Renal Associates of Baton Rouge, LLC
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on November 3, 2019
Great benefits! Management needs work on communication, but coworkers are team oriented and amazing. I loved working there, but had to relocate. Strongly recommend.
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA in Baton Rouge, LA
on October 14, 2022
Renal was overall a great place to work . Job is flexible for students and parents . Providers and coworkers were nice and easy to bond with. I made several friendships in that place. However over time , both clinic and front office had a high turnover rate. Management would always pick me to pick up the slack in area's needed in addition to me doing my own work. I become overwhelmed, and over looked . I felt unappreciated. I eventually became unhappy. The pay could be better , especially if you're cross trained. I was introduced to new things and new work tasks which prevented me to be productive in my own work. By the time hp came abd was trained it was too late for me . Renal need to look into their management team and listen to their employees concerns without always saying no or "don't sweat it" which is what my manager told me when I said I needed help because I was drowning in work. If toure desperate or a new graduate this may be the place for you. Otherwise, RUN!
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) in Baton Rouge, LA
on July 12, 2022
I went into the job with a positive outlook and made some really good friends. This was the the worst job I have ever worked. Management is horrible and messy and they show lots of favoritism. I worked there for a year and started seeing its a very toxic work environment and I hated getting up to go to work the last 6 months I was there. Management fussed and bickered with the people in the lab to where they hated coming there and they were not even Renal employees. She also stayed in the IT office stalking employees on camera to see how ling they are in the restroom, etc. After I gave my resignation notice, the manager treated me like I wasnt an employee there. Every job have their clicks but this facility made it obvious that it is very dysfunctional and no team work unless it took an act of congress. If you are desperate for a job, this is the one. If not, dont do it.
Medical Front Office Assistant in Baton Rouge, LA
on May 10, 2021
Love the job it can get hectic on some days if lab is running behind and we are seeing 188 patients in that day, The phone is pretty much a constant ringer. The check in process is quick doesn't feel like we see a large number of people they phones are what make it noticeable.
Staff Nurse in Baton Rouge, LA
on January 28, 2021
I was a staff nurse at Renal for over 13 years. I would still be there if we had not moved. If you want to learn, this is THE place to do it. The doctors and nurse practitioners are super nice, caring and willing to help you understand about the patients and diseases. The nurses and CMAs are some of the best I have ever worked with anywhere! My initial orientation was thorough, and it has been improved over the years. You will work hard. It is a very busy office, but the day goes by quick. The nurses and CMAs back each other up and pitch in to help if someone gets behind in something. When COVID-19 started, I never felt uneasy going to work and was provided with appropriate PPE. Management is helpful as well. There is an “open door” policy if you have questions, issues, etc. I never had a problem going to my direct manager or clinic administrator with big or small issues. Prior to COVID-19, the office hosted two educational dinner seminars at local restaurants, a holiday party in December, and a crawfish boil in the spring every year. The holiday party and crawfish boil were held on Friday afternoons and you are paid while there. There are also different fun things at the office throughout the year – “jeans day”, “football jersey day”, pumpkin decorating contest, etc. I was encouraged to further my education and felt supported doing it. The departments work well together, and it is truly a team environment! If you have the chance to interview with them, do it!

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How can we work together to help you be a great asset to our company? My response training team building and communicating among our team.That failed the first 6 mo.

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