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.
Senior Director of Internal Controls (Current Employee) – Westchester, IL – September 20, 2017
I was with FMC for 6 years. During that time the emphasis has been on patient care and the well-being of the patient population. The company has reorganized itself more than once recently to better meet patient needs.
Senior technician (Current Employee) – Concord, CA – September 19, 2017
This company offers great pay but on the slightly lower end for most positions. They really focus on helping you do your job well and staying there for a long time. Great place to gain experience and grow
High Stress, Long Hours, High Turn Over, No Balance
Medical Assistant Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Spokane, WA – September 19, 2017
Everyone is very self serving. They discourage you if you aren't a fast enough learner. When most people they hire have never done this in their life. They promise that once you learn the job it will get easier. However, the opposite couldn't be more true. After the 10 week training you are thrust into taking care of patients all on your own, and I'm sure you think this is a typical medical setting. Wrong. You are working as early as 4:30 in the morning until 11 at night taking care of the same patients every day. Everything is time limited. If you cannot thrive under constant pressure this isn't for you. Work life and personal life is no balance. The manager I worked under told me to ignore my newly acquired back pain and knee pain as "it's part of the job and we make sacrifices for our careers" well.. for barely more than minimum wage it is not worth it. Do not work here. You will only wish you hadn't left the job you had prior and you'll spend your days on Indeed looking for something else.
Plenty of hours
Short Breaks Long hours Toxic Coworkers Unsupportive Management
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – September 19, 2017
This company is a great company to work and gain experience. You have the tools to continually learn new and better ways of providing the best care to patients. You have the opportunity to assist and learn from your nurses, doctors and patients. You feel great and humbled in helping others live a healthier life.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Lubbock, TX – September 17, 2017
This job is not for the weak. The hardest part is working 16-18 hours a day, it is not easy work. It is hard to recover on your days off from such a long day. The best part of the job is that you are caring for some wonderful patients. If the company hired more people to work in one day it would take some of the load off the employees.
Director of Operations (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 15, 2017
Overall, I would recommend for healthcare workers. There is a lot of advancement opportunities for RNs and Patient Care Technicians in this company to advance, if they choose to do so. Good work/life balance. You will get out of it what you put into it.
Lots of Turnover in Senior Management in recent years
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Blue Springs, MO – September 14, 2017
The job itself is a fulfilling and enjoyable job. This job becomes highly un-ejoyable when corporate gives the technicians more job responsibilities and a higher patient load, with no extra pay or any kind of compensation for the changes and extra work that needs to be done.
Enjoyed working with FMC, because of the people, not the company in general. I was able to learn and grow with this company because of co-workers. Benefits were ok, but the pay was good. Bonus were impossible because of corporate.