Internal Auditor for Accreditation (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 12, 2016
UUHC is state of the art and ever evolving. It is a fast passed, patient driven hospital with exceptional staff. I work closely with many departments and many staff members. They work in a fluid method to create the culture where people want to work.
Ma (Current Employee) – South Jordan – October 6, 2015
Micro management... Medical assistant advanced are young and have no idea what they are doing. Passed over seasoned ma's because its who you know. You will never get any responsibility other than rooming patient and doing paperwork. Atmosphere is truly toxic.
Low pay, 30 min lunch breaks for 10 shifts micro management and pettinesses among staff and providers
trainee (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 8, 2016
Before i started my work with them i had volunteered in Pittsburgh ,magee women hospital to learn skills regarding chromosome analysis and that help me a lot as a full time trainee learn a lot of skill in reading blood and bone marrow chromosome analysis and i was one of the top in terms of high productivity and accountability i was happy there but because my dad got colon cancer i had to move back to east coast to be close to my dad thats why i resigned
World Renowned Hospital with great compensation plans
Account Reconciliation (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 26, 2014
University of Utah Health Care is a World Renowned hospital always striving to make a difference for their patients as well as their employees. Their compensation plan for employees is unheard of by most. I have learned that being part of a corporation that invests in you and provides you with the tools you need will help you advance as well as them. Win win. I had the most amazing co-workers whom also shared the same love for the job. The positive upbeat workplace was a pleasure. The hardest part of this job would have to be visiting units and seeing the life threatening illnesses inflicting patients. It reminded me everyday the importance of all the hospital jobs.
benefits, positive work atmoshphere, flexible hours
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 3, 2012
The combination of medical research, education and community support is a noble purpose that feels good to be part of. Co-workers are professional and personable; a nice combination. Being involved in marketing is fun since that is what my BS degree will be in soon. The hardest part is the commute... 1 hr at the end of the day is not fun. The best part is dealing with legislators and organizations that are trying to make a difference in our community.
14.2% matching 401k and great medical insurance benefits.
Clinical Support (Former Employee) – Midvale, UT – November 21, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of fielding phone calls from clinic patients and transcribing clear and concise messages for the clinic physicians and staff. The atmosphere was professional and everyone was treated fairly and with respect.
Office Supervisor/ Clinical Support, Social Work (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 25, 2015
Worked with Social worker identifying resources for homeless, uninsured and special needs patients. Getting supplies such as clothed , shoes, medication, and community resources. Worked with very angry and mentally ill patients. Finding it great to help people with such obstacles in their lives.
Challenging and and easy to work with peers and management
Rehabilitation Aide (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – July 18, 2015
I enjoy very much working with my team and creating a pleasant environment for our patients. I know the University of Utah is dedicated to providing exceptional patient experience, and I am proud to be a part of their organization.
Great team, schedule flexibility, fun environment
Not much opportunity for learning/advancing skills
Long Term Monitoring EEG Technician (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Utah – May 12, 2015
I felt like the management didn't keep check on the employees. This lead to a lot of miscommunication and an unprofessional environment. There were no set breaks, I would just work 8 hours straight. That was okay for some reason to them. I would get the worst migraines from nonstop work.