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I enjoy the patient interaction.
Advanced Respiratory Therapist (Current Employee), Mesa, AZOctober 16, 2014
I enjoy the interaction with patients and staff. The hardest part of the job is the long hours (at times).
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The hospital was known for providing the best trauma care in the state of Arizona.
Staff Nurse Emergency/Trauma Unit (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZOctober 16, 2014
Pros: the trauma patients recieved the best care.
Cons: dealing with the patients family was sometimes very difficult.
I enjoyed learning to take care of major trauma patients. The staff were very knowledgeable and helpful.
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Wonderful place to work!
CNA/Unit Secretary (Current Employee), Glendale, AZOctober 14, 2014
Cons: staffing
Great staff, wonderful job security, Clean environment. The surroundings outside of the hospital are very nice as well. Short staff at times, but management always try's their hardest to find more employees, hire employees, or they will come on the floor and help as much as they can. Plenty of teamwork!
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Great company to work for
RN NICU Level II and III (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZOctober 13, 2014
Pros: plenty of hours, nice pay
Cons: tedious hiring process--registry took @3 weeks till able to work.
I have never taken their housing or benefits so I cannot comment on that.

SEVERAL facilities in the Phoenix area (other states as well) to work at.

Never a mistake on my paycheck, and wage is better than average.

I worked Registry and went to 4 different facilities.

I ALWAYS got my 36 hours in, and more if I wanted. They did NOT have a problem with – more... offering OT hours. – less
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Very Punitive Environment
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZOctober 8, 2014
Pros: excellent new rn training/mentoring program
Cons: everything else
The Banner way is to punish you at every turn. You are micro-managed from when you punch in to how long you take to go to the bathroom, to how long it takes to place an IV. Management has an "us vs. them" approach, and those managers that don't like that are forced out. Human resources is a joke, actually yelling at employees about their performance.

Banner – more... spends a lot of money training employees on the correct way to treat their patients, but doesn't understand that in order to get excellent patient care, they have to extend that expectation to the management and its treatment of employees.

The environment of fear that is set up causes employees to backstab each other, in order to get closer to managers. It is really a terrible place to work, and I have worked in two completely different areas in two Banner hospitals across town from each other. Both experiences were ultimately the same. – less
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certified nursing assistant (Former Employee), Sun cityOctober 8, 2014
Pros: 3 12 hour shitfs a week
Cons: a lot of work!
Patient care, take vitals, alert nurses to threatining medical signs.
I learned customer service, organizing priorities, how to work very well with others under pressure and bad conditions.

Hardest part was bad managment. The labor was rough sometimes, but overall it was fine.

