RN Case Manager (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – September 26, 2014
Pros: lots of experience in many areas
Cons: exhausting and relentless.
The job was extremely stressful and demanding, however, I learned new skills that I hadn't had experience with before. I was already a very organized person but I was able to fine tune those skills into getting the job done. Management was a little hands off but if needed they were there. My co-workers were wonderful and supportive. The job was 8-5 – more... everyday (usually 7a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) and I had to take my turn being on call nights, weekends and holidays. This was difficult on me and my family at times. – less
Security Officer (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – September 20, 2014
I've worked here for a year and a half. The management don't care about the employees at all. The hospital staff despises the whole department and does anything they can to get us in trouble. the pay is way too low for what we do. We are improperly equipped and very poorly trained. My suggestion, RUN FAST!
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Salt Lake City – September 15, 2014
I volunteered at the university of Utah hospital in the dermatology department and had great opportunities to work on projects related to pathologies of the skin. I worked on a project related to the pathology of vulvadynia, specifically looking at mast cell and nerve density in vulvar biopsy from patients with chronic vulvar pain. I was also involved – more... in a project on apoptosis in infantile myofibromas. I was participating in grand rounds and had spent many days at the general dermatology clinic as well as Mohs surgery clinic, where I improved my knowledge of the clinical appearance of common types of skin cancer and their frozen sections histology. – less