Endoscopy Nurse (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 13, 2017
Assist physicians and observe patient's safety during procedures like colonoscopy, EGD, ERCP, bronchoscopy. Pre op patients before the procedure and recover the patients if used moderate sedations. Can clean scopes if need to. Don't get enough hours to work due to low census in endo department.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 2, 2017
I enjoyed my time at Scottsdale. I would have stayed there had my position not became regional. I enjoyed the atmoshere and culture there. Employees seemed to care about their jobs and the people that they help.
Plant Operations Coordinator (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 3, 2017
They are a good company they just lack the support that is needed to help keep the staff's morale going. They don't communicate like they should. Good vacation policy. I learned a lot of communication skills in my particular department, my manager is very supportive of me and what I do. My co workers are great, the hardest part of my job is working with decision makers that constantly change their minds on what they want to do and when. I love people and working with them. I like to see some ones eyes light up when I show them how to do something on the computer that they didn't know. Or they look at you and say wow I didn't know you can do that.
Emergency Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 22, 2015
The job itself is relatively low stress, but when you have to do your job and part of the manager's workload with equipment that does not work properly while trying to accommodate patients that are in high emotional states the job becomes unbearable. Expect favoritism with new positions being created for friends of management and non constructive criticism for employees that the company relies on for shifts they cannot get picked up. Coworkers made this job, most people get a sense of becoming part of a team and develop close relationships working and non. Overall, easy job that is more concerned with aesthetics of patient room color schemes than motivating or retaining dedicated employees.