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DaVita Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at DaVita Inc.?

Dialysis Technician in York:
Pros: My patients are my favorite. Each patient you get to build a friendship with and know all about them and their families, hobbies and interests. Also the teaching and education to the patients and family to help support their lifestyle.
Cons: Massive disorganization , no accountability, no solved issues or concerns of issues that have been voiced. It’s uncontrolled chaos that does not have to exist if we had a leader that would listen and give opportunities that are being said to do a trial basis of ideas that have been expressed to see if we can improve quality care, including staff and the quality of our work environment to be a positive and rewarding. Including having uniformity, communication, and a platform for voicing concerns, positive and productive initiatives and a place that you feel valued and part of a team. I cannot say Davita as a whole is like this. However my region is.
Its awesome.
Patient Care Technician in Medford:
Pros: I get to help patients with end stage renal failure. I get to help them maintain as long as they can.
Cons: n/a
Revenue Cycle Specialist in Nashville:
The culture is what stands out the most about DaVita. Lots of engagement activities and fun things to be involved in. However the pay for health information Management is not competitive and lower than state averages even based on experience.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in North Haledon:
The support and help I get from my coworkers and the facility administrator is great! Teamwork is practiced in my facility. Satisfaction from helping patients is another story. I feel that it is non-existent. I feel like a worker in a factory assembly line: get the job done and fast.
Can be a little overwhelming because of the patients that have other hardships along with their medical issues.
Licensed Social Worker in Plainfield:
Pros: Having conversation with most of my older patients.
Cons: The nurses can sometimes appear to be rude or short with patients who may have questions.
I received excellent review in my performance.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Hercules:
Pros: Being appreciated by physicians, coworkers and patients.
Cons: Favoritisms
Depending on your region and managers, job satisfaction can vary significantly.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Whitsett:
Pros: The patients are the only reason I stay; I've built relationships with them, and they deserve good, knowledgeable staff. Concerning the company there are good benefits. Education reimbursement, opportunities to attend conferences.
Cons: I had a good team, and then once they discovered they were being grossly underpaid, everyone left. There is so much unexplained variation in pay, it feels unfair, and biased. The RODs and above constantly lie, they only care about money, and not the patients. They are always short staffed l, and will require long term coverage of other clinics; they don't care out the employees' health and work life balance. Very high nurse:patient ratios, and frequently over the already high ratio, as they are constantly short staffed.


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