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San Juan Regional Medical Center Employer Reviews

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Nice employees
Dietary Assistant /Screener (Former Employee), Farmington, NMJuly 10, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: unfair nurses
Dietary meals three times a day plus snacks according to doctors diet orders, record all intakes and outtakes per meal. Place orders per patient per meal or as needed
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Working as a Radilogic Technology Student
Radiologic Technology Student (Former Employee), Farmington, NMJune 11, 2014
As a Rad Tech student I worked many different clinical sites including three different Hospitals, a surgical hospital, a orthopedics office as well as out patient facilities. I feel very comfortable in every accept of being a Radiologic Technologist. I'm just looking for a place to start. I more than willing to travel and work PRN shifts as well as – more... part-time and full-time. – less
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Great work Place
Insurance Billing Specialist (Former Employee), Farmington, NMMarch 11, 2014
I loved working at SJRMC. Would love the chance to work there again
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low pay a lot of hard work
psychiatric technition (Former Employee), Farmington, NMMarch 6, 2014
Pros: team work
Cons: low pay poor communication between shifts
groups patient care daily living skills meals V/S psychiatric tech license not recognized in NM
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Lovely people
Enviromental service person (Former Employee), Farmington NMFebruary 10, 2014
Pros: decent salary
The job I had was an extremely hard one.. but all in all it was nice to come in everyday to work with some of the best people I knew
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RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN WORSE HOSPITAL I EVER WORKED FOR!
SONOGRAPHER (Former Employee), ULTRASOUND DEPT.January 25, 2014
Cons: everything.
WORKED AS A SONOGRAPHER THERE, NOTHING BUT CHAOS IN THE ULTRASOUND DEPT. NO ORDER, NO DIRECTION, STANDARD OF CARE BEING VIOLATED EVERYDAY. MANAGEMENT OUT OF TOUCH. NO MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTABILITY. UNPROFESSIONAL RADIOLOGISTS WHO KNOW NOTHING ABOUT ULTRASOUND. LEAD SONOGRAPHER LIES TO COVER HER INABILITY TO LEAD.
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good experience
Cashier (Former Employee), Farmington, NMDecember 12, 2013
Pros: free lunches
work was busy each day. make customers happy when its not really fun to be at a hospital. co workers where nice and helped each other.
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fast paced changing
ER Registration Manager (Former Employee), Farmington, NMMay 30, 2013
Pros: employees, dr.'s and nurses
Cons: ambulances through the back long waits in the front
Fast paced job. During busy times lobby would fill up completely mean while in the back ambulances and police cars would bring in patients. Learned to multi task and prioritize and how to handle stressful busy situations and irate customers who experienced long waits to be seen by dr.
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Organization with values that match my own.
Clinic Manager (Former Employee), Farmington, NMApril 22, 2013
Pros: good organization
Cons: work load can be overwhelming
Good benefits and salary. Great educational benefits. Good team of clinic managers.
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Applicant beware
ex-employee (Former Employee), clericalMarch 18, 2013
Pros: there isn't any
Cons: numerous
Applicant beware! There is no loyalty within this organization at all. Mangement is allowed to run over employees and have free rein to treat employees anyway they feel without any fear of being called on it by upper management.
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Hostile environment
Radiology (Former Employee), RadiologyJanuary 19, 2013
Cons: unfair treatment of employees
Poor management and hostile work environment. The SJRMC values were not practiced by many in our department. I worked with some good people but most were caddie, back biting and selfish. Beautiful hospital but downer in staff and equipment available.
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Loved my shift
sonographer (Former Employee), Farmington, NMDecember 30, 2012
Pros: shift
Cons: far from major medical care
I worked swing shift at this hospital and it suited my lifestyle
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Very reliable for the community.
Cardiac Monitor Technician (Former Employee), Farmington, NMSeptember 18, 2012
Pros: benefits, great insurance plans, only worked 3 three 12 hour shifts a week
Cons: n/a
A typical day would start at 6am three days a week and go til 6pm. I would get the report on each patient on Telemetry, approximately around 50 or 60 patients daily. Would call nurses for any problems that were monitored and interpreted by myself. I would inform Doctors how their patients were doing, and what changes i saw in their Cardiac rhythms. – more... Interpret what rhythm they were in. I would also add each Doctor order they wrote for each patient on Cardiology floor. The hardest part of the job was learning cardiology anatomy, there would always be something you learned each day. Managment was great, willing to help with any questions i might have. Trying to push us as a team for the best care for our patients. – less
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Average place to work at.
Admissions Representative (Former Employee), Farmington, NMAugust 30, 2012
Pros: cafeteria on site, paid holidays, cashing in vacation/sick days, some overtime available
Cons: no stable manager position held
Typical day at work would be pulling charts for the days procedures, ie, day surgery, radiology, while registering patients that came in for lab work and other clinical procedures, When a day surgery patient came in, I would pre-register them and collect any copays. When the flow would slow down, I would check my schedule and check which patients had – more... which insurances, and verified insurances and also obtained prior authorizations if needed. All of this is done, while answering the phone too. We had a number of managers come in and out of our department so it was kind of hard to adjust to. The hardest part of my job was getting through to insurance companies. Some days, I wouldn't be able to reach them, or get an authorization, and the patient would show up for their procedure. The most enjoyable part of my job would be the different duties we were tained in and got to do. We were also trained in the ER also. – less
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Poor management
RN-OB Floor (Former Employee), Childbirth FloorAugust 27, 2012
Pros: mostly a happy place with good outcomes
Cons: growth and teamwork not encouraged
Lack of management, and team work. Lots of backbiting, clique's unchallenged. No support from upper management.
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I would not recommend employment with San Juan Regional.
Rad Tech (Former Employee), Farmington, NMJune 8, 2012
Pros: benefits were good.
Cons: hostility
I gained a great deal of experience in working at a hospital, however, the double standards, cliques, hostility and lack of proper equipment in our department was intolerable. Many of my co-workers were not happy working there but have stayed due to the economy.

The most enjoyable part of my job was in working with patients and their families. I liked – more... being able to help and make my patients comfortable, very humbling experience. – less
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I don't really remember but I always got stuck in the elevator
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee), Farmington, NMMay 27, 2012
I don't really remember much, but I always got stuck in the elevator
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Fun, challenging, fast paced, compassionate.
R.N. (Current Employee), Farmington, NMMay 24, 2012
Pros: beautiful hospital, decent insurance, advancement opportunities.
Cons: inconsistent breaks, dry cafe food, day shift recognized more often than night people.
Working nights I am responsible for up to 6 patients while overseeing the unit as a charge nurse. Medication administration, admissions, discharges, interventions, documentation, staffing are some of the duties I have. I love my co-workers just as much as my family. We have a tight net of teamwork. The hardest part of my job is seeing my beloved patients – more... that I have become close to, sick and unhealthy. It breaks my heart to see them ill. The most enjoyable part is working with great people and caring for my beloved patients. – less
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Health field
Nutrition Assistant (Former Employee), Farmington, NMFebruary 21, 2012
Would not recommend working here. The upper management is not good. There is no such thing as one getting treated fairly for how they work, its all about who you know. Supervisor in the kitchen was wonderful
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Not worth your time
EMS (Former Employee), doesn't matterJanuary 5, 2012
Cons: no breaks, lack of patient care, on your feet all day, required to work extra without being paid for it
Treatment of employees was very poor and employees are overworked without much compensation or gratification. Administrators are abrupt and more concerned about monetary gain than patient care. Workers are encouraged by supervisors to rush to get jobs done instead of focusing on patient care.