Admitting Representative (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 5, 2018
Don't work here! Work is overwhelming. Management sucks they have favoritism there . some emoyees are rude and disrespectful among each other. Everyone gossips and tattle tails. There unfair to the temps and some regular empoyees . others work and others don't. This place is unprofessional starting with managers . The monitor the wrong people. Working in CAU and call center is stressful . There system is not user friendly. They let go of people even though they have union. The union doesn't look out for them once there working or omce they let go. You pays fees but where is it going ? Nowhere ., the union is not supportive. Its major tense to. Work there. They dont train you , you learn on your own. Not everyone is treated equally and fairly.
MRI Technologist (Per Diem) (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – July 20, 2018
Only worked here as a per diem technologist so that meant two or three times per month. It's a first level trauma center so alot going on in the ER at times. Also in patient scans happen often as well since it is a hospital. Hardest part is being by yourself with no assistance since you are not a regular employee. Not too much enjoyment since it's a trauma center, it's high stress.
Principal Admitting Worker (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – February 20, 2018
It was an awarding experience to be able to assist patient's with their authorizations and referrals to UCI when making them feel secure and assure that we received their information and giving them what to expect during the approval process.
Manager (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – January 10, 2018
CEO that has no business/operational background, toxic politics with the campus, and a frenzied pace. Communication to employees is lacking, and the presence of labor unions only acts as a distraction.
Sr. Administrative Analyst Supervisor (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – September 5, 2017
Great place to work. Began my career with UC Irvine Health in 2000. Over the years, I had the opportunity to work in 4 different departments within the organization and enjoyed by tenure there! Unfortunately, I was laid off in November 2016 with 175 other employees.
Call Center Manager (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – January 30, 2017
The compensation package is exceptional! Colleagues genuinely care about patients and each other. As with any organization, there are challenges, the need to stretch every dollar often means employees feel stretched beyond their limits.
LVN (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 17, 2016
UCI is a wonderful company to work for but only if you have a permanent position. If you work for their temp department, they do not consider the years you have as experience, and the pay is bad if you are not working Per Diem. Only if you get a permanent position for them will your years count as experience and you will be paid as such which is the same amount as a Per Diem only full time.
SECURITY OPERATIONS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – October 13, 2016
It typically takes several weeks to complete a good plan. Most of that time is spent in research and re-thinking your ideas and assumptions. But then, that’s the value of the process. So make time to do the job properly. Those who do never regret the effort. And finally, be sure to keep detailed notes on your sources of information and on the assumptions underlying your financial data.
Clinical Nurse II (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – July 23, 2016
ollaborate with interdisciplinary teams to develop and implement a plan of care for a specific group of assigned patients. Performs professional nursing duties that incorporate the psychomotor and age appropriate cognitive skills of the patient/family/significant other to assess, plan, intervene and advocate for the patient on an ongoing basis throughout the continuum of care. Will evaluate patient outcomes, effectiveness of plan of care, and readiness for discharge and revise plan or make referrals as necessary. Acts as a role model and mentor to a variety of students and nurses new to the unit. Functions as a (PCC) Patient Care Coordinator as requested by the supervisor/manager.
Campus Temp (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – October 25, 2015
Working fast food blows. As far as it goes, you have to know spanish to have any friends that are staff. The majority of people talk to you like youre an idiot, even if you haven't done anything wrong. Managers will offer you hours when you don't necessarily want them, and send you home when you need them. This was as part-time though.
IT Manager (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – June 12, 2015
Horrible company. The most disorganized company I've ever been at. Managers ripping each other, tons of taxpayer dollars wasted, management team clueless to the dysfunction. The only thing middle management cares about is where to go to lunch.
Nurse Practitioner (Current Employee) – Ambulatory Clinics and Hospital – April 27, 2015
I love the academic environment. There are always improvement projects and research going on. It is wonderful to have residents and students around. It keeps us all on our toes to continually teach, and provide the best example possible. The hospital is beautiful. Much of the staff are "lifers", so there is a feeling of family and community. The clinics are improving their same-day access, so that is a great thing. I have worked here for many years and have loved all of my jobs, and all of the patients that I have cared for.