Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 2, 2016
You have mangers with no leadership skills . Manger that will talk to other employees about her employee. No room for growth. Just no good leadership. Also mangament will not fight for there employees. Always problem when trying to take off.
Case Aide - WIC Program (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 11, 2016
Good place to work great atmosphere the hardest part is the lack of the opportunity of non professional staff to grow or better salaries. fast paced environment because of the public services they provide
Very political, bad management and wasteful working environment
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – DSRIP – August 13, 2016
I was at UT Physicians for 18 months as a nurse practitioner. This is the most unfriendly place for nurses and the most uncaring working environment for all. I was hired to work for a clinic that was not even built at the time I started. The management at UTP in particularly Healthcare Transform Initiative department did not mention it to me about the condition of the clinic at all. They also did not mention about a soft fund project which means we would be unemployed if the funding was cut. They continued to lie to their staff in order keeping them around and spending federal grant money. I had seen a high volume turn over of staffs in all level. After 15 months long waiting, the clinic was finally opened with no patients. With so many others unpleasant experiences with the management, I resigned which is one of the best decision I have made in my life. UT Physicians is not about nursing staffs or else. It is all about doctors and their era. Despites UTPhysician has the medical school as their strongest brand, it is the saddest place on earth!!!!
The benefits are great. But that doesn't cover the unprofessionalism in the clinics and favoritism that abounds. The company won't even pay for parking for their employees either. Management is a joke and the doctors treat the employees in the clinic like they are less than human and with no respect. This place has no chance for advancement either so you are stuck in the position no matter how well you do. Not worth even wasting your breath to consider.
This was by far the worst company I ever worked for! Ev
Nurse (Former Employee) – Bintz – August 3, 2016
UT Health instead of letting your old employees micro manage your new employee's, you need to consider why your turn over rate is so hogh. Maybe if you start firing the peolple/ persons displaying all all the favitisim, and foolery, your company would be a much place to work for
Just in case the administrators of this facility read these reviews, I was merely a potential candidate that found an ad on a job board, and because of the poor reviews, I would never apply to this institution... I realize that there may be 100 happy employees for every 5 unhappy one, but it seems that someone needs to focus on improving the reviews as a whole...
The employees were nice to work with on research projects.
Senior Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 11, 2016
Typically, I would work at my computer abstracting clinical data from an EHR, performing database entry, querying data, and sometimes performing basic to intermediate statistical analysis using SAS or SPSS. I would always work independently.
Senior IT Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – May 3, 2016
UTHealth is a great place to work if your looking for a good work/life balance. While benefits are average, holidays are scheduled to allow for extended time with family during the winter break. UTHealth offers a great job culture where tenure is recognized and valued.
Co-Workers are like family and people are very friendly.
UT Health is a great company and organization to work with.
Research Assistant II (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 21, 2016
Working at UTHealth and the Children's Learning Institute has been a great experience. They have been flexible with me continuing my education as a graduate student. I am able to work work full-time and attend classes on campus. Staff and faculty are professional and friendly. I like how it is a family-style environment.
Working at UT was one of the worst professional experiences of my life. The culture is still very much an old boy network, their procedures are old and outdated. It's difficult to make progress on daily tasks with all of the authorizations needed. It is a politically driven institution even for the clerical workers. My supervisor was a mean old bat that micro-managed with a hidden agenda of self promotion. Management maintained a closed rank that supported bad behavior just short of illegal behavior by the fraction of a hair. HR was of no help in such matters. It was a horrid, horrid experience. The benefits were great but the stressful environment was not worth it.The building looks good on the outside but is old and literally stinky. It was like being in a horror series like the Twilight Zone. Work there at your own risk of sacrificing your personal sense of satisfaction.
Medical Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – December 7, 2015
Fun work place with supportive co-workers, superisors, and lead techs. I learned alot at UTHCT Tyler in the microbiology department. People are nice and friendly, and took the time to train new employees. I had not difficulty asking any questions from my co-workers. They were the ones that put my feet on the ground to becoming what I am today.
All departments were a great pleasure to work with.