Sonora Behavioral Health
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About the company

  • Founded
    1994
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Admin Clerk in Tucson, AZ
on July 16, 2021
There are some great people working at Sonora and some horribly rude sarcastic and egomaniac people working at Sonora. Management can do whatever it wants with little to no reprimand. There is an overall shady feeling to this place if you can ignore that keep your head down and stick to yourself it might work out for you. Also benefits are really expensive and not worth it.
RN Staff Nurse in Tucson, AZ
on September 14, 2021
The management is a little too focused on numbers and not staffing. The pay is good and I enjoy my coworkers most of the time. It is almost impossible to get fired here, much to some employees chagrin. I will stay out another couple years here until I get my higher degree (I'm an RN there now)
Rec therapist in Main campus
on July 2, 2021
I honestly like working here. I enjoy doing therapy with the patients, rubbing shoulders with some great people, but I believe this job has taken over my life in less than a month. Some dishonesty or inaccurate estimation of my job responsibilities from the interview process and after my first day with a new work load. I really struggled adjusting here since my first day with a full work load. I feel the problem is the business model. Other people who can pull it off I commend them. If I was single maybe I could do it. However, I find most people are working extra hours per day. I am disappointed in my work life balance here. My job here became my priority. Some things would iron out over time. However, staying several hours late is likely to become the rule rather than the exception. My decision to leave was about self-preservation. All disciplines appear to be spread thin across the board. Highest staff to patient ratios in all disciplines I have seen other than nursing, but nursing is still high. I have seen more codes here in a week (covering 4 units) than 6 months at other inpatient psych employers. The pay is awesome though and there are plentiful opportunities to be challenged and grow.
Utilization Management Representative in Tucson, AZ
on June 6, 2021
I had problems with carrying charts from the far end of the hospital. I had very little training and was reprimanded more seriously in front of others in the office. Boss was overwhelmed most of the time.
BHT in Tucson, AZ
on April 5, 2021
theres a lots of stuff wrong with this place the work culture it catty and two faced every one is all way talking behind your back you will run your but off trying to maintain the floor and keep everything running smoothly just to have some slacker say your not doing your job right behind your back while they do less than the bare minimum.You Don’t have to be good at your job for the BHT Manager to like you , you just need need to know how to talk about sports and get on his good side. In fact doing the job correctly and responsibly is more of a personal choices here. If you’re a RN they will put you in situations risking your license in fact Everyone will be asked to do something on the shady side not in the best interest of our patients. No one stays long turn over is hight management is all ways changing this place has a new ceo every mouth

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