The DO is a cut throat when he want someone gotten rid of he gets all his little minions together and goes after that person. HR has numerous complaints about him but they seem to disappear. It's the good old boys club. But if you kiss his butt you got it made
Human Resources (Former Employee) – Mercer Island, WA – November 14, 2017
Liberty was a good little dialysis company with outstanding upper management. Mid level management was not as skilled or supportive. Work life balance was non-existent. Lower level management was not as skilled. Before the leaders really had time to make changes they sold out to Fresenius.
early start time about 4.00 am start day bye setting up machines running them through test to assure the where working properly. a work station with 4 machines and a average run time of about 3hr per patient. I learned to operate safely a dialysis machine . Hardest part of job was the turn taking patients off machine and cleaning tearing down to get ready for next patient. the most enjoyable part was the interaction with patients getting to know them as people.
Liberty Dialysis used to be a great place to work until USRC came in
Nurse (Former Employee) – Texas – August 1, 2017
USRC is now a main partner with Liberty Dialysis. Since USRC came into the picture the morale of the company has gone down drasticly. The techs and nurses are rushed to leave without proper quality control in order to keep overtime MINUTES down. Facility Administrators are under extreme pressure with many different changes in supplies, reports, protocols and employee time efficiency. FA's are forced to join a Productivity conference call to explain why their clinics are over in MINUTES not hours. USRC has ran off many good techs and nurses with unrealistic time limits compared to the amount of extra work and steps it takes to run a patient, take off a patient, clean the area and bring in your next patient... It would be best if the people making these protocols would take the time to work the floor and see what everyone goes through on a daily basis. USRC's upper management treat paper patients whereas we are here daily treating real patients. Very low pay rates and pay increases.
Benefits are okay
Morale is low and you will be overworked and underpaid.
Patient Care Technician (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – January 29, 2017
rovided personal client care as directed w Recorded vital signs (vascular cannulation, temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, height and weight). w Monitored dialysis machines. w Sterilized and cleaned equipment and patient treatment areas. w Data entry.
With Liberty, you don't have to sacrifice yourself or family to achieve your goals. Excellent company to work for and to grow within your profession. No real glass ceiling here. Tech savvy company with their finger on the pulse of the industry and doesn't just promote patient wellness, it is the fabric for which the company is founded. This is THE BEST company I have ever had the privilege to work for, with the absolute best teams.
Lead CCHT (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – April 27, 2016
Good place to work. The company was more staff friendly than any place I have eve worked. I was the patient education coordinator . I worked as a ccht giving life saving dialysis treatments to patients with kidney failure.
Clean and friendly environment, with approachable supervisors
Facility Maintenance (Former Employee) – Beaver, PA – September 1, 2015
the boss there was very nice and work with me with my work schedule when i was working my other job, also gave me the time off that i needed with no problem, left great instruction on the work that needed to be that night