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Although this position no longer exists it was a great place to work. Coworkers and volunteers were kind, caring people. The gift shop was a place where patients, staff and visitors came for respite.
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This is a great place to work. You are connected to many different leaders and are given the freedom to collaborate to identify innovative solutions to care delivery. The mission of "saving and improving lives" is the focus for every employee at every location. The leaders will support you and make sure you have everything you need to best serve your teams, your patients, and your community.
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Literally the worst job I’ve ever had. I was a secretary for the Department of Dermatology and I’ve never been treated so poorly. Was asked to do things I was uncomfortable with and never had the support of any manager, coworker or anyone. Since leaving, I am still looking for a job and anything that pops up as “MU Health Care” I avoid like the plague.
University of Missouri Health Care provides a Culture of “Yes” that patients deeply appreciate, MU Health Care could be better when it comes to showing appreciation for their employees, instead of just recognizing their managers
My manger was incredible! She was motivating, caring, and wanted our staff to be the best they could be! She took time to talk to all employees and really listened to what was going on at work and at home.
very fast pace can be overwhelming
I worked for MU for over a year. Granted yes there were a few nice people, I was unfortunate enough to work in a small poorly managed clinic managed by a nurse with very little experience. The click at the office was horrible. Never worked with such an awful group of women in my life. The overseeing manager ( in my opinion) was lovestruck by the office manager and they spent A LOT of time in her office behind closed doors! All in all my time there felt like a prison sentence. Horrible attitudes and fake people.
A typical day including re-processing ventilators and other respiratory equipment and assisting experienced staff RTs when they have busy areas. The best days were always when staff RTs would call me asking for help in the ICUs or to show me a cool adjunct therapy, or help in a procedure. I have witnessed and had hands-on experience with heliox, iNO, arterial lines, NAVA, in-house transports, IPV, and CF treatment therapy. The management at the hospital was always friendly to me and the staff, and were genuinely interested about my status in school, and what we were learning that week. Many times, they had stories to tell about what we learned and how it varied or shared helpful tricks with different methods I may not have learned in the classroom.
Made my own schedule, good pay for a student job
Difficult having a night job while in school full time
I loved my coworkers. I loved the patients. I built a bond with everyone. I wanted to move up in my career after I finished school and they would not let me. I felt that management picked on me. Always had a problem, but looked to me to bring their scores up on a floor and after I did they just tormented me with ridiculous request. I could not take it anymore so I left. Felt like they were not understanding to my home life and said they would work with me, but did not. I feel that they tried so hard to force me out until I broke and finally quit.
good benefits and good opportunites
poor managent and lack of caring for employees
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