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Hospital Reputations in Phoenix

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You are reading page 10 of Hospital Reputations in Phoenix. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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Well, I have lived here all of my life and I am sure some of you will get mad at my responses :trout:

Good rep - Mayo, St. Joseph's, Good Samaritan, Az Heart Hospital, John C Lincoln

Bad rep - Maryvale, Baptist, St. Luke's

All others are in between. Name a hospital and I can tell you my perception of it!

what's your take on AZ Heart Hospital??:smiletea:

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jamonit has 6 years experience and specializes in retail NP.

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you have to wear all white at az heart hospital. and mayo.

screw that!:cool:

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TANIARN06 specializes in neuroscience.

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can you tell me about Tucson Medical Center?

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cardiacRN2006 is a ADN, RN and specializes in Cardiac.

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can you tell me about Tucson Medical Center?

This thread is 12 pages long and about hospitals in Phoenix.

If you want to get responses from people in Tucson, you should start up your own thread.

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Hey! I am about to begin at Banner Baywood in about a month on the telemetry cardiac stepdown unit. Can any one help with some positive and negatives? I am in crisis decision mode!

PS...What is the story with the critical care course?

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Hoozdo has 15 years experience as a ADN and specializes in ICU, Research, Corrections.

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Hey! I am about to begin at Banner Baywood in about a month on the telemetry cardiac stepdown unit. Can any one help with some positive and negatives? I am in crisis decision mode!

PS...What is the story with the critical care course?

Generally, there are two types of critical care courses. One is offered at Gateway College. The other is online at put out by the AACN called ECCO.

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Our jobs as nurses is to help heal ALL people, regardless of race, age, sex, immigrant status, sexual orientation, felonies, etc. I am glad you didn't look for a job at PCH. I will be working there and am glad I won't have a person with those ideals working with me :)

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That about sums up Mayo. Like most places they have some real weiners there.

The main thing I didn't like at PCH was the high immigrant patient population. Think I'd be too tempted to call sheriff Joe if I worked there. ;)

My previous comment was directed at this post.

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RainDreamer has 13 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in NICU.

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Our jobs as nurses is to help heal ALL people, regardless of race, age, sex, immigrant status, sexual orientation, felonies, etc. I am glad you didn't look for a job at PCH. I will be working there and am glad I won't have a person with those ideals working with me :)

Having those ideals would be hard to have working at any hospital in the valley, especially PCH, MMC, St. Joes, etc.

I wouldn't take my child to PCH, but not for those reasons lol.

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Our jobs as nurses is to help heal ALL people, regardless of race, age, sex, immigrant status, sexual orientation, felonies, etc. I am glad you didn't look for a job at PCH. I will be working there and am glad I won't have a person with those ideals working with me :)

Vlujan, excellent use of hyperbole.

Some more rounded and less idealistically programmed individuals consider health care as a limited resource that needs to be effectively rationed. Fortunately things in AZ have dramatically changed since the days this thread was current. You might become frustrated with AZ.

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SNIXRN has 8 years experience and specializes in Critical Care. CVICU. Adult and Peds PACU..

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mayo all the way! in the top 100 places to work in forbes and the second best hospital in the us (johns hopkins is the first).

 

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