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16 days ago

Dir, Risk Management

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

This position assists VP of Risk Management & Quality to oversee the hospital-wide risk management and risk reduction functions, which includes risk… HealtheCareers

3 days ago

Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Heart Failure & Transplant – new

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

-Continually evaluates patients' response to care, teaching and discharge plan. Documents patient progress in appropriate charts and shares… HealtheCareers

16 days ago

Physician Recruiter

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

encompass the entire physician recruitment process from marketing, cold-calling, sourcing, interviewing, site visits, checking references, follow-up… HealtheCareers

16 days ago

Mgr, Ambulatory Business Ops

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

This position plans, coordinates, and manages daily operational functions of the team to include patient flow, scheduling and authorization… HealtheCareers

17 days ago

Physician Assistant Pediatric Urology

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

This position performs healthcare tasks delegated by the supervising doctor and demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development of… HealtheCareers

16 days ago

Mgr, Pharmacy Business

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

Manages and coordinates various aspects of pharmacy business services, integrity and compliance to include but not be limited to: pharmaceutical… HealtheCareers

10 days ago

Trauma Nurse Practitioner

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner promotes patient health through delivery of professional expanded nursing care appropriate to patients age and… HealtheCareers

2 days ago

Phys Therapist-Motion Analysis – new

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

This position involves examination and analysis of patients referred to the Motion Analysis Laboratory. Main duties include physical examination… CareerBuilder

2 days ago

Genetic Counselor I – new

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

1. Assists medical geneticists in diagnostic visits for a wide range of genetic and metabolic conditions.Conducts counseling sessions for pediatric… CareerBuilder

2 days ago

Respiratory Care Pract I – new

Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix, AZ

This position facilitates and administers respiratory care, including routine while developing into more complex procedures, using a wide variety of… CareerBuilder

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Bob Meyer
24 Ratings

    Low salary with little opportunity for advancement, but wonderful atmosphere for the patients

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    Current Employee - Clinical Nurse II  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Clinical Nurse II in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Phoenix Children's Hospital full-time for more than 5 years


    I have worked at PCH for six years as an RN. Kiddos feel "at home" at PCH. The new, main tower and the renovation of most of the East tower are bright, colorful, and inviting to the children and families in their times of stress. Overall, good benefits, including tuition reimbursement.


    Senior management is not visible to staff on a regular basis. High staff turnover rates in some areas.. Salary is lower than that for comparable positions at other local hospitals, especially considering this is a specialized field. There is currently no nursing clinical ladder, so little room for advancement, and certifications and advanced degrees are encouraged, but not financially rewarded. Human resources department ineffective in resolving certain issues, such as workplace harrassment/bullying.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hold everyone to the same standards. Please reward those with more experience and professional certifications and degrees financially, otherwise you will stand to lose these crucial employees to other hospitals. Reinstate your nursing clinical ladder program ASAP. Make yourselves more accessible to the staff, so they can view you as "people", and not as figureheads with unreasonable salaries.

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