Working at University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB)

3.6
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  • Appreciation
    3.1
  • Company Outlook
    3.7
  • Fair Pay
    2.5
  • Learning and Development
    3.4
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.6
  • Pay Policy
    5.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.9
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University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Reviews

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January 2016
"Working in Correctional Managed Care."
Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN):
Pros: The up side of working for UTMB on the Correctional Managed Care side is the benefits that are offered. In talking with other nurses that work for other entities, I have found that UTMB offers the best Insurances, health, dental and vision, best retirement, as well as the most paid holidays.
Cons: The down side of working for UTMB on the Correctional Managed Care side is the fact that we get our funding through the state of Texas so if Legislature decides we don't need a raise, we don't get one. I have worked for this company for almost ten years and make barely more than any of the new hires who came have less experience than I do. Working with and around offenders is not easy and is high stress and there is no way to get a raise unless you go back to school and get another degree (which sometimes, the pay increase vs how much is put out on school, does not make it worthwhile). I would have to lose my position w. That I am very good at and love very much to get a very small increase in pay so again, just not worth the trouble.
February 2019
"Is great."
Interpreter in Galveston:
Pros: Interacting with patients
Cons: that I have to cover the desk as a HUC
March 2019
"Great job."
Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) in Dallas:
Pros: Helping offenders
Cons: Management
September 2019
"A great place to make a difference."
Patient Services Specialist in Galveston:
Pros: Helping the patients
Cons: Trying to please too many bosses all at the same time.
October 2019
"Very rewarding."
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Huntsville:
Pros: The patients and my co workets
Cons: Having to go through a metal detector daily, no personal phone.
February 2020
"It is a fulfilling job."
Patient Services Specialist in League City:
Pros: I like that I get to interact with patients at a personal level. I also get to interact with medical staff. My job is very supportive of me persuing my career as a nurse.
Cons: I don’t like that I have the most responsibility and somehow i get paid less than everyone else.
September 2020
"Very stressful in correctional nursing."
Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) in Houston:
Pros: my insurance
Cons: pay rate, schedule, not getting paid a full shift for sick days off
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