a typical day at work is one filled with passion for your patients and a family oriented atmosphere most times. hardest part of the job is maintaining hours. most enjoyable part is the smiles on the faces of the patients.
IT support/Corp Help (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – December 7, 2018
Management is all over the place If there was a different manager then this would be a good work place There is too much favoritism You have to be a buddy of the IP dept supervisor to get any where in this company.
Certified Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Bedford, PA – November 29, 2018
a typical day at work I will take care of about 22 patient's. someday it was more then that. I really liked working there and I loved my patient's. The one thing I did not like was whenever I put my notice in to go down in time they ended up telling me that the company fronds on doing PRN positions. when giving the notice it was over a month in advance. other than that it was an ok place to work. I loved working with the other techs.
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 24, 2018
I have worked for this company for 12 years. This company being a dialysis unit has a very high turn over. It has had a lot of management problems and a lot of mangers that do not know what they are doing to run a dialysis unit.Patients become frustrated with the big turn over rate and this is a domino effect.
Hemodialysis Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 22, 2018
The job was good but the management was not that great. I felt that I was just pushed into the work place had 36 chairs with one LVN giving medications to all 36 patients plus give antibotics to the patients that needed antibotics their would be maybe 2 to 4 people requiring the meds. I was also in charge of the Catheter that would come in so I sometimes did not want to go to lunch because no one would help.
Having fun and getting to know patients is always a perk. Days can be exhausting but well worth it. I have developed a lot of good friendships with my co-workers, because in the dialysis field its always better when you can have a good repore with fellow staff
I love the ability to reach out to people in the company who can make changes and receive input. I certainly did not get that from the big dialysis competitor I previously worked for. I have the most supportive incredible boss I have ever had here. This is my first leadership position and have been amazed at how supportive my peers and leaders have been in investing in my success.
The clinical staff is great but the clinic is ran by the Unit Clerk.
Employee (Current Employee) – Vineland, NJ – September 28, 2018
I have worked there for over a year. The staff is great except the FA and RVP allow the Unit Clerk to run the clinic. Patients have complained and a few employees have left due to her attitude. I have never worked for a company where a unit clerk ( which is a non-management position ) was allowed to control the entire clinic
CCHT (Current Employee) – Michigan City, IN – September 24, 2018
I have highly enjoyed my clinic and staff. New facility and great patients. High energy levels and good work ethics. Follows policies (but not in an overbearing way). If I wasn't moving, I wouldn't leave!
Travel Specialist (Former Employee) – Everywhere – September 21, 2018
I enjoyed the job but it was extremely stressful. You get to meet some of the most interesting people in this line of work but I couldn't handle the traveling from clinic to clinic. I learned so much and took so much away when I left.