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Starting off as a new grad.

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If you’re starting out as a new grad I highly recommend Bellevue. Crystal clear communication, helpful team members, better and safer ratios. Overall the Bellevue location sets you up for success. I wish the pay was better.
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You build lots of relationships, when you have a good team, they’re the reasons why you go to work. Management can be very iffy, and it’s unfortunate . But if you’re a travel nurse, you’ll make good money. Just not a core staff nurse.
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Overall great opportunity

I truly believe that Nebraska Medicine strives to provide extraordinary care. It was a great hospital to learn skills and is a great learning hospital for new nurses. The work is challenging but it makes for a great opportunity to learn time management and a great skill set.
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Demanding but rewarding

You learn a lot working with different patients and staff. Health care is just a demanding field, so it's easy to get burnt out. You see a lot good nurses and techs quit due to the stress. Overall, pay was okay if you live frugally. It's nice that you get to choose your schedule here.


Benefits, you can pick up extra shifts anytime


people call in, working short staffed, demanding workload
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Fast paces

Always busy, fast paced, always learning something new. Complex patients, lots of management support, never feel left alone. Reasonable pay. Wish there were fewer travelers.
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Based on 231 survey responses
What people like
  • Feeling of personal appreciation
  • Ability to learn new things
  • Clear sense of purpose

Great people

Staffing ratios keep going up. It’s hard to give the care you would like to. Uninterrupted lunch breaks are rare. Your coworkers are amazing. Management used to be more concerned about patients but are more concerned about getting max productivity from nurses now.


Great doctors in general.


Stressful job.
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Ok place. You hear a lot about budget constraints. Not much opportunity to advance and even for administrative jobs, they want experience in a medical office.
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Lacking Benefits

Good place to work however in the last 10 years benefits have steadily declined. For a hospital the health benefits are mediocre at best - however if you are a nurse they have some of the better options
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Benefits are comparable to other organizations but place runs extremely short staffed. Numerous concerns have been brought to management. They do not care. More emphasis is put on “tardies” and how long a patient is being kept after recovery. The all might $$ is king - not the patient or employees. Staff constantly complains and are rude to each other.
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Top of the line research and residence is great. There is a culture of passing the buck with patient care and it can be frustrating feeling like you could do more. Pay is mediocre and benefits are awful. Management is fairly good but co workers and doctors often have “beef”
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Overworked and Rushed

I feel like they expect too much of one person. You would have back to back patients with limited help. Granted some days are less busy but most of the days are booked up. It’s not always easy to get in and out in ten-fifteen minutes.
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Bad management

Pay is good, but that is about it. Management is more worried about themselves and meetings than actually doing something to attract talent and keep it. It’s hard to run a department when half your department are travelers. If you’re a traveler there are much better assignments out there. And if you thinking about working permanently at UNMC there’s also much better jobs out there.




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Lots of floating

I float more than I am on the floor I am supposed to be on. Otherwise it’s not a terrible place to work. Some nurses on the floors can be quite mean and useless.
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Have fun getting to know new employees

I enjoy meeting new employees, patients & nursesI feel like cna should get as much money as the nurses because they are the main ones that are interacting with the patients..which that is like that everywhere you go just sad…sometimes nurses don’t even bother to get to know the patient they ask us about stuff they should already know…That plays a big part in them not helping us. But, they rather sit and act like they are so busy…Half of the nurses don’t like to help at all they feel to privilege as if they forgot where they came..Some managers and supervisors don’t want to see you grow so you will have a hard time transferring out to another area


Meeting new people and working with great nurses who actually don’t mind helping


The pay and not being able grow
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Needs improvement

The best part of my job was my patients, and watching them get better. The worst part was working under some nurses. A handful of nurses were straight up bullies & the managers knew, had evidence of it. & never did anything to solve it. They also forget you're a human & have things going on outside of just work.
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By far, the worst company I have EVER worked for.

What is the best part of working at the company?I would not recommend working for Nebraska Medicine. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The most stressful part about working at Nebraska Medicine is that the supervisor I had didn’t care about my health or my career. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?The work environment is very stressful due to the lake of professionalism in the leadership. What is a typical day like for you at the company?I start my day, I do my work and try to avoid any unnecessary stress brought on my the supervisors.
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My Favorite Job Ever!!

I have been with NE Med for over 2 years now and I can say this has by far been my favorite job ever in my whole 8 years of pharmacy. Going from working a retail pharmacy and working for previous pharmacy military bases this current position (TOC) that I have has been my all time favorite. It’s been years since I can say that I’m part of a team that has a lot of Moral, teamwork, dedication, and friendship. We all get along so well, and our hard work doesn’t go unnoticed either. When you get acknowledged for the difference your job makes it truly is one of the best feelings ever.
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It was fun prior to seven years ago

What is the best part of working at the company?Nothing is best. Overtime every month and it’s too much. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Mandatory OT for over a year. No incentivesWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Working from home is the best part. What is a typical day like for you at the company?Working my charges and others because of less coders
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All about money. No regard for employees. If you aren't a family member or a bosses church family you are nothing.

What is the best part of working at the company?Being able to buy food and clothing for work with your badge.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?They work you like a dog and don't care about you as a person. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Stressful. Doctors treat you like a machine that they bark orders to you.What is a typical day like for you at the company?30+ patients in the morning and 30+ in the afternoon. No overtime.
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Great place to work and learn

What is the best part of working at the company?The environment, everything you see, learning options, the pay and chances to move up! What is the most stressful part about working at the company?It’s a very busy hospital, so you have to be ready for whatever it going to get thrown at you!What is the work environment and culture like at the company?It’s great, so many great people and new friendships What is a typical day like for you at the company?It’s very busy taking care of patients
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Good place to work depending on the department

The pay is comparable or better to other hospitals. It can be very busy and burn you out if you let it though so find the right department for you, there are tons of options. Benefits are decent except the health insurance really sucks and you only get 5 sick days in a rolling calender before being written up.
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Based on 299 reviews

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3.4 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.3 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.0 out of 5 stars for Management
3.1 out of 5 stars for Culture

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