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The 12 academic, specialty, and community hospitals of the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) dot the map of the state's eastern half, on both sides of Chesapeake Bay. UMMS, one of the largest employers in the Baltimore area, has more than 2,300 acute care beds and attends to such specialties as trauma care, coma emergence, kidney transplants, orthopedic rehabilitation, stroke intervention, and pediatric care. University of Maryland Medical Center, the system's teaching hub, is one of the oldest academic hospitals in the US. In addition to its hospitals, UMMS...
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Employees are “Satisfied” 52 ratings
76% of the CEO 17 ratings
Jeffrey A. Rivest
President and CEO
Current Patient Advocate in Baltimore, MD
Pros: - Great, innovative place. As a teaching hospital, you will get way more contact and support of doctors than at a private facility.
- Significant experience in surrounding staff. One can learn a lot.
- Serve a diverse community. People come from… – Full Review
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No Offer – Interviewed in Glen Burnie, MD May 2014 – Reviewed May 26, 2014
Interview Details – I interviewed at the BWMC site. The main interviewer was a contractor. I felt there was a conflict of interest in that contractors income depends on continued need for their services. She appeared to have the need to be the most knowledgeable on all topics as opposed to building a team of people… – Full Interview
Change of work environment questions. There seemed to be the assumption that one needed to come from a like facility to be able to adapt to the workflow at this facility. – Answer Question
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