Understaffed and unsafe. High rate of employee turnover.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 14, 2017
I find that in hospital environments the rate of staff turnover is a tell tale sign of employee satisfaction. My experience here illustrated this-- some nurses and techs quit after just a few shifts. Poor support from management and in fact for the majority of my employment there were gaps in floor managers and charge nurses. At night I worked a shift once with 3 nurses and 3 techs to forty patients. In psychiatric care this is irresponsible. Period.
Nice coworkers, good BHTs, decent insurance
Short staff consistently, high patient to staff ratio. 1 RN and 1 tech to 12 patients. Banner is 1 to 8! Much safer.
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BHT (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 16, 2019
Understaffed majority of the time, staff is frequently put in compromising positions often with no breaks. Management isn't isn't supportive. The nurses work 12 how shifts but the techs work 8 which was another issue for me.
Recreation Therapist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 13, 2019
That place is toxic to their employees...the employees are awful and mean...management and administration will stab you in the back. Very possible you would end up a patient working in that environment. A lack of resources and organization.