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Psychiatric Technician I (UNI- 2 South – new

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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Psychiatric Technician I (5 West-Inpatient Psych

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Medical Assistant- Redwood Health Center

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Health Care Assistant-Resource Nursing-Full time positions available

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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25 days ago

Clinical Nurse, Huntsman Surgical Oncology

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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Financial Management Analyst

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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16 days ago

Systems Administrator II

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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22 days ago

Medical Assistant

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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17 days ago

HCA/HUC

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Salt Lake City, UT

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Case Manager – new

University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Midvale, UT

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University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics Reviews

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3.6
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David Entwistle
26 Ratings
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    Better than a nursing home

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Health Unit Coordinator  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Health Unit Coordinator in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great learning environment, awesome staff, good reputation, knowledgeable colleagues, decent benefits.

    Cons

    Upper management is frustrating and unaccommodating. Lots of politics involved, and they don't listen to floor staff.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your little people. They're what the company is built on. Maybe instead of paying your nurse managers upwards of $150K/year, you could offer your employees some kind of monetary incentive to pick up shifts so we aren't ALWAYS short, or, I don't know, give us a reward for our hospital being ranked #1 in Utah. (You know, it's OUR efforts on the floor that contribute greatly to that. And the banner was a nice touch, but we would've appreciated something that actually thanked us for our efforts... not something that mainly served as an advertisement on your end. Hell, we would've been tickled pink with a free drink from Starbucks or a meal voucher for the [overpriced] cafeteria. Anything.)

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