Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – June 21, 2018
The management is inexperienced and unprofessional. The workload and deadlines are unrealistic but was not authorized overtime. Beside bad management, I enjoyed gaining the experience and knowledge that will benefit me and aid in my career advancement.
Tuba City (Former Employee) – Arizona – July 16, 2018
Hospital is 24/7, this area covers a wide variety of people not just in Tuba City but the outer communities 45 minutes away in all directions. The Diversity of the hospital is for many indigenous people but run by Navajo Nation. This hospital is expanding and welcoming staff to help grow with them.
Best experience at an Indian Health Service Facility.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – May 7, 2018
Such a rewarding experience to work at an Indian Health Service Facility. To have been given this opportunity was more fulfilling than I would have ever dreamed. I was honored to work with the Navajo and Hopi Tribes. I will always cherish my experience at Tuba City Hospital.
Contract Health Service Program Director (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ 86045 – April 18, 2018
TCRHCC use to be a pleasant place to work, however, with the inception of new CEO things really changed for the worse. As in any culture the CEO began choosing his favorites and thus begins the witch hunt on behalf of the favorites.
Advanced Practicioner (Former Employee) – AZ – November 6, 2017
It is a very rewarding place to work, you see and diagnose various pathology that you would not see anywhere else. You are very lucky to work and help a very underserved and impoverished population. Most patients do not have electricity or running water.
Inspit of the hospital becoming private and tribal run, their compensation for their mid-level practicioners, is almost appalling. They compensate at about the 25th percentile for certain specialties. You get compensated at 25th percentile and yet I worked two times harder and had more burdens then working most other facilities. Instead of giving raises their goal is to open more specialties instead of improving and actually fully staffing crucial areas like ACU, PCU, Family Medicine and ER.
RN (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – January 23, 2017
This is on a Reservation, the guidelines are different. They are not an EEO-employer. The oversight is done thru Navajo Nation. They are in need of Registered Nurses. Get everything in writing, don't take a person's word at what the benefits are. If it is not in writing then you don't have the benefit. The contract you sign make sure has everything that was talked about prior to singing is in your contract. especially about student loans.
You are helping a community that is in need, most don't have running water, or electricity. These patients are hardship, understanding culture. Helping people is most important, but understanding culture and types of patients you will be taking care of is hard.
Reservation, not EEO/ no federal oversite/ tribal ran.
Housing/Property Manager/Shipping Ofcr (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ 86045 – September 12, 2016
A typical day is very busy; your reward is meeting new friends and working with helpful people, makes it all worthwhile. The hardest part of any job is the long hours, but is rewarding to see your employees and tenants happy..
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – May 17, 2016
It was a great place to work. Good people to work with. A lot of resources for their clients. The organization has encouraged me to speak the native tongue. I've learned so much in the clinic i was employed at.
Medical Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Pediatric Clinic – May 10, 2016
Awesome place to work. Providers care about there patients and enjoy working with the community for a better health. Awesome co-workers and they love there jobs as well. Lead are very outgoing and care for there employees.
Great environment if you get along with staff and keep busy.
Materials Handler (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – August 12, 2015
I worked in two great departments. The maintenance department and general services department. I learned so many skills on the job as a person fresh out of high school. I got along with all staff members and learned good customer service experience. I got along with management very well. My coworkers made the time easier to pass by as we worked. There were a lot of different challenges, especially in a healthcare environment, but solved very well with team effort. Working with my coworkers was the part of my job I enjoyed the most. Very enjoyable work place if you just do your job and get to know the other staff.
Supply Technician (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – April 11, 2015
Worked in General Services Department. Which was in warehouse, shipping, receiving and inventory of supplies, issuing of supplies, equipment and office work which included computer, copier and mail duties.
HIM TECHNICIAN II/INPATIENT ANALYST (Current Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – October 15, 2014
As an HIM Technician the medical records department at TCRHCC has taught me a lot. I have learned a lot within medical records, from analyzing inpatient charts and outpatient chart, creating new charts, pulling charts for clinic appointments, delivering charts to location of patients appointments, release of information, being busy all the time keeps us on our feet, worked and learned in all area of the HIM Department. Trained new employees that joined the team. Depending on what shift we are working, we are consistently busy. we are assigned to certain areas of the department everyday, from pulling charts for clinic, filing labs into charts , release of information, outpatient analysis, chart running, etc. Got along with everyone , there are a total of 20+ technicians that i work with, and working as team and proved to the hospital that patient care is a priority, with that in mind just knowing to get charts to the clinic and working as team has always been sufficient. Its always a great environment on whatever shift you are working and who you are working with. i feel coming into the healthcare field has had its moments on when times learning all aspects of HIM was hard, weather its learning the various task that come with medical records, it does take time to learn but i am fast learner so this was easy for me, a challenge is always worth it. but coming to work has always been enjoyable and i feel its time for me to use what i learned and apply to the real world.
Chart Record (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – July 27, 2014
What i learn about this job, I learn how to answer phone calls, Paper workers, and renew charts on the computer, and do update on the computer and Microsoft. I learn how to operate the fax machine and answer phone calls in the offices and learn how to handle customers that come to the office for questions. I worked 9 hours a day and i LOVE my co-workers to death.
I love being a offices assistant, faxing, paper workers, and computer works
Pharmacy Assistant (Former Employee) – Tuba City, AZ – March 10, 2013
I enjoyed working at Tuba City Regional Health Care, a lot of friendly employees. The work invironment was fast pace, their would be something to do all day long. The hardest part of the job was during inventory. I enjoyed working at the hospital, i have learned so much.