Great Team of Provders.
As a rehab tech, I worked at 35 hour work week. The day consisted of assisting therapist with evaluations and treatments of patients, ordering supplies for both the inpatient and outpatient department, cleaning and maintaining department, customer service. ROM, TE's, TA's and education for clients.
Good rapport with the surgeons.
We have a varied schedule with our surgeons with different doctor's clinics on different days (mornings/afternoons) of the week. Once a decision has been made to set up surgery for a patient, I see the patient for preoperative teaching & instruction. I then enter necessary surgical information which communicates to the OR as well as entering prior authorization information. It's often necessary to communicate with the schedulers at one of our 3 operating facilities. On busy clinic days I'm often seeing patients back to back so I've learned certain organizational skills to prioritize and plan ahead. We have a hard working team of medical assistants and seem to have good team work. I don't necessarily find the job hard, but sometime challenging with the numbers of patients we see through our clinics. I enjoy the good working relationship with my surgeons and co-workers. I enjoy the people that I meet on a daily basis and feel that I'm able to put them at ease as they're facing surgery.
GREAT PEOPLE TO WORK AROUND VERY EDUCATED AND WILLING TO TEACH, FREQUENT CHANGE OF UPPER MANAGMENT NOT SO GOOD
Team oriented and integrational care
A typical day at work can be challenging; however, this is a teaching hospital and most of the employees and management assists with questions or practical work. I have learned a lot from my employment with UNM. There are constant education classes that are required for different so it definitely keeps you on top of your game. My management team was extremely supportive and always had time for questions or concerns. The hardest part of the job was sometimes having to juggle some high acuity patients. The plus side to this was that our unit provided a resource nurse that would normally be available to assist with the treatment of other patients if I was dealing with a critical patient. Most of the employees were very enjoyable to work with; which makes it such a pleasure to come into work.
Enjoyable, hard working, trustworthy
I enjoy helping people that need my help. I have good time management skills and work well with my team.
Great place to work and gain knowledge and education. Benefits are so/so, pay is not good for administrative support, many pay freezes occur. Other than that, working in a university hospital setting is stable, interesting, secure, educational.
it was ok
i enjoyed working there till the new management took over. the hardest part was when management did not do there job. the best part was to take care of the the people .doing the job right so the end of the day you feel good in you hart .
Best coworkers and teamwork i've ever experienced.
Prep clinic, meet Urogyn team for patient reviews, updates and schedual, return to clinic, triage and educate patients according to reason for visit. While working at UNMH i learned the true meaning of good team work and the positive impact it can have on the work place.I learned alot from the most positive an amazing RN's i have ever met and i hope to be lucky enough to work with people like them again in any job area.