Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital
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  • CEO
    Jennifer Nuñez, MSW, LSW
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics
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RN Staff Nurse in Chandler, AZ
on October 15, 2021
I have worked in healthcare in direct patient care for the better part of 14 years, 8 of which have been in a hospital setting. This place is by far the most unprofessional hospital I have worked for. The nursing department is the only functional department in the facility. HR does not answer questions and is largely unavailable, social work/therapy can not keep staff, and the intake department will fill beds whether or not there is staff available to maintain safety.Acadia Healthcare is the largest for profit mental healthcare system in the world, yet this hospital does not show it. The air conditioning system has gone out several times, constant insect infestations, employees purchasing their own vitals equipment as the vitals equipment the hospital provides is missing or does not work. The pay is terrible, in two years of service I received less than a dollar in merit raises. My question, where is the money going?All things considered it is a great place for new grad nurses to cut their teeth. I personally oversaw several new grad nurses start their careers and flourish who eventually left and became strong nurses at other facilities. Nurse management from the CNO to house supervisors are available 24/7 to help out the floor. The CNO does take a patient load when they need to and they have no problem doing it.The sad reality is that healthcare is a profit driven industry. The hospital needs to make money but it is at the cost of losing good staff and safety. I could not tell you how many good staff I saw leave for greener pastures, myself included. The pay is not on par with other facilities and they know it. Overall, it is a great place to work as a new grad, there is very little day shift vs night shift, and nurse management is available to you pretty much around the clock. If you can get around the rest of the problems of the hospital it is not a bad place to work.
Registered Nurse in Chandler, AZ
on October 13, 2021
Fun people to work with. Leadership team is helpful. Can be stressful and very busy at times. Most doctors are good to work with and are not very demanding of nursing staff. Low medical acuity patients
BHT in Chandler, AZ
on September 16, 2021
They play favorites so if you're not a favorite good luck they pick on all the new people especially if you're young and trying to go somewhere in life so you like being picked on and them scheduling you without telling as well as not getting paid on time this is by far the best job for you
Behavioral Health Technician in Chandler, AZ
on September 12, 2021
Obviously it can be stressful but the team that I worked with was awesome and upper management also was pretty helpful and was willing to work with you Also tons of overtime was nice
Behavior Technician in Chandler, AZ
on August 24, 2021
The management here was awful. They did not seem to care about any of their clients. In several cases, management lost some client's items, such as their key or shoes, when they were checking out a client. It seemed like all management cared about was money and barely checked on any of the clients or employees. The training also did not prepare employees to be on the floor. Often times I was left on the floor without a walkie-talkie due to management losing one and not replacing it. In a crisis situation, I was forced to yell to get help from others. I ended up quitting because I felt so unsafe on the job and was very upset when how clients were treated here. Clients were coming here for help and it often seemed that they were leaving in a worse condition.

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