Contract Manager (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 18, 2019
I honestly enjoyed working at UAMS. However, there was not enough workload for my style. I like busy work and challenges.I'm a quick learner and hardly learned anything during my short time at UAMS. I felt that my employment status was unnecessary. In fact, the Supply Chain team members watched tv all day and were bored. It's just not something I can do all day.
Full Professor (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 14, 2019
I have completed a very successful 17 years at UAMS. I moved there from a postdoctoral associate level and climbed the academic leader from a tenure-track Assistant Professorship to tenured full professor. I used my extensive and multicultural training and educational background in research in Biomedical Science. I collaborated various clinician in UAMS Medical School as well as Harvard to INSERM Paris research institutes. I trained 8 graduate students included MD/PhD students.
My research in serotonin in peripheral tissue was unique which made my grow in the field little difficult. That led my collaboration on campus, in the US as well as internationally.
Great health insurance plan
The number of grad students is too small leading high competition between faculty members.
RN (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 12, 2019
It is a great place to work. There are many managers who are not in the right place or willing to do the right thing. However, there are also many who always look out for their staff and are the best at what they do. This is one of the best places to work for heath care workers in Arkansas. I have enjoyed my time there and hope to continue my time with the company.
PSA (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 5, 2019
This was a fun place to work we all did the work everyone waited on the client and cleaned the house shopping for the client we would go out to eat lunch sometime I took the client to and from the doctor I was treated like a part of the family
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 16, 2019
My nursing skills was greatly enhanced while working for this organization. I truly enjoyed management. The management team is support and the organization as a whole does demonstrate care and compassion for their employees. The unit that I was worked was very fast paced, but there is supportive staff to help.
Research (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 16, 2019
Does not promote flexibility for family life or illness outside of FMLA. Direct management can vary greatly between departments. Some managers are reasonable and some expect work on weekends and scheduled holidays to be done even when you are not in a critical care area.
University of Arkansas Medical Science is a great place to work
Patient Service Associate (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 14, 2019
My Experiences there as PSA has been very rewarding I loved my job there and the people I have encountered there and the patient I have given my service to I will highly recommend UAMS Hospital as a very positive place to work and grow as a individual the benefits are excellent!! It is a teaching facility that have great rewards if you are interesting in any of the things I have mention then this is the place for you
Slow on salary increases, maxtric system, short staff
Registered Nurse on E7, Hematology (Current Employee) – United States – February 13, 2019
UAMS strongly encourages education and advancement of one's knowledge. I, as well as other coworkers, devoted many years of service as an RN. We attended APRN school through UAMS and have not been offered any APRN positions that meet her new education and credentialing level. It is extremely disheartening.
Competitive salary and patient ratios for RNs.
Unable to find a job after receiving the education that they so strongly urge.
Patient Services Associate (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 30, 2019
I worked the front desk most of the time but if we were short on PCT workers I would work with patients. I checked patients onto the floor and prepared files for doctors and patients. I would have to asset nurses and doctors with patients. I also did patient care and lab work. I made sure all information was put into the computer and patients ID badges were prepared and doctors notified patients arrived.
Medical technologist (Current Employee) – medical technologist – January 28, 2019
Every day at UAMS is busy from the get go fellow employees are friendly and eager to help . The hardest part of the job is answering a lot of phone calls from the floors and at the same time keeping up with the task ahead. All summed up it is quite enjoyable and especially when the Clinicians get the results on time and can discharge the patient or change the treatment regimen.
Operator (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 6, 2019
I enjoyed working at UAMS because I worked with a team to help patients get treated in the hospital. It was busy but rewarding and it helped people. It was fast-paced at times but I liked to stay organized and on task. We got scheduled breaks and lunch breaks and everyone was treated fairly. I really liked my co-workers and boss. I would recommend this job to others.