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Dignity Health Reviews
What is it like working at Dignity Health?
Nurse Practitioner (NP):
I like Chandler regional hospital, not completely sure about the other dignity facility. Benefits are great. Compensation not that great. Management not bad, Best work culture. One time I hated chw, in my opinion it is way better now.
Charge Nurse (RN):
My direct manager is great, upper management needs to go. My coworkers are amazing. The pay is great and the benefits are pretty good too. Ive worked for Dignity for 12 years and I get 9 weeks of PTO. I feel that I have the support to do my job and voice is heard when change is needed.
"Very Stressful, and pay is below average, and productivity is way too high."
Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) in Sacramento:
Pros: Can come and go when we please as long as we work out 8.5 hours and are on time.
Cons: We are unable to work from home. Every other Hospital allows there coder's to work from home, but not Dignity.
Staff Nurse in Phoenix:
Cons: Occasional micromanagement
Primary Care Registered Nurse (RN) in Bakersfield:
Pros: My interactions with patients and ability to make them better.
Cons: Staffing ratio is not always adequate or fair .
"Lack of support from management for breaks. Expectations of completing paperwork exceed need to take care of patients."
Registered Nurse (RN), Critical Care in Phoenix:
Pros: High acuity at the hospital keeps me challenged and the ability to work with attending and residents increases my knowledge in medicine
Cons: Lack of support from management