Hospice of the Valley Jobs & Careers in Phoenix, AZ

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28 days ago

Senior Application Developer and Architect

Hospice of the Valley Phoenix, AZ

Hospice of the Valley is a national leader in hospice care and has been serving the Phoenix metropolitan area since 1977. A mission-driven… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Hospice of the Valley - Oncology Care Coordinator Intern

Hospice of the Valley Phoenix, AZ

Intern will gain valuable insight into many facets of the medical community that he/she can carry forward in a professional… Hospice of the Valley

9 days ago

RN Case Manager

Hospice of the Valley Phoenix, AZ

In home chronic disease management program with a focus on patient/family/caregiver care through exemplary customer service. Provides education… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Thrift Shoppe Warehouse Associate/Driver

Hospice of the Valley Phoenix, AZ

§ Picks up and delivers donations. § Processes donated items. § Maintains a clean and orderly… Glassdoor

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    Employees charged with the vitally important task of caring for patients under under-staffed, excessive hours conditions

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at Hospice of the Valley full-time for more than 5 years


    Caring for patients is an extremely gratifying experience and humbling experience.


    The health care personnel were exhausted due to long shifts, consistent high patient count and under-staffed conditions. Viable suggestions and concerns addressed in a professional manner by nurses to management went unheeded resulting in staff injuries and patient safety concerns.

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    Although 12 hour shifts are meant to benefit the patient by giving them fewer "faces" to remember during their care, returning to three 8 hour shifts would elevate quality of care and reduce patient safety concerns by allowing nurses and nurse assistants proper restorative sleep. Although a hiring a third employee is usually opposed by upper management due to an increase in cost to the employer, cutting costs in this area by keeping the two 12-hour shifts directly affects the quality of patient care via exhausted nurses and NAs, giving the perception that the company believes that their bottom line comes before that of their employee's health and, as follows, the customer's health and safety. However this suggestion has already been made and dismissed by management.

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