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- RecommendsPositive Outlook
WRMC is part of the CTCA family and is located in Goodyear, AZ, a western suburb of PHX. 1) No one practices patient focused care like CTCA. 2) Support from ownership for taking care of the patients is phenomenal. 3) If you are looking for a culture that lives their mantra of "Always and Only about the patient", CTCA is the place. 4) A great informal area in which to live with all the big city stuff you might want within 30 minutes in PHX.
If you are not a change agent or don't deal well with change this is not the place for you. CTCA and WRMC are constantly seeking input from the patients and their families and making changes accordingly. The status quo for this organization is "change".
Advice to Management
Surround yourself with people who are 150% dedicated to taking care of the patient. Your hiring process must differentiate those who are able to actually live with the "Always and Only..." mantra and not just do it lip service.
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I worked at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center full-time (Less than a year)
Great teamwork between the MA's
Administration lacks strength to lead a good company
Close to home. Used to have employees that helped each other out and worked as a team.
Management is corrupt and treats employees as though they are replacable. CEO and Admin held mandatory meetings telling employees to "get on the bus or get off." When you file harassment complaints, nothing happens. They don't care about you. They pay the lowest in the area. Get out while you can.
Advice to Management
Praise your employees for what they do good to boost moral. Stop making examples out of people. This "my way or the highway" tactic doesn't keep the good employees around. That's why what you have left is the lazy bottom of the barrel that couldn't find a new job. Glad to have gotten out while I could.