Mission: Valley Medical Center, the District’s Healthcare System, is committed to providing access to safe, quality healthcare for the public. The District Healthcare System is integrated with UW Medicine and collaborates to ensure comprehensive, high quality, safe ...
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Valley Medical Center (Renton, WA (US)).
Applied online and got a call back in about 2 weeks. Had a quick phone interview and then came in for a face to face next day. Met both hiring managers and they laid out all the areas that they needed improvement on and if I was up to the challenge. Everything went great and I was then offered to take a pre employment paperwork to continue the process. I was told to take a drug test and expect to get a call back from the hiring manager. Weeks go by and no call back, no email no nothing. As if nothing ever happened. Kept checking online for a status but no answer. Called HR and was given the 'wait for the hiring manager to call you' answer. Which in terms mean 'sorry we moved on'. What they dont tell you is that you wont be hearing from them at all if you received the job or not. Literally *crickets*, that you'll be stringing along to bunch of maybe. But silence is the answer. But the lack of communication on there part was probably the most unprofessional process I'be been through. Needless to say, it was a big hassle for a short answer that I never received from them.
Congratulations to Valley's Pulmonary Rehab Program, recently granted certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. This was a phenomenal team effort made possible through a year of intense work and development of standards by Program Manager Ashan Korala, Medical Director Stefanie Nunez, MD, Respiratory Therapy Manager Joel Ray, respiratory therapists and pulmonary rehab staff. AACVPR-certified programs are recognized as leaders in the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation because they offer the most advanced practices available.
As a Baby Friendly designated hospital, recently awarded Breastfeeding Friendly Washington Gold Recognition Level "for helping the next generation be the healthiest ever," Valley Medical Center incorporates the objectives of World Breastfeeding Week 2018 into our daily practice.
Valley's staff is passionate about informing and educating mothers and families about the benefits of breastfeeding for their babies, their communities and themselves.
◦Valley's Birth Center, NICU and Pediatrics/Mother-Baby staff have extra breastfeeding education and training to educate and support families prenatally and after birth.
◦Breastfeeding and parenting services at Valley help anchor breastfeeding for our families and community.
◦Our certified Lactation Consultants support mothers and families after birth and during the first years of life and provide outpatient lactation services for the families in the community.
By taking action to promote breastfeeding as the social norm, Valley Medical Center is helping improve the health of the community we serve.