunteer at a health care setting. Ability to learn a variety of skills, gain life experience and make connections while helping improve the quality of medical care.
Lumbar Puncture Study Leader (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – June 19, 2017
this may not be a good review for people looking to work here. i was a clinical research student for 2 years at UCI. this was an unpaid, extracurricular position which i voluntarily took. i loved the UCI campus overall, great atmosphere for learning medicine!
great staff and benefits, new infrastructure, heavy work load
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – June 16, 2017
Performed venipuncture on patients, primarily geriatric patients, at various nursing and rehab facilities across Orange County. Supervisors are great and try to keep employees content. Work environment is fast-paced majority of the time.
Neuroscience CU Clinical Nurse II (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – February 20, 2017
I understand the importance of charting but I would rather take care of the patient first. Also, the culture of this hospital is blame gamey for the nurse. If anything went wrong, it was definitely the nurse's fault. They need to realize that a culture of blame does not make happy or productive workers. Errors, etc. usually happen due to a systemic reason.
Surgical Technician (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – February 8, 2017
Asssist surgeons and other medical professionals in hospital operating rooms and similar environments. Chiefly, prepare patients, rooms and equipment for pending surgical procedures. Also assist during those procedures as part of a team of operating room professionals.