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I Love My Job | A UPMC Series

The saying goes, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ...

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My Favorite Part of the Summer Associates Program

Choosing one thing that is great about being a Summer Associate for UPMC is no easy task. We are able ...

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Ready, Set, Go!

Ready, set, GO! There’s no better time than now to take the first step in your career journey, and we ...

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5 Things You Never Knew About S.W.A.T. Nursing

When you think S.W.A.T. Team, what comes to mind? If you immediately envision police sirens and flashing squad cars rushing to ...

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Defining My Day: The Life of an FMR


UPMC’s Finance Management Rotation (FMR) program is a three-year, immersive leadership development program that provides participants with three, one-year rotations in various areas throughout finance and accounting. We asked two current FMRs, Maria and Katie, for their perspective on what a day in the life of a UPMC FMR really looks like. VARIETY, RESPONSIBILITY, and… Read more »

I Love My Job | A UPMC Series


The saying goes, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Over the next month, we’re launching our I LOVE MY JOB series, where real UPMC employees will share what is it that they love about their career. Tune in over the next few weeks to… Read more »

Rewarded with Purpose | My Journey at UPMC


UPMC’s Total Rewards program helps REAL employees achieve both personal and professional goals through compensation, benefits, respect for work-life needs and opportunities, employee development, and extension of career opportunities. In other words: UPMC’s Total Rewards program helps people just like YOU get to where they want to be! Carolina Frantz, a current UPMC employee, shares… Read more »

I am a Difference Maker | My TCU Nursing Story at UPMC


“So, why did you choose to enter the nursing field?” In 2010, my uncle was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. While watching him battle through the stages of his disease, and being with him during his last moments in the ICU, I realized that I wanted to be the person to help make a difference in… Read more »

Histotechnology: A Patient-Centered Approach


Can I let you in on a secret? On my way to becoming a Lead Histotechnologist at UPMC Presbyterian, I’ve learned that the significance of lab work extends far beyond the daily pathology, policy adherence, and procedures. Simply put, every biopsy and surgical specimen that my team processes belongs to someone’s loved one. Keeping this… Read more »