Facility Administrator (Current Employee) – San Augustine, TX – September 12, 2018
SNG has a higher pay scale than many dialysis facilities however the hours are long and they work 3 shifts when they could go down to two shifts. There are patients ratios that patients could be spread to two shifts and they are not doing this to increase productivity, however staff are exhausted and working extremely long hours.
Manager (Former Employee) – Ft. Worth, TX – May 21, 2018
The company was once a very successful Nephrology focused company that decided to increase their business model and start specialty practices with no prior knowledge of coding, billing or or reimbursement policies for those specialties. It created a very poor work environment with pressures that have no real basis in a. operations' best practices approach
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 26, 2018
Data analysis of medical records is very convoluted because each patient has a unique diagnosis (that must be reviewed), with a specific payor (insurance), that has their own contractual agreements for paying the provider, that may or may not get denied. Can be a bit dreary, but the people are amazing, the physicians are first class, and my managers are great to work for.
Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – Forth Worth – January 16, 2018
You work your butt off and continue to get no where. No direction by management. No loyalty for employees who helped to build the company. Laying people off with years of experience just so they can hire newer younger people for less money. No respect is given to anyone. Always feel you are being micromanaged and walking on egg shells. When physicians are being let go & others quitting, it’s time to bail out. If you consider a position here, you should look else where...
Past employee (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 18, 2017
*Very unorganized company with no clear direction. *Multiple layoffs suggest instability. However, none of high priced family members who are in executive position and never come to work have been eliminated; just employees with 20-30 years tenure which suggests no loyalty by owners or upper management. *Most executive level employees at this company are inept and not qualified for the position they hold. *Most physicians who work here are out of control and only care about money-not patient care. *There is no real way to succeed at this company. There is no investment back into their employees with training and education-yet they want to hold the employee accountable for not doing a good job *This is a very sad company to work for. Lots of pressure to perform with no real effort to correct current issues. *Padma Cole is a cancer- is the worst executive at this company. She has no clue what she is doing. Hopefully one day she will get eliminated-until she does, no real growth will happen at PPG
former employee (Former Employee) – Ft. Worth, TX – December 18, 2017
Nepotism is running rampant at this company, and because of this the company is suffering. Family members are placed in high corporate positions for which they are not qualified therefore, they don't do well and are never held accountable. Instead of addressing this issue, the company has chosen to lay off its "worker bees" who actually keep the company running, in order to save money.
3 layoffs in the past 3 months suggest this company is not stable
Benefits are not very good for a company of its size.
Company is concerned about "keeping up with the Joneses" and not with obtaining true growth or stability for their employees or their patients.
This company doesn't offer ANY training to employees-which is not standard for a healthcare company of this size and nature. There is no continuing education/enrichment opportunities or investment back into employees.
Employees were brought into a room and told that everyone of them were replaceable. Now with layoffs, moral is very low. The culture is to rule through fear.
Coding Compliance Auditor - Quality Assurance (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 19, 2017
The company wanted to tout growth, but didn't want to conform to the things that would allow them to grow. Upper management wouldn't listen to suggestions to increase revenue, but were willing to cut positions due to lack of revenue.
Its okay, just go to work stay to yourself do your job and go home.
Patient Care Technician (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 6, 2016
I THINK CERTAIN MANAGERS NEED TO BE REVIEWED AGAIN. A lot of mangers they hire are not management material! They have certain Techs that they tell all there business to and favoritism. But just do your work and go home. Eventually everything will come to light.