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Banner Thunderbird Medical Center Overview

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Phoenix, AZ
10000+ employees
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Subsidiary or Business Segment
Health Care
$5 to $10 billion (USD) per year
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Banner Thunderbird Medical Center Reviews

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Banner Thunderbird Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Deb Krmpotic
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    Current Employee - Staff Nurse in Glendale, AZ
    Current Employee - Staff Nurse in Glendale, AZ
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    I have been working at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Great team work, great benefits, patient oriented. Deep level for care on keeping patients safe.

    Cons

    Pay is not the worse however there are other hospitals that pay more. Employees are just employees so seniority means nothing. Work every holiday.

    Advice to Management

    All employees should be accountable including physicians.

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Banner Thunderbird Medical Center Interviews

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    RN, Clinical Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Glendale, AZ
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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center (Glendale, AZ) in November 2013.

    Interview

    I spent two hours with a hiring manager in her private office discussing the job and how the unit functions. She asked me several behavioral questions that stimulated me to think of how I would act as a manager based on how I was treated by managers in the past. I was prompted to think of past experiences and bring it to the table and describe exactly how I would react in a similar situation and how I would make decisions and deal with staff as a clinical manager for their unit on night shifts.

    Interview Questions

    • My most difficult question was "how did I act in the past to assist to resolve a difficult situation which resulted in an improvement of patient care while working a shift. How did I make a difference in the patient care and improve the communication among the team members of my shift.   1 Answer
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