Imaging/ Biomed Engineer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 10, 2016
Maintain bio-med and imaging equipment. reviewing contracts, ,Analyzed department budgets to identify budget needs, Project management Define the scope of the project in collaboration with senior management Working with IT on equipment integration for the hospital
Excellent team to work with, challenging work, in a good way.
PRN-POOL (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 20, 2016
Busy, but low stress work load. This is a teaching hospital, there are plenty of opportunities to teach, as well as learn. The patient population is varied in all dimensions. I really love working here. My co-workers are more like family than co-workers. Everyone works for the common good/discharge of the patient. Very low "ego" rate with co-workers. The hardest part of the job is finding a parking spot! Everyday is truly a joy to come to work.
Satisfaction of a good day's work at the end of the day.
Parking spots are hard to come by. I typically walk .25miles to the hospital.
BHT (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – August 10, 2016
Worked for nearly 3 years with consistent understaffing and high acuity. Upper management doesn't have a clue what goes on, yet professes to uphold high standards. Don't work during payday weekends, because you will be overworked and understaffed. They will suck the life out of you without a second thought! Watch out for Mr.Gene Cavallo, VP. No integrity, speaks with forked tongue! Good luck sticking it out here.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 24, 2016
This job was one of my favorite jobs. It had great benefits but a lot of deductions for those benefits. I was practically making minimum wage once I received my check. I really felt part of the team and loved the computer system we would used to file everything. It made everything a little easier whenn they office would be triple booked and made the job flow very unorganized.
Employee (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 23, 2016
This hospital is the worst and especially the management of Security services they are the most unsmart people ever and dont care about their employees only about their own paycheck..They believe that they are important and pretend to a law enforcement agency which they arent. So how ever applies for this department just know your own your and watch your back.
I enjoyed my co-workers and assisting the Pt and their families
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 17, 2016
I enjoyed every day I worked there. I learn their computer system and all the protocol for managing the front desk. My co-workers where awesome and we worked as a team I worked 3-12 hour shifts and drove 60 miles round trip. I enjoyed helping with the babies, feeding and prformed their heating test.
enjoyed the pt. and their families and my co-workers
Worked for 10 years at for this company and loved the first 8 years.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 29, 2016
The last 2 years the management made it all about the money and not the patients or staff. The stress was horrible with added work and not added help. If a management person had it in for you, it was over, made your work life hard. Loved most of the staff and had wonderful Doctors and Mid Level Staff.
Learned a lot and was proud to say I worked for MIHS.
Management all about money now and not really the patients.
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 14, 2016
In these 3 years I have learned a lot, starting with Radiology department. Trained as an MRI tech assistant, entering referrals, calling patients to schedule and Front desk Mammo department. At the moment I'm in the Surgery Clinic, scheduling for all the specialties. All this time I have made great friendships with my co-workers and Managers. It's been a great experience, but at the moment I would like to find something closer to home.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 1, 2016
I love and enjoy my patients and there families it brings me great joy to help. It is amazing to witness on an everyday first hand basis how far medicine has come and is still making strides for the best. Co- workers as well as management could be a lot more self motivatied
Executive Assistant II (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 24, 2016
Great co-workers. I learned dedication and loyalty are no longer considered as assets. CEO is not engaged with employees at any level other than C-suite executives. Used to be an AWESOME place to work.
Life Support Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 7, 2016
Organize and teach, all day, every day. My co-workers and direct chain of command were all very supportive of new programs for both internal and external education. Very involved in community education and assistance. Hardest part was leaving due to family concerns.
In my position and the people I worked with, I had no cons
Working at the Maricopa Medical Center helped me learn a lot and I had a lot of wonderful experiences there. I was really able to see that nursing is the route I would like to take in my life. The ability to relate to the hispanic culture was also a great advantage. Maricopa Medical Center is a great place to work and they really do care about patients there.
Hispanic culture was relatable for me.
Not enough time for breaks and some management was not fair.