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 (Former Employee) – West Bend, WI – October 3, 2017
Totally unprofessional place. Everybody would push work off on others, especially the manager. When i was hired i was promised 40 hours per week and continued not to receive them. Most the fellow employees were cruel, especially the nurses. When i was hired i was not told that we started at early as 4am and I was also never told we had to work 16 hour shifts every other Saturday. There was a ton of blame placing, and nobody wanted to do their job, and nobody wanted to train new employees and it didn't seems like anybody cared for new employees to succeed.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – October 2, 2017
Micro-manage employees No clear career path(s) for certain departments Expected to work on their time schedule Lack of physical interaction in corporate office; they would rather communicate via email than speaking to anyone face to face
RN SDS (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 1, 2017
Full patient assessment. Pre, Intra & Post op care. Work as a team with Radiologist, RT's and RN's to provide the best patient outcome. Our Manager is on task at all times. She has an open door policy and makes it comfortable for staff to approach her with any questions or concerns. Most difficult part of my job is to encounter patients with long term disabilities, multiple diseases, physical and mental disorders. My goal is to try and give them as much autonomy as I can during there stay at our facility. Most enjoyable part is being a part of a working team and providing my compassion and expertise to my patients.
a place that you wil most definitely learn something new
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – Clarksdale, MS – October 1, 2017
With Dialysis being something new for me, I have learned a lot, but it was all worth it. I loved the patients and the staff. Once you get the hang of it its like everyone becomes family. If something was to happen to a patient and you have gotten attached to them its hard to believe. The most important thing is teamwork and its wonderful if you have that.
PATIENT ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – September 28, 2017
If you put in the effort, you could do really well here. The management structure makes it relatively easy to advance, if that is your objective. The pay is more than fair, in my opinion, for the work that is required. It isn't necessarily easy work, but it's rewarding and pays off for the right individual.
You are allowed two 15min breaks and a lunch break (30 minutes or an hour, employee choice). Flexible hours. Offers a good place to purchase convenient snacks and drinks in the cafeteria with the option of heating your own food, if necessary. Desks are mobile, so you can sit or stand at your leisure - makes working much more enjoyable.
I will say that because of the opportunity for advancement, sometimes people are promoted prematurely.
Renal Social Worker, MSW (Former Employee) – Fresenius Medical Care – September 28, 2017
Knowing that you are able to work with individuals to ensure that their psychosocial needs are meet as well as their financial/insurance needsare meets make me feel good as a pereon that I could help my fellow man out.
This position was a challenge. It was an hour and a half from my home. Sometimes I would have to stay overnight in Salisbury because of bad weather or staffing but the company paid for it. Had a very generous budget in which I could treat the staff to lunches and gifts when they worked particularly hard to meet performance goals. Overall a great company to work for.
First off the pay is excellent. Management is poor. communication i s very outright bad. Load / route planners are very poor at their jobs. The stress can be high when you get several calls a day from their techs wondering where the freight is.It is an easy job over all if you can get past the lack of leadership and no communication. Decent equipment over all. Power jacks, Nice lift gates on trucks. As for work place culture the Dallas area is more involved in what they are going to have for lunch. this process can take more than a couple hours. The lack of communication can be derived from the fact most are outside smoking or huddled in small groups and not even at their desks.
Management. Load planners. Neither do jobs properly.
Electronic Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – September 27, 2017
Supervisor needs to learn how to communicate and acknowledge their employees, they don't explain things about time off, and they can be more secretive when letting you know when you do something incorrect, instead of saying out loud.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – North Cape May, NJ – September 27, 2017
It is a great place to work, the benefits are better than average, you can always advance in the company and there is tuition reimbursement which is great. The starting salary should be at least $20.00 an hour AND there should be better raises according to standard of living. I have a great manager so that is a plus.
i had worked for fresenius for several years and was past up for a promotion. they actually hired someone not from the company to be the manager. This person was not only new to the company but also had no manager experience. They are not loyal to there staff but expect loyalty.
autonomy in the acute care setting/ health insurance benefits
Used Medical Manager, Ability (Direct Data Entry) (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY 40205 – September 26, 2017
Pay is below national average, not much room for career advancement. Employee retention would be greatly improved if employees were compensated for their contributions, and management did not abuse position authority.