I've worked for both places..... they are both good facilities - teaching hospitals.....
Ummmm it seems - to me at least - that UH is more oriented toward the patient and their families.... whereas the clinic is more about learning and research.
The clinic has an easier electronic MAR. It is more user friendly.
CCF - I've worked at the clinic's mothership (downtown) and some of the family health centers, and done clinicals at some it's area hospitals. It's a good company to work for..... lots of learning opportunities, good reputation...... but it also comes with lots of politics, passing of the buck w/ certain managers - too many chiefs, not enough indians mentality... and not very personal when it come to dynamics with most people there.
UH - I've also worked at the downtown location and some smaller hospitals.... they are more personalized when it comes to dealing with families and patients, and even with employee / manager relationships.... It seems that you get more recognition for doing a good job there, it's more like a family atmosphere.... It did seem that the equipment, ie: computor programs, was a little more cumbersome though......
I would honestly recommend both - they are both great companies to work for. Make sure to shadow whatever positions you apply for - during the shift that you would be working - that is truely the only way to see the actual dynamics between the employees and managers there.
This is just my personal opinion..... you can do with it, what you want! I've personally moved on to a private hospital on the west side, and so far - I absolutely love it!! Smaller, but more family like.
GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR SEARCH!! I hope you find the facility that fits you best!!