Working at FMC for several years, I found myself constantly thinking this would be a great place to work if it wasn't for the people you work with. Many, many people are employed there because of who they know, not their abilities and experience. These same people are allowed to screw up over and over, or just plain have a very bad attitude because of who they know in town. It is quantity over quality. How long have you been in town? How more elementary can you get then that? Also for what the hospital charges for services you would think they would pay their employees better considering the high cost of living on Flagstaff. They do pay their many directors (friends of friends) a good wage and the doctors are well paid - you can be sure of that. However the people that actually get work done are left to just barely get by.
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Director, Financial Planning (Former Employee) – Flagstaff, AZ – January 22, 2018
NAH is going through a cultural change at its facilities. While "One NAH" is a slogan, it is not practiced on a daily basis. There are different cultures at each of the facilities, with the facility in Flagstaff being the dominant, but not necessarily the best, culture. Very good benefits. Also, Flagstaff housing is limited, and expensive.