Queen of the Valley Medical Center

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The Queen of the Valley provided extremely beneficial education to their staff

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Former Employee - RNII in Napa, CA
Former Employee - RNII in Napa, CA

I worked at Queen of the Valley Medical Center

Pros

There is a low turnover because they treat the staff well. They are supportive and try hard for the employees

Cons

some of the staff had been working in a such a good environment they didn't realize how good they had it at the Queen.

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    Current Employee - Registered Nurse
    Current Employee - Registered Nurse

    I have been working at Queen of the Valley Medical Center

    Pros

    Good location, okay pay, always available overtime, lots of learning opportunites within the hospital, education reimbursement, and RN-BSN opportunities. lots of nice people!

    Cons

    poor scheduling, lots of open shifts. Not the most competitive with pay. constant battle regarding union vs non-union opportunites for staff.

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    Student R.T. at this hospital with over 700 hours clinical time in diagnostic, ER, ICU, CT, Surgery and Angiography.

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    Former Employee - Stusent Rasiologic Techno; Ogist in Napa, CA
    Former Employee - Stusent Rasiologic Techno; Ogist in Napa, CA

    I worked at Queen of the Valley Medical Center full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Excellent hospital to learn and prefect my skills at. they are very busy and work by the book with no shortcuts. I am proud to have served my last clinical rotation there full time in ten hour shifts. I was able to work with minimal supervision and this helped me rely on my own abilities.

    Cons

    Most technologists were working per-diem and no benefits. I understand that our economy is in recovery and Obama Care is hard on California and (I hope) should be worked out soon.

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