I have not been satisfied overall with my work experience at Banner Health.
Director of Neurovascular Surgery (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – March 19, 2014
I established a new neurovascular surgery program within the hospital system. Despite considerable efforts on my behalf to build the program, including marketing, development, and outreach to establish a referral base, I did not receive adequate support from the corporation in these efforts. This included my office, which was very poorly structured and supported, particularly with respect to personnel.
There are a lot of politics and administrative concerns within the corporation, particularly between the various hospitals within the area. Navigating through these proved to be extremely difficult.
By far the best part of this job involves delivering high quality care to my patients. The patient-physician interaction has been very enjoyable and fulfilling.
access to patients, sound facilities.
lack of clinical support and coverage, lack of marketing and practice building support.
Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 19, 2016
Many unrealistic job expectations. Managers need harassment training. Employment bait and switch tactics. You may be hired for one job, but once hired your job responsibilities are changed over time. They provide no training, no opportunity to move elsewhere in the organization. They systematically harass you and place you on corrective action. Then you are fired!
Fast paced environment and very productive. Great people to work with and always learning new things.
Registered Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee) – Glendale, AZ – June 11, 2016
A typical work day is a 12 hour shift taking care of people that need assistance or temporary relief in breathing easier. I interact with staff/nurses/doctors/management daily regarding any possible change in treatment plans of the patient. I perform routine checks and treatments such as oxygen mixtures and chest physiotherapy on patients. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing my patients improve after I have helped them and treated them accordingly.
AWFUL-Terrible Company! Management is Worthless & Deceiving
Point of Service Charge Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ /Good Sam/ Thunderbird/ Estrella – June 7, 2016
This company has been the worst I have EVER worked for !! Favoritism is offered to some and not others, family life does not matter, work ethic- you are short staffed and STILL required to DO MORE than what you can possibly do, if not your productivity is "dinged". Work ALL holidays ( never a fair rotating balance) Management/Directors constantly keep negativity and gossip and the back stabbing going around! It is NOT managed or run right all the way around! Not just in one department; through out the company! Retention Rate is repeatedly high! Associates NEVER would stay or recommend this place! People are Rude! HR gets involved in department disputes and then turns away; never resolves the issues! This place is a complete disappointment! I truly thought it would be more about PATIENT AND ASSOCIATE satisfaction and appreciation- it is NOT !!!!! Save your time! Save your stress and go else where! Physicians even leave this company !!!!
Emergency and Pediatric Staff Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 3, 2016
I worked at 4 locations during my 8 years with Banner Health. All were excellent places to work.I enjoyed being able to work with professional and dedicated staff members who truly cared about their clients.
MRI Technologist (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 2, 2016
Banner Health is the excellent place to work , Banner gives you the opportunity to grow in your career and skills . Banner Health give you the excellent patient care , Job satisfaction . I highly recommend this place .
ED Tech & Health Unit Secretary (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 22, 2016
Banner Health is one of the largest healthcare organizations on the west coast. As a result employees enjoy a wealth of benefits and opportunities for advancement. Significant educational opportunities as well.
Behavioral Health Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 22, 2016
The 12 hour shifts and the fact that you can submit your preference every month for the schedule you prefer is the reason people choose Banner...A full time position is 36 hours You get a lot of time off and the pay is very good. I am moving so I reluctantly will have to start looking again
Patient Care Assistant (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – May 10, 2016
Typical day at work is taking care of patients and making sure they have everything they need. Learned a lot working in the medical field every month there was some kind of training for us attend to so we can benefit our patients I became an CPR Instructor while working at Banner Health Co-workers where fun to work with Not enough staff to patient census Being able to help the patient and see them walk out of the hospital.
Travel RN (Current Employee) – Arizona – May 6, 2016
has motivated and professional staff that work in several high stress and busy Emergency Departments. critical care of patients across all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. The hardest part of the job is leaving your coworkers behind and move on to a new assignment.
Operating Room Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 4, 2016
working with banner was a place that you could better you self.you would have a chance to grow in the company.i learn how to get along with people .and work with each other .the hard part is cleaning the rooms where there was a lot of blood and parts of bodes .but it was very good place to work in.