San Jose Behavioral Health
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San Jose Behavioral Health Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Vanderpoel
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    455 Silicon Valley Blvd, ...
  • Link
    San Jose Behavioral Health website
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Reviews

Behavioral Health Associate in San Jose, CA
on December 20, 2020
It’s not entirely management’s fault people call out of work last minute often which lead to short staffing. But apsometimes, there’s no one calling out and just 1 techs on the floor to do everything by themselves. A good number of techs are not very supportive, and will do everything they can to do the easiest tasks and the most minimal amt of work. This leads to quick burnout of other good techs, which lead them to make mistakes or call out for work or outright quit. NOC shift in the adolescent unit are especially are not supportive and WILL work against you and even accuse you of not doing your work when you had a really busy day. All that said though, most people there especially the nurses are pretty nice people and are fun to work with. Your patience, multitasking, compassion, and communication skills are tested to your limits there which either lead to burn out or growth. It’s a valuable opportunity if you’re up for it for sure!
Acute Psychiatric RN in San Jose, CA
on June 13, 2022
Short staffed but that means possible incentive pay and hiring on the spot or very quickly, and usually all shifts and scheduling (per diem, part time, or full time) available. Staff could be trained more thoroughly (BHA, RN, and LVN alike). Charge RN usually handles codes but I wish supervisor was there to support (help draw up meds, with hands-on, with administering meds, with admission, with documentation, or with taking some of the daily tasks so the charge RN has time to fill out incident reports and do other documentation regarding codes). The organization could be more organized. The priority is heads in beds and revolving door patients, unfortunatley many times that’s to the staff’s hurt bc theyre too busy handling their current patient load that giving them admissions, especially during high acuity times or multiple admissions per shift is burn out and stress inducing. The nurses need more support (help with workload, help when short staffed, help with admissions) otherwise more of them would stay. Recommended for new grads wanting acute inpatient experience, give it a try if you are interested in psych.
Unit Clerk in San Jose, CA
on February 16, 2022
If you are fresh out of nursing school or just starting out in your medical career, this is definitely a good starting point. It is a very fast paced acute psychiatric care facility so you get a lot of hands on work from the beginning, but the down side to that is that you get very little training but are expected to know everything within your first month. If you enjoy employee recognition, this is not the place for you. If you think having supportive administrators and supervisors are essential, this is definitely not the place for you. The administrators treat your poorly but expect you to work 40+ hours per week with little to no incentive. If you work for the nursing department, the CNO and the supervisors all act like children in high school. They do not support their nursing staff or the BHA staff, but instead will sit in office all day on their phones speaking poorly about their employees. There is no opportunity for growth, only empty promises and you are given more work to complete with no extra compensation.
Utilization Review Specialist in San Jose, CA
on August 4, 2021
I worked with a great cohesive team that supported each other. I was appreciated and rewarded for my hard work. staff were kind and did the best they could for the patients. overall the best job i have ever had. it felt great to be able to come up with successful plans for the patients and see them improve.
Behavioral Health Technician in San Jose, CA
on April 23, 2021
Good place to work at. They provide a lot of training. Flexible with your schedule and have a lot of open shifts on the weekends. The supervisors were always willing to help.

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