Lining aid (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 15, 2017
One possible two employees work a shift. It long and dragged out 8 hours if you lucky. Some one may call in on the next shift then it makes it a 12 hours shift. If its third shift the you have to hope management answer the phone if not you can be there for 16 hours (2 full shifts)....
Make tour own breaks
Can get interrupted by a call you have to leave your break
STAFF THERAPIST/LEAD THERAPIST/PROTOCOL THERAPIST (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 18, 2017
When you work at trauma/teaching hospital there is no such thing as a typical day at work. A great place for learning opportunities and the majority of doctors and nurses work with the respiratory therapist in a team approach. No room for advancement however. The hospital only gives jobs in education, infection control, etc. to nurses. There are only 1-2 jobs available in the respiratory department and they are given to who management chooses without posting or interviews.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 7, 2017
this place has a lot of room to allow you to grow, a great teaching hospital. very fast paced, long hours , at times can be short of staff but the team will work together to make it thru the shift. the hardest part of the job was being short staffed often
Clinical Technician-CNA (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 7, 2016
Would recommend this position to any qualified candidates. The work atmosphere is fast-paced and rewarding. This company is willing to help advance your career with them through education and training.
Sterile Processing Technician (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 21, 2016
Typical nights at ULH are busy. Multi-tasking is routine.I've learned that communication is the key to success. With a clear vision and strong core values any dept should be successful.Surgery night crew was the best!!
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 6, 2016
This is a great hospital to gain a variety of experience. I cared for many trauma patients. Management has changed and seems to be improving. Most of the Co-workers were great although several needed an attitude adjustment. Hardest part of the job was working short staffed, to my understanding they are in the process of filling several positions and hopefully that will improve. I loved the fact that I got to see so many different things at this hospital instead of the same thing day in and day out.
Exciting, you meet everyone from all walks of life.
Telecommunication Speacialist (Former Employee) – 530 S. Jackson St. Louisville ,Ky – August 24, 2015
I truly enjoyed working at the hospital. I truly learned how to work in a stressful environment with it being a trauma 1 hospital and wanting to make sure families got to their love ones safely. Everyday was a learning experience from doctors to vendor, and families. My most memorable time is when a domestic violent victim ran into the hospital screaming, and the abuser right behind her. I was able to remember my training and alert security in a safe and quite manner. The hardest part of my is knowing a patient is in the hospital and we're unable to give out information by looking right in someone's face and saying they're not in this hospital.