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What is it like working at UNC Hospitals?

Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) in Chapel Hill:
Pros: No weekends or holidays
Cons: Lazy coworkers
Primary Care Registered Nurse (RN) in Apex:
Pros: I feel like a make a difference in my patients lives. I am able to help patients at the worst time in their lives
Cons: Parking and transportation is the worst thing about UNC. Employees work long shifts give all they’ve got to their patients and have to depend on undependable transportation. We risk getting into work late if the bus doesn’t show up or not getting home till an hour and a half after we have clocked out for the shift. Most nurses and staff will then choose to work night shift to avoid this problem, but for some this is not an option.
When you love your job! It seems it’s not a job for me but a fun time.
Phlebotomist in Lenoir:
Pros: We have team work during Third Shift.
Cons: No team work during the day.
Good place to work , if you know what to expect.
Paramedic in Raleigh:
Pros: trusted to complete my job/tasked
Cons: no advancement in my position
Great because I feel like I am at home and helping to save lives.
Family Physician / Doctor in Durban:
Pros: Being trusted and believed in
Cons: Being too busy that you forget having family time because you always want to be at work
Physician Assistant (PA) in Raleigh:
Pros: My coworkers. Everyone working at Rex seems to be happy to be there. They are helpful. Patients, for the most part, love coming to Rex.
Cons: Not knowing if my salary is market average.
Accident waiting to happen.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Wilmington:
Pros: Cowirkers
Cons: Forced on call at night time and being expected to come in at all times if night being pulled to all different units including ones you have not had training fir