University College London Hospitals NHS Trust Employee Reviews
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Working in a Children and Adolescents department, I work with a supportive team, it's hard in this day and age to actually have a team who are genuine and have your best interest. The team are dynamic, fun, hard working, supportive and are resilient to change.
It is sometime since I worked at UCLH but there are far too many managers and the work is not fairly distributed. I worked in administration. On the plus side helping patients and their families gave me a sense of satisfaction fulfilment.
Too many managers
I really enjoyed to work there. My colleagues were brilliant with a good team spirit, I had so many opportunities to learn and to grow as a professional. I was appreciated for my work. When I went through tough times on a personal level I was given the appropriate support.
Flexibility and support
Working only office hours
Assist patients with their mails, attend group meeting. Its a fast working pace workplace, it can get very busy. I helped go for their meetings. The management was very strick, eveyone had their appointment to attend, to see a docotor, or get help to explain about the care they will be recieving on the day.
There is no typical day, as everyday can be very different and present new challenges. I have learned to be able to solve and change and adapt to new situations arising. Management is very kind and helpful in almost all matters. The workplace is very inclusive and multicultural which would allow anyone from and race, religion or place feel very welcome. Hardest part of the job would be the wait times in between different tasks in clinic which could get tiresome. The most enjoyable aspect is the direct effect our trials have on patient lives which are helping and making a difference to peoples lives.
Friendly warm environment. I feel staff are well looked after. Given it’s a relatively small hospital it’s easier to get to know people making it a more pleasant atmosphere . You tend to work better as a team with people you know.
Never really worked in the public sector, in particular - the NHS. Was very different travelling to the city and time has literally flown by. Enjoyed learning about client engagement and a different perspective of values in a hospital environment.
Trust staff are incredibly kind and supportive as well as excellent in their respective fields. Management are firm but fair and all share a collective goal of bettering patient care and furthering advancement for the trust. Excellent place to work.
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This job has enabled me to develop and hone clinical and leadership skills in a demanding and challenging environment. The team I work alongside are incredibly supportive and motivating, and are always encouraging me to further myself in the field.
Being a volunteer for UCL Hospital was the best thing. The staff is friendly, they teach you so much about the role you undertaken. The key to enjoy your time as a volunteer or as a staff member in UCLH is to be respectful and eager to learn as the older staff are always having the best intentions to teach you new skills and knowledge.
UCLH Promotes Teamwork ,problem solving and team building to deliver Health Care to Patient. I learned to promote and to focused multidisciplinary approach to care in collaboration with carers,health care professionals and other agencies and services.
Safe Working Environment.
More than 5 patient/nurse ratio
UCLH is a decent hospital, the clinical staff care and work hard for the patients but the UCLH BRC is useless and wastes millions of pounds on stupid ideas and initiatives designed for publicity only. Most people working in the BRC and JRO have no understanding whatsoever of any science, research, medicine or clinical activity, especially the operations managers, and get things wrong all the time.They cant even advise each other successfully let alone anyone else, it's cringworthy every time they open their mouths.The BRC and JRO is a spy infested working environment and you only get ahead if you spy on everyone and pass it on to superiors - that's the only skill you need, oh and lying. Lying about everything. Most people there should be awarded an Oscar for their lying abilities, they really are impressive. If you try to improve things, they get rid of you. Bullying and intimidation is the normal method of communication.They protect and promote the worst people imaginable as long as they'll spy for them or get them what they want. If you care about the patients and value the research and have any integrity, AVOID.
central London location, decent people outside the BRC and JRO
the BRC and JRO
NHNN is one of the sites of ULCH and in my opinion the best of all the sites I have worked in. Perhaps because it is a smaller hospital and everyone is friendly and knows each other by name where-ever you go in the hospital. The staff have a sense of humour and not a day goes by that I don't have a good belly laugh.
Westmoreland st hospital is a small hospital making easy to go around it very easy, colleagues are friendly and easy to work with.
Although is a busy hospital its streesfree and you can enjoy and do your job much easier. I am happy working here . Colleagues and managers are easy to work with. Such a friendly place to be working in.