Admission Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – June 13, 2012
Unfortunately my stay with this company was short, due to the situation after my 90 day probationary period was complete, the corporate office arrived and informed the 4 of us in the office that our jobs were being cut and the operation was being moved out of state.
Otherwise, I enjoyed the ladies I worked with. It was a very busy office, however well organized.
Patient Care Technician Preceptor (Current Employee) – Fairfield, CA – August 16, 2017
Being a patient care technician in Fresenius takes patience and compassion if you don't have those traits it would be a difficult place to work. Other than that it's a wonderful place to work with coworkers who have the same goal in mind which is to provide ultra care to the patients.
Staff & Charge RN - Acute Dialysis (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 15, 2017
This company was great to work for because of the people and my manager, but a new middle manager came in and decimated the mobile dialysis team and then I had no back up of often worked 14-16 hours a day, so I left
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Bullhead City, AZ – August 15, 2017
Pay is very good for the Bullhead City area, and usually have a lot of over time hours. Unfortunately, the local management team is not all that receptive to work and life balance being equal. If you can get through the first two weeks of clinical evaluation you might be accepted by the other technicians. Don't expect most of the nurses to be much help, and it is better to be submissive that forthcoming.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – August 15, 2017
Fresenius is a great place to work they offer great benefits and they offer to pay for you to further your education as long as you continue to work for them. But they need to be more professional when dealing with there employees..
This company used to care about patients, now all they care about is money. They have a monopoly in the business, so they don't feel that they need to try as hard. They are always short staffed, they expect you to hire substandard nurses and techs just to fill the positions. You get little to no support from management. They roll out programs so quickly no one can keep up, but expect staff to get trained and take care of patients and not go over hours allowed. They contradict themselves by handing out awards to staff to keep them thinking they value them, but getting rid of staff who really make a difference in the day to day operations and in patients lives. They value the relationship with their MDs more than the one with the patients and staff.
good pay and benefits
employees are not valued, expect too much with too little staff, upper management does not listen to the people who are actually taking care of the patients, they try to implement too many things at once, then blame middle management for failures.
Patient Intake Coordinator (Current Employee) – Metairie, LA – August 13, 2017
As a patient intake coordinator the phones never stop ringing and the workload is never lessened. It is incredibly busy and if you havent mastered multi tasking you'll never get anything done. Managers communicate through some passive aggressive emails and some supervisors are constantly zero help. You stay a temp until they either fire you or you spend a year or so there to get hired on full time. Seems like they hire people that are there the longest over people that do the job correctly and well. Not paid enough for what you do all day
dresscode super casual, keurig & tons of flavors in the breakroom
Patient Account Representative - Cash Poster (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – August 11, 2017
I worked as an accounting clerk (Cash Posting Team) for two months before I left. I was not properly trained and was expected to make no mistakes. The person who trained me stayed on his phone the majority of the time I was being trained and well after. I received incomplete and were to questions that I had. The management doesn't not communicate with employees well. They have a very high turnover rate. I wouldn't recommend working here until they place a team in place to properly train employees and set realistic daily goals.
Doesnt pay well as a temp. Bad management. Horrible training!
The company itself has a lot of great benefits. The pay is reasonable compared to other jobs in the area. Working closely with patients makes it fun. Management at the clinic I was at was uncoordinated. The hours and expansive job duties are horrific, often 14 hour days/5 days a week- despite what being told when I accepted the job. Supervision of several technicians while watching and being responsible for 20 plus patients at a time, passing medications, coordinating with providers and making appointments is a bit scary- everyday could be the last for your license as many of the technicians are unexperienced/undertrained. There is 6 weeks PTO available each year to start, however, it is very difficult to get any time off to use it.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Katy, TX – August 11, 2017
typical day consist of a good morning to teammates. then its off setting up for patients upon arrival. I learned how to prepare for the next shift as well for other teammates who be working in my area. Management helps guide teammates in the right direction in order for teammates to preform at their best. Work place culture is friendly and relax. the hardest part is when break is up. The most enjoyable part is knowing that you helping other to improve their quality of life.
PAR (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – August 11, 2017
This is a great place to work. My Managers and Supervisors were very down to earth but also got the job done. The only con I would say is this particular location can be very clickish because there are a lot of family members and lifelong friends hired internally.
Good place to work with stable hours and decent pay.
CCHT (Current Employee) – Gulfport, MS – August 10, 2017
The company has disappointed in the advancement department. I have been with the company for over 7 years at entry level and have moved up as far as my education would allow. I went back to school and received my Bachelor's degree in healthcare administration and have applied for over 20 internal positions which I qualify for without feedback on any. I have proven my discipline and dedication on many levels yet my loyalty to this company has yet to pay off.
Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – August 10, 2017
Only reason i left was because of family, a boss that didnt listen (not all the bosses just one in particular) and a closer to home job opportunity. Insurance is amazing and the job overall is really nice. I personally really enjoyed the 11 years i was there