Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 27, 2017
Benefits and environment are good. It is challenging and rewarding work. Management is supportive and provide guidance and training. The hardest part is ensuring all patient needs are met and balancing the priorities with everything that needs to get done.
Front and Back Office Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Kermit, WV – June 13, 2017
I liked it there. They was really nice and I be am comfortable. I leaned a lot of things there I never knew. I got to do hands on and also do some office work. I could feel maybe me being comfortable working there one day.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – June 8, 2017
Prepare to be a number when working here. They are very concerned with money and cutting patient care quality. The doctors are great, the patient loads they give nurses is insane! More work, less money. They do not value their personnel and do not give compensation where it is due. The benefits are terrible. They make you rotate days and nights in the same week without thought of your personal life and your health. You better not get sick cause you'll get written up. It's a tough company to work for and their policies are all over the place.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (externship) (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 4, 2017
I was only at Valley Hospital for about 2 weeks to complete my externship, I have nothing much to say about it because I was only there to get experience. It was a great chance to learn the ropes. But for me, that wasn't where I wanted to be.
Administrative Associate (CCU Department) (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – April 23, 2017
I loved the 12 hour shifts I was required to work. I loved the type of work it involved. Unfortunately, my co-workers were not very friendly and were not good at teaching me my duties. I worked the night shift, and the one person who was supose to be teaching me the ropes of the job was more in to puzzle solving and gossiping to do as she should have been doing. She was a very over-bearing person to work with. I was not happy there at all and decided to leave.
This company, my home hospital in particular has an unsafe work environment. There is much emphasis on timing and numbers (understandable because it is a business), but they are willing to risk patient safety. I am not on board with that.
Senior Behavioral Health Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 28, 2017
Policies over people. Policies are in place to aid employees and leaders in so far as they are effective in minimizing chaos and setting reasonable boundaries. Managers ought not to be empowered negatively to create their own policies or to use existing policies to intimidate, harry, and stress the teams are are supposed to be working with. Valley is an epic fail in corp[orate culture.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 4, 2016
Worst hospital ever! Unprofessional, extremely classless management. Total nightmare. The management is very unprofessional, mean, rude, untrustworthy. Need a better class of people working here. Awful!
Needs to educate staff on productive communication, better attitudes, professionalism, morals and manners. Too many very "ghetto acting employees". Terrible enviroment.
Enjoyable workplace where the management really stresses training and education of the staff. Valley Health System provides ample education and training to allow the staff to grow. Very supportive of staff's needs.
Credit / Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – May 11, 2016
This job offered several opportunities to train and learn many new thigs. They offer a lot of benefits to their employees and review those benefits annually.
This job taught me many things. I managed up to 30 staff members. I helped during the conversion from the McKesson AS400 computer system to the Epic system. I learned to be very flexible and to keep an open mind.
I enjoyed all of the people that I met and worked with. Everyone was very supportive.
Great place to work but needs improvement in the Management area and team building area
IT (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 14, 2016
Benefits are great. Department teams are very team oriented. VHS creates a happy environment however not all employees are happy which is also to be expected. They care about patient satisfaction. Employee satisfaction seems to be on the lower end of the spectrum as there are a lot of key departments that are lacking additional staff causing staff to turn over frequently and you are left with a lot of work to catch up on. This leads to employee burn out.
Cut backs with employees seem to occur anywhere from 2-3 years on average.
VHS sticks to their standards for their mission and values and do strive for the best health outcomes highlighting their efforts on patients first.
Great Benefits, longevity of employment
Education and continued education for leadship/management is poor