Medical Biller (Current Employee), Mesa, AZ – January 5, 2014
Since starting to work there I have taken on a whole other employees work for them to be able to downsize. In which that has left me with a lot of work and not enough time. The management is not organized and the communication is poorly.
Technical Supervisor (Current Employee), Jacksonville FL – December 30, 2013
Pros: lets get the job done mentality
Cons: sometimes work odd hours
Moved up the ranks straight out of college. The tools for advancement are available if you are willing to research and take the tests. Pays is low starting out and annual raises are usually 2%. I have found that at the supervisor level the pay becomes decent. Great job for military retirees who want to suppliment their retirement and work in a great – more... team atmosphere. – less
They need to bring their salaries up to be more current with the times not geographic areas.
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), Waukegan, IL – December 25, 2013
Pros: holiday lunches
Cons: short breaks
The company does great things for their dialysis patients as a whole they need to structure what customer service is supposed to do and let the warehouse do what they are supposed to do and not make the customer service reps handled all of their issues. Also make sure that Supervisors handle reports and not make that part of the requirement for Customer – more... Service. Also have their legal department handle recalls and not have Customer Service take that responsibility ready responses from a typed sheet of paper. – less
Effectively provide life-prolonging treatment to dialysis patients.
Nephrology Social Worker (Current Employee), South Bend, IN – December 19, 2013
Pros: autonomy, full time benefits at 30 hours
Cons: workers needs are not always considered when making job assignments, does not always support time off for continuing education required to keep licenses current, never certain about job security
The social work staff is supportive of one another and available to one another. Most of the staff is committed to provide this vital treatment in a caring and compassionate way. I have learned much aboaut kidney disease. The hardest part of the job is seeing patients decline to follow the treatment. The company sometimes rolls out too many initiatives – more... or projects at one time. – less
Assistant To Clinic Manager (Former Employee), Englewood, NJ – December 12, 2013
Pros: the patients i got to interact with daily, and the lives i know i really touched and who touched mine
Cons: everything else about the job, the mistreatment and neglect of my medical safety
The patients were who got me out of bed everyday and to keep trying my best to please some impossible people I had to work for / with .
There was a lot of bullying and condescending remarks often made. I was trained by an amazing trainer and we were both told together and separately that I had been doing well and learned what was needed and then once – more... the woman who trained me left and I was by myself all of a sudden I wasn't doing what they wanted. When I really got mistreated was when a head doctor gave me a public "pat on the back " for saving going beyond the job description and helping a patient when the other nurses were too lazy to do anything to help her . – less
All of my previous employers were good companies to work for.
PCT (Former Employee), Portsmouth, VA – December 12, 2013
Fersenuis you are dealing with people lives to you wanna make sure you get the proper traning to insure the safety of your patients. I felt that there was know team effort on this job alot of drama and I dildnt want to be a part of it. Dairy Queen was a great job loved working with the mangers and coworker there were some busy and some not so busy days. – more... Health Deapartment started out great loved my patients but work became slack and I decided to seek new employment after I relocated. – less