Inventory Control Technician (Current Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – June 21, 2017
Full of projects to do all day because I am looking up new products and creating new accounts for the whole staff. My work is challenging and enjoyable because I am always busy and solving problems or helping to create new accounts on products that we are going to order regularly. I also do a lot of ordering from spreadsheets that I have created. These help me a lot!
Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – Entire Care – July 26, 2017
Verde Valley Medical Center is a wonderful place to work for. I had the pleasure of doing a 13 week contract with Entire Care. Staff were friendly, accommodating and helpful in every step of the way. It was a pleasure working there!
Management was lazy and often used favoritism. The Phlebotomist are EXTREMELY overworked esp. with none phlebotomy duties. Management will try to demean your work ethic and character when you seek out for a career advancement with other companies.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – November 10, 2016
I find that the environment here is very unfriendly and unwelcoming in comparison with several other hospitals I have worked at, the employees in general are not happy. There is a lot of politics and poor management. Nurses do not help with call lights and do not work as a team making being a PCT here almost impossible! I value positive culture and teamwork and that is not what is happening on the Yavapai Unit!
Office Coordinator II (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – September 2, 2016
This office directed patient flow within hospital. Numerous phone calls on a daily basis to ensure quality patient care. This office reviewed nurse staffing daily to ensure safe patient care. Temporary staffing was contracted if needed. Office was a resource to all departments within facility. Management employees in the department responded to all designated emergency's within facility.
Health Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – May 23, 2016
This Medical Record Department was a great place to work from Management to Co-workers. The reason I left was from the commute from Prescott Valley, AZ to Cottonwood which was one hour each way, I was taking a coding class in Flagstaff 1 nigh a week to expland my knowledge since I already had experience in chart assembly, analyzing, releasing of information etc. I saw a position at Yavapai Regional Medical Center in Prescott for coder and applied, interviewed and hired. In hindsight I should have never left Verde Valley. The commute and 8 hour day was brutal but I enjoyed going to work every day there.
Department Secertary (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – April 27, 2016
The position I had was created for me because of the skill and knowledge I have. But it also greatly benefited the departments I was taking care of. I was not compensated appropriately because of constant management changing and disorganization of employee review paper work recognition.
Office Coordinator II (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – March 8, 2016
This company tried to ensure customer service as best it could with the management it had. The employees worked very hard with each other and for the company. We all supported one another during a very difficult time in the medical world.
The hospital was very customer service oriented. Promoted striving for excellence in every area of the hospital..
Medical Staff Assistant (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – November 12, 2015
The employees had a positive attitude mainly due to the ongoing promotion of customer satisfaction and excellent service. It was nice to work with people who took their jobs seriously and worked hard to provide the best care possible. There were always opportunities for growth and development. Education was offered and encouraged.
Nutrition Aide (Former Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – March 17, 2015
Great department and colleagues Outstanding teamwork Learned all facets of institutional cooking and catering Strived to keep kitchen in tip top state of cleanliness Great benefits I loved to cook and cater there
Cleaning required use of several caustic cleaners and not always the safest ways to use them
Medical Coder II (Current Employee) – Cottonwood, AZ – March 2, 2015
I generally start my coding day at 5am. I start working Inpatient and then move on into the other queue's. I work well with the other 12 coders. I have been a coder for 3 years, if I need a second set of eyes to review my codes, I do ask the senior coders to review and accept their comments. Work is assigned by alpha letters, which works well for most of the queue's. Hardest part of my job is not having orders scanned in and having to email or call to find orders. It takes time out of my coding hours when I have to search for documents. Most enjoyable part is every chart is different. I like opening a chart and being able to read through documents and code to the best of my ability. I also enjoy being able to work different types of queue's and working remotely.