Guest Assistant (Former Employee) – National City, CA – May 16, 2017
I had taken an internship with Paradise Valley Hospital and it turned to be one of my best choice. During this time, I worked with the volunteer department on training other interns and filing documents and medical records in the hospital’s Health Information Management Department and assisted patients in the ER and ICU. I learned many useful skills in this internship. The staffs were very caring and nice and I was given a leadership role in helping other interns with their jobs. Overall it is a great working environment that tends to the sick and needy.
Free lunches, welcoming environment
Short breaks, can get really busy when there are a lot of patients
Coder (Former Employee) – National City, CA – March 22, 2017
It was a good place to work at. Coworkers were great people. The management was good of course we the coding department did not agree with them moving the coding to India, but that was totally out of our control, I was a hard dependable worker as I was there for 29 years. Unfortunately they closed the department.
They are sending their work to India, thus doing away with the jobs at the hospital.
RN (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 7, 2017
This hospital did not care at all about patient care. They were mean spirited, sat around and did nothing and were more concerned about charting than patients. I would not bring my dog to that hospital. It has a nickname as death valley hospital.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – National City, CA – January 9, 2017
Typical work day, Challenging. Learned to work with all walks of Life. Management was supportive and Professional as well as my co-workers. Hardest part was dealing with different people in the E.R. However getting to meet different people was Great,
Everyone was treated with the Utmost respect
Although we are Security, The cameras are focus on most the time.
Working at the hospital was very challenging and had a positive learning enviorment.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – National City, CA – November 8, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of having to file folders and create new packets for the future workers of the company.We learned a lot of stuff from using vials to angles of injections.The hardest part of work would be a never ending packets.
Physician Liaison (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 31, 2016
• Conducts personal visits to referral sources on a daily basis, facilitating meetings for physicians to learn about hospital. • Collaborate and market hospital services to referring physicians. • Introduce and promote physician specialists to community physicians for increased referrals. • Identify and resolve service delivery problems to improve and patient experience and physician satisfaction.
Management is nice and birthday celebrations are great!
COLLECTOR (Former Employee) – NATIONAL CITY, CA – April 25, 2016
Paradise Valley Hospital is not the greatest place to work, but not the worst either. They say they are in the top 100 but when I hear overhead code blue and hear about the deaths, I have to wonder how that can be. We see patients hanging out in the hallways, sitting on the floor wating for there appointments, it saddens me. They could provide benches or chairs for their patients especially since the majority of them are the elderly. While the employees are pretty friendly, they don't have the best doctors. I don't like to tell people that I work here because it has a reputation of being "Death Valley", which seems to hold true. Last thing, they really need to enhance the facility. The place is run down and ugly, and the system they use is antiquated. The other facilities don't look like this one. Come into the 21st Century already....
Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 9, 2016
New management came in and brought their own people, started deliverately finding excuses to fire people, even went as far as to sabotage workers to get tem fired, supervisor was an unqualified know it all who knew nothing, the only reason he got the job was because new director was related to him in some way as they would habitually talk about eachother's families, made other employees train him.
Would not recommend working for this company.
pay was good.
Boss had no experience and demanded respect while disrespecting everyone.