Relaxed atmosphere. Very slow place to work but a relaxing second job
EMERGENCY NURSE (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – November 16, 2017
I took this job as PRN just to put my foot in the door somewhere else in case the place where I work FT does not keep its doors open. This is a nice place to work, relaxing and they encourage you to spend time with your patients. We run our own labs and do our own splinting.
Overall case management was poorly managed by administration
Registered Nurse case management (Former Employee) – Bakers Corner, IN – August 3, 2017
Are management was not what I expected. We were told to get physicians to discharge patients. Patients often times were not ready for discharge and/or medical equipment, home health was not able to be there when patient arrived home
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Surprise, AZ – May 31, 2017
This place was AMAZING when I first started. Now, there is a lot of restructuring happening in the regional managment that has pushed out fantastic facility admins. The benefits are horrible, no pay raises, no appreciation gifts of any kind. I love my FA and coworkers, but the upper management has led me to start looking for other work.
Patient Access Representative (Current Employee) – Laveen, AZ 85339 – May 28, 2017
This was my first job in the healthcare industry and it was definitely an eye opener working in the emergency room. I learned how to work in a fast paced environment and it definitely helped me 'thicken my skin". Management was initially very professional but over this past year has gone down hill and now we have a hostile environment where you feel as if you're "walking on eggshells". I used to enjoy working here but now there is no more teamwork and I literally dislike coming in to work because of it. the hardest part of the job itself is witnessing hard situations with patients and families and not getting emotional. the most enjoyable part of the job would be making a difference in the patients day. You will not effect every single patient that walks through the ER doors but there are quite a few who have told me that I made their day better by just talking to them and listening.
Date. Medical Laboratory Scientist (Current Employee) – Laveene,AZ – August 21, 2015
A good fit, and winning team. Not a whole lot to tell, not completely onboarded. Looked awesome, new and contemporary design to serve an underserved area in Phoenix. Lab Manager is awesome, and very knowledgeable.