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University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Now that I am employed by UPMC in the Harrisburg, PA region, all the positive things seen on TV...

Doylestown Hospital

Overall not a bad place to work. But expect the typical in that you are expected to bend over backwards to make patients...

Temple University-Episcopal Hosp-ER

Just stay away!

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