- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Career Opportunities
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People care about each other. Friendly atmosphere. Desire to be the best. Well managed from a business perspective. Opportunities to grow. Good future potential in light of the coming merger with University of Maryland Medical System.
Too lenient at times with poor behaviors. Too focused on growing from within. Need to bring in more outside people to bring in new ideas.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Upper Chesapeake Health in January 2010.
average one has to work with hr for a week and a half share a day non-existing just very drawn out, human resouses does not assist a employee, medications were difficult to obtain from the pharmacy
- upper management cares nothing for the unit staff i was, and still am, injured in my spine, and they did everything but help my situation. I have to live everyday with extreme pain in my neck/spine. They faught and faught with my attorney. I went back to work with this condition and it will only get worse Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
poor health insurance coverage
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Upper Chesapeake Health is a not-for-profit health care system that provides medical care services to the residents of Harford County, Maryland. The company owns and operates Upper Chesapeake Medical Center and Harford Memorial Hospital. Specialized services include cardiovascular, inpatient behavioral health, and orthopedic services. The system also operates an ambulatory care center and physicians' office building. In 2009 the University of Maryland Medical System formed an affiliation with Upper Chesapeake Health System with plans to eventually merge the systems by 2013.