I've worked here since graduating college, and there have been some significant, positive changes throughout my time at UHS. Executive management has a clear and concise vision of where to take the company and how to encourage everyone to jump on board. Overall great place to work!
customer service technician (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – May 14, 2018
Love the job. I do actually love the job. But the people that I was working with sucked. Either they were lazy or did not know what they were doing. The manager was also lazy. I got trained to be a hospital service technician 2 on November but did not get the title. My manager said to wait until June.The pay also was not good. Been there for a year and new employees got the same pay as me or more than me. That's when I left.
Not the worse place to work for but certainly not a desired organization to work for if you have multiple options. Other locations may be better than I experienced. However when meeting employees from other regions they rarely had much positive to say when higher ups were not around.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 3, 2018
I learned a lot a UHS mostly what to do and what not to do in the workplace. How to trust and how not to trust. I also, would have to say the best part of the job was the part that I was able to deliver to the outside public. I got to meet and enjoy a lot of the customers.
Hospital Service Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 19, 2018
It's good if you want to make good money, I guess. It isn't my type of job. All shifts basically play a game of "Who Does the Least Work" and it all results in everyone doing a lot of work. Really, it's janitorial work.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Wixom, MI – March 6, 2018
Working with UHS has developed many leadership skills that I can take with me for life. I have not only gown as a leader but as a person as well. The medical market is extremely fast paced and ever changing which causes myself to make hard decisions that are best for the customer as well as the company.
Hospital Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN Alamogordo, NM – February 26, 2018
Great opportunities for advancement! Depending on title, most positions work with very little supervision. I loved working in a hospital setting, I was able to help so many patients. The culture of UHS and what they stand for are amazing.
Hospital Service Technician (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – February 17, 2018
The job is decent with good benefits. You get paid decently for not a lot of hard work. It’s probably not a job you’ll want to get stuck at unless you absolutely love it. Great transitional opportunity.
Hospital Service Technician (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 2, 2018
- scan equipment - pick up dirty equipment - clean dirty equipment - deliver equipment to requestor - repetition workload - mobile position - hard part: Scanning equipment for labor/ delivery --> I feel like we are invading mother's privacy.
Hospital technician (Current Employee) – California – January 28, 2018
UHS is the best job i had so far you work with great people the manager is real cool chill u do your job and have fun at the same time. I highly recommend and you get to learn about medical equipment while working in a hospital.
Biomedical/Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – January 24, 2018
While working at UHS I enjoyed my job at first. I enjoy being a bmt but the company takes advantage of the techs and stretches them very thin. If the company wasn’t so cheap and would staff sufficiently it would be as bad but they are as cheap as it comes.