Mission: To provide superior quality healthcare services that: PATIENTS recommend to family and friends, PHYSICIANS prefer for their patients, PURCHASERS select for their clients, EMPLOYEES are proud of, and INVESTORS seek for long-term returns.
If you're looking for an opportunity to grow while helping other people; this is the place. The people are amazing! Opportunities to learn multiple populations.
Being PRN can equate to full-time employment without benefits. Technicians love the company and spots fill-up quick. Some policies create unnecessary steps and delay care to patients.
Advice to Management
Slow & Steady wins the race.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Universal Health Services (Reno, NV) in May 2017.
First of all, one of the best interviews I have been in to date.
I applied to Willow Springs Center on May 1st. On May 3rd, I received a call from HR expressing their interest in my application and wanted to set me up with a pre-interview assessment.
The pre-interview assessment consists of a variety of multiple-choice healthcare scenarios where you pick the best answer to each question. You have roughly two hours to complete the test and there is give or take 100 questions.
In order to score an interview, you must successfully pass the assessment. Once I completed the assessment, I emailed HR and my call was returned within 5 minutes saying I passed! My interview was arranged for May 8th.
The interview was professional, very laid back, and I felt a strong connection with my interviewers.
Three days later, on May 11th, I had received a call from HR with verbal offer of the position! On May 17th, I started my new hire paperwork!
Thank you to Nancy Brown, CEO, American Heart Association, for contributing Lori Hoopingarner's amazing story to HuffPost. In 2015, Lori was rushed to Temecula Valley Hospital, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. Read more, below.
Jacalyn Liebowitz, UHS Acute Care Division, Vice President and Chief Nurse Officer, shares a message of acknowledgment for #NursesWeek.