Enjoyable part was helping people. Really making a difference of care in – more... a hosptial. – less
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Nice place to work.
Certified Nurses Assistant (Former Employee), Gilbert, AZOctober 7, 2014
Pros: good people to work with.
Cons: short breaks.
A typical day at work consists of helping my others. I learned a lot and the education department was well organized. Most of my co-workers were great. The hardest of the job was the long hours. The most enjoyable of my job was taking care of my patient.
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Fast-paced enviornment!
Patient Financial Service Representative (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZOctober 3, 2014
Banner Health is a fast paced healthcare network that provieds leading medical care to Valley residents. A typical day in the Registration/Pre-Registration department at Banner consists of extensive problem solving and a fast paced work flow. The hardest part of the job is the high collection expectations and the most enjoyable part is being able to – more... put a smile on a patients' face. – less
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Fun place to work
Transporter (Former Employee), Glendale, AZOctober 1, 2014
Fun environment, especially around the holidays. Room to grow, great support from management, and great employee discount.
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Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Gilbert, AZSeptember 28, 2014
Great experience. Updated high quality equipment. Customer Service is most important.
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Good experience
OR circulator, Pre-op and Post OP Registered Nurse (Current Employee), Susanville, CASeptember 19, 2014
Very pro-education. Staff works well together to meet patient needs. Good work life balance
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Banner is a great Company
ED TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), Mesa, AZSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: coworkers
Cons: extremely high paced
Working at a big hospital like BDMC is like being a part of a family and if that's something that interesting you than you would love working for banner desert.
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Very challenging and gratifying. Never a dull moment and every day different
CNA/Caregiver (Former Employee), Mesa, AZSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: i loved the night staff and the shift went fast
Cons: the cafeteria food wasn't that great
I worked the night shift and learned so much on the Med-Surg floor. I loved the challenge and my co-workers were great. It was always a team effort. My charge nurse was awesome, she'd get in and help us if we got behind. The management was wonderful and if ever a question on anything, they were supportive and helpful. The hardest part of the job was – more... when we sat down to chart at 4:00 am and got sleepy. That's when a fresh pot of coffee was started. – less
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Hospital experience
PSA (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZSeptember 13, 2014
I applied for this job while i was in nursing school because it was very flexible with my crazy hours. It also started to give me experience in the hospital environment, which i absolutely love. The management was great and always willing to help figure the answers to any questions i may have. My position was fairly new to the hospital so in the beginning – more... the care staff didn't have a good idea on how to effectively use me. Now, 6 months later, my position is becoming a real benefit to the care team and i can see that through the praise of fellow care team members. – less
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I loved working for banner health
Certified Nursing Assistant/Unit Secretary (Former Employee), Mesa, AZSeptember 12, 2014
Pros: great pay and benefits
Banner health was a great place to work! I would still be working there today had life and moving and kids not changed my path. The people were great, the management was great and I loved my job position. I learned many new things there.
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very good and strong corporation to work for
med assistant / rad tech (Current Employee), Tempe, AZSeptember 4, 2014
Pros: advancement and benefits
Cons: market research for wages is slightly out of touch
overall good corporation to work for. looks out for patient concerns and ways to correct any problem or potential problem from happening.
the management works hard to keep employees informed of changes and potential growth which has been hugh in the past years.
advancement is definitely there with tuition reimbursment, and the abilty to move from one – more... department to another, or into management – less
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great schedules
Health Unit Coordinator (Current Employee), Mesa, AZSeptember 3, 2014
3 night work week
worked with new technology
co-workers are fun, reliable and enjoyable
schedules consistent and flexible
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Great Place to work
Security Officer (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZAugust 14, 2014
Pros: great place
Cons: work hours
Great people to work with. Very helpful. Not enough work hours for me to sustain employment.
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Loved coworkers, patients.
Staff RN (Former Employee), Banner Heart Hospital 5th floor IU then CVPCU.August 13, 2014
Pros: health insurance, 3 days per week, 12 hour shifts. pto based on years of service.
Cons: no breaks, often. felt like i didn't have a say in when my patients came to me.
Busy post-op heart unit, with mix of telemetry patients and primarily seniors. Loved working with patients, other nurses and Patient Care
Technicians. The floor often had high-acuity patients with a 4 to 5 patients per RN ratio. I became very adept at discharging patients home, preparing them for limitations post CABG and vascular surgeries. I became – more... very proficient at head to toe assessments, become organized before heading to a room to take care of each patient, preparing for each patient and trying to take care of them before charting was the most challenging part of my job. The variety of patients over the 5 years was also challenging. Learning each MD's style of care, having enough help with some patients, and their myriad of medications, keeping their IV's patent, getting care coordinated for each patient before discharge, and making sure every t was crossed and i was dotted was very challenging. – less
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Minuscule room for advancement, hostile work environment.
Phlebotomy Tech I (Former Employee), Mesa, AZAugust 10, 2014
Pros: good schedule, former managers were very personable and the employees were easy to work with and quick to help.
Cons: new management, leadership's connection from outside of work, lab director's friend was the lead in hr so speaking up was pointless.
The job was great for the first few months until new leadership had come in per request of the lab Director. Leadership had become a group of the director's personal friends as opposed to individuals competent in the way a lab works. Processes that were not flawed were quickly changed and overall productivity diminished and the blame was placed on the – more... employees instead of management. Veteran employees spoke up and were let go. The remaining were on thin ice until management could find some sort of null reason to 'justify' their cause for termination. New employees were brought in after an extensive amount of time being short staffed, all of which were fresh from school and had no prior lab experience. Every action was criticised and this made the work day very unnerving on top of the flawed processes we were forced to learn and abide by. – less

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