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I've worked for a Banner hospital in CO for about 6 months now. I am an ED nurse, and that's the only nursing I've ever done, so my experience with the rest of the hospital is fairly limited. All in all, I think it's an ok place to work. Pay seems average for the region I'm in. Benefits are actually pretty good, compared to other jobs I've had. Actually, my benefits package now is outstanding compared to when I was a county government-employed paramedic (i.e. $5,000/yr tuition assistance vs. $900/yr). There seems to be a lot of bureaucracy and 'big business' attitude (if you've ever seen the movie office space, you know exactly what I mean). However, I think it's hard to find a job in this day and age that isn't that way. Overall, I would recommend Banner, but once again, I have fairly limited experience with other departments/hospitals in general. Hope this helps.