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3 days ago

Clinical Nurse Specialist - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

The Clinical Nurse Specialist (APN) for Ambulatory Practice is a professional nurse, who as a result of graduate nursing education and in-depth… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

Clinical Pharmacy Specialists are registered clinical pharmacists who assume primary responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Office Manager - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

Responsible for supporting the Dermatopathology Practice Director in functional and administrative operations of the Dermatopathology lab. JOB… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Ultrasound Technologist - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

Performs ultrasound procedures with various OB/GYN physicians to provide superior diagnostic imaging. Performs ultrasound procedures of a highly… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Project/Administrative Assistant - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

Incumbent performs a wide variety of executive administrative and project coordination duties as required to support the day to day operations and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Histocompatibility Technologist -

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

Routinely performs a wide range of clinical analyses in all sections of the laboratory by properly utilizing a variety of methodologies and… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Manager Compensation Strategy - COE - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

s. Incumbent consults with Center of Expertise management regarding compensation programs, policies, and procedures. Assists senior management in… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Clinical Nurse Specialist - Diabetes - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

A Clinical Nurse Specialist is a professional nurse, who as a result of graduate nursing education and in-depth clinical experience possesses… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Manager Patient Experience & Engagement Analytics -

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

The Manager of Patient Experience and Engagement Analytics is responsible for ensuring that data are strategically used to support patient experience… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Staff Nurse - – new

University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL

A staff nurse on 10East adult Bone Marrow Transplant Unit is a registered professional nurse (RN) who manages patient centered care that is outcome… CareerBuilder


University of Chicago Hospital Reviews

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University of Chicago Hospital President Sharon O'Keefe
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    A place to obtain great knowledge regarding medicine and new medical treatments.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL

    I worked at University of Chicago Hospital

    Pros

    The name itself open doors for future career choices.
    The tuition reimbursement is 100% !
    Modern up to date medical equipment and intranet software make it easier to do your job.

    Cons

    A very political place where some employees are over compensated (salary) while not being accountable for the duties they were hired for.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start focusing more on the satisfication of your employees as well as allowing the opportunity for growth when employees such as support service personnel further their education or advance their skills and is not promoted in a position for those newly acquired skills. I have seen to many food service, housekeeping, and transporters go back to school for nursing, coding or even CNA, only to be denied a postion in which they acquired advance training or education.

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