Cerner Clinical Applications Manager (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 27, 2017
They take the Hello Humankindness imitative seriously. The people I work with are my friends and feel like family. I know I can count on them to get the job done and also to help me if I ever need it personally. We always come together to help anyone on the team that is in a crisis and I've never seen that anywhere else I work.
Harder to work when you're not west coast, requires later nights
Nutritional Staff (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – June 26, 2017
I worked here in high school. It is just like working for any other fast food job. It gives you spending money, but you are exploited and expected to do jobs that most people are not willing to do. Customers talk to you like you're an idiot, because they expect you to be.
EIM Coordinator So Cal Region (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 22, 2017
I have had the opportunity for growth and support Dignity's mission with patient care. Medicine can be stressful and immergent situations at times but then the coming together as a team is the balance.
Registered Certified Central Service Technician (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – June 15, 2017
Great place to work at, loved my team members. Every day was a new experience learning new instruments and working with great people. My lead was a great inspiration to me. She was very helpful and responsive to new ideas for the department.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Redwood City, CA – June 10, 2017
Too much politics. Nurses do not do full assessments and even when they have an IV running they do not monitor intakes and outputs. Vital signs not always done. There is very little in the way of empathy for patients.
Access Representative (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – June 10, 2017
I loved working for Dignity. My Management team had an open door policy which they fulfilled. Due to certain circumstance i had to take care of a personal matter. If not for that i would still be there. I enjoyed the staff, the fellowship between nurses, doctors and staff was like family!!
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Merced, CA – June 8, 2017
Volunteering at the Valley Children's NICU satellite has taught many skills. The ability to adapt to a fast pace, ever changing environment was essential. The nurses, doctors, and other staff I interacted with were friendly, helpful and professional.
Clinical Coordinator, Oncology Unit (Current Employee) – Carmichael, CA – June 7, 2017
On a typical day at work I have duties associated with a charge nurse, with additional management duties done concurrently. As such, I supervise and assist in patient care. I do audits, time card editing, and scheduling as some of my management activities. The work place culture is very good. Nurses and other staff support each other and work well as a team. I enjoy caring for patients and making a difference in the outcome of their care.
Good team work, hospital has excellent vision and values
Very busy hospital, challenging patient situations at times.
Respiratory Therapist (Former Employee) – Redding, CA – June 6, 2017
Mercy wants you to work your butt off for nothing other than compensation, no rewards, no promotion. getting benefits is like pulling teeth, no member of Management cares about you or your family but you are expected to bend over backwards for them. If they don't like you they will find a way to fire you, I've seen it happen many times. If you like high stress, anxiety and no appreciation then mercy medical center is the place for you !!!