Sunrise hospital pacu is a fast paced, challenging work environment where I can promote the healing process of patients young and old.
PACU RN (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 3, 2016
I love the patients I am allowed to help. I do my best to provide for the physical and emotional needs of all of my patients to promote the healing process, and treat each and every one of them as though they were a member of my family.
Travel nurse (Former Employee) – Float – September 9, 2015
If you truly care about your career, you will think twice about this hospital. Money isn't everything. Co workers are wonderful, management sucks on every level. Laziest charge RNS I have ever worked with. Your pt assignment is base min 7 and I have had as many as 10 throughout a 12 hr shift. This Corp is difficult to work for and have unrealistic expectations for staff. Directors are evil and throw you under the bus to save themselves. Cliques exist in management. Not one of them care about pt safety or the nurses taking care of the pts...it is all about the almighty dollar here. The charting system is ancient and the food is also terrible. If it was such a great place to work, why would agency and travelers be there...because it is awful.
Amazing coworkers, but poor leadership from management
Staff RN (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 29, 2016
Very challenging unit with complex patients. Many opportunities to learn from patient cases. Diverse staff, but very enjoyable with fellow nurses. The worst part in the lack of recognition from department management, and lack of communication with patient care staff and management
VOLUNTEER (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 10, 2016
The typical day at work would be visiting every patient that is awake on the 4th and 5th floor. Some children want toys while others just want someone to talk to. I have learned many things from volunteering here, such as where everything is located and different ways to communicate with the patients.
MEDICAL GAS PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 11, 2015
I am content working for this company. I feel my work is appreciated. My management team notices when a job well done and will comment on this fact. My co-workers enjoy their job which makes for a great work environment. I feel there is room for more advancement for me in this company. I enjoy all aspects of this job. The hardest part of this job is that I am not a full-time employee. I work per diem for this company
GOOD PAY, SAFE WORKING CONDITIONS, MANAGERS TRUST ME TO DO MY JOB WELL
CCSD / ProjectSEARCH Student Intern (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 22, 2016
Sunrise has prepared not only myself but many of other people for a good lifestyle. It teaches you responsibility, how to prioritize, managing skills and etc. I believe this is a great opportunity for teens right out of high school or even in their junior/senior year of high school.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 15, 2016
I love tracy and I hate that I left I recommend to everyone who wants to get hours in for school or just to help out ! Its such a great place and I love all that the program continues to do. I will probably be returning soon !
Surgical Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 2, 2015
every day same big scheduled cases same routine laporoscopic anterior spinal fusion with posterior fusions we will do 3 a day and i will go home by 4 pm some times later back in 1995 loved to watch surgeons all around the world trying to figure it out on how many he could do in one day and in some cases they would go home same day and still have letter of recommendations i always had same staff or someone equil when leave of absence or vacation what you see in las vegas stays in las vegas but went back home because i missed my real family and friends and never dated when i was there
Intern (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 23, 2015
Everyone was very determined, punctual and responsible at Sunrise Hospital. I learned that you have to be as optimistic and as open minded as possible because you are at an hospital and there are no limits to the kind of people you will make contact with.
the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing
Tray line Lead-aide (Former Employee) – Las Vegas NV – September 30, 2012
I was there for 12 years. I was the lead-aide for food and nutrition patient services. Every year the employees in my department would say "It can't get any worse." Every year it got worse. Management were office managers. Supervisors worked the floor. Sodexo came in and fired all 8 supervisors, so then no one was watching what was going on. Hard to see what is happening sitting in a office. Basic food handling policies not followed. Most management M-F until 4 pm. After that they were leaving me in charge to deal with the problems happening. This year were lay offs. I was told my position was cut but i could be a trayline employee position and bump someone. I asked "So who will be in charge without a manager there?" Guess what! Still me! Now I'm gone and heaven help the patients. There is no way they wont know who this is.
they did work around my kidney dialyisis. i worked s, t, th, s off m, w, f
had free food when i started but was taken away to make more money for the great managers!
Vast facility that strives for patient care and excellence
Performance Improvement/Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 18, 2015
I've started as a patient sitter, and started moving up in my work, however my lack of a BSN, RN makes that difficult for me to move further. I like the environment and I love patient interaction, and the hospital is the best place for it. However, when you're in a position that lacks a healthy communication with various other people, and the work becomes stagnant, you try to look for more opportunities.
Great and friendly environment
Lack of advancement if you are not a certain type of employee
Health Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 18, 2015
Was responsible for 35 patients on our floor. Worked 12 hour shifts on the cardiac wing. Assisted Nurses and took off Doctors orders on the patient's charts and expedited them. Had a great Charge Nurse. My co-workers were the Nurses I worked with. What a great team of guys and gals. Hardest part only at times is when a patient was coding....I loved working with all the Nurses and Doctors!!!!