University of Colorado Health aims to deliver the highest quality patient care with the highest quality patient experience.
Our partnership combines Memorial Health System, based in Colorado Springs, Poudre Valley Health System, based in Fort Collins, and Denver metro-based University of Colorado Hospital.
Separately, our institutions provide superior care to patients and committed service to the communities we serve. Together, we’ll push the boundaries of medicine, attracting more research funding, hosting more clinical trials, and improving health through innovation.
UCHealth exists to make communities healthier and improve modern medicine. We’re doing so by attracting the best nurses, doctors, and staff dedicated to our patient-centric approach.
THIS ISN’T A JOB. IT’S YOUR DESTINY.
University of Colorado Health is looking for people who possess a rare combination of talent, drive, ambition and intellectual curiosity. People who naturally gravitate toward our passion. Toward our culture and our geography. And, above all, toward our commitment to improving patients’ lives and building healthier communities.
With UCHealth, you can work in Aurora, at the nation’s top-ranked academic center. In Colorado Springs at a leading regional hospital. Or in Fort Collins or Loveland, at two of the top seven hospitals in the state. This is a system that’s home to three hospitals with Magnet designations by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. We’re the number 1, number 4 and number 7 hospitals in Colorado, and home to the winners of multiple Nightingale Awards for excellence in nursing care.
Whichever location you choose, your potential will have no limits at UCHealth. Because our facilities push the boundaries of medicine every day – and you will, too.
JOIN US. TOGETHER WE IMPROVE LIVES.
We improve lives.
In big ways through learning, healing and discovery.
In small, personal ways through human connection.
But in all ways, we improve lives.
From health care to health.
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Great job, great co-workers, shifts work out nicely
Several changes over the past year and more to come
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at University of Colorado Health.
The interview wasn't so hard. First they ask you to go over your resume, then they have all these questions they ask you and write down your response. My interview took about an hour, and I only had 10 minutes left for questions. It's stupid though because although I did not get the job, they pretty much force you to contact five references (unnecessary) and have them fill out a survey about you online. I got this email a few days after the interview, and apparently this is part of the application process so it's required before they move forward. They were never strongly considering me in the first place because after emailing the guy a couple of times about a timeline on a decision, I never got a response back. So they make it hassle that you have to go years back and talk to your old bosses and convince them to fill out a survey about you and do all this in less than 3 days. A huge inconvenience for you and your references, and again, completely unnecessary process.
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