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What is it like working at Fresenius Medical Care Holdings, Inc.?

Overworked and underpaid.
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician in Millsboro:
Pros: The patients.
Cons: The company, the management, the lack of pt and care for employees. The understaffing and overworking. No bonuses or advancements.
Amazing, most days.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in San Antonio:
Pros: There are times that work is stressful, especially when they are trying to reduce the TAP, which is usually breathing down the necks of employees. you almost feel inadequately staffed although according to state regulations you are not.
Cons: I love being able to build relationships with my patients and not just having them come in and out as if they were in a hospital. You get to really know and impact people daily. They are totally dependent on you!
More responsibility’s than other people in our field and less pay but better perks and benefits and flexible schedule.
Biomedical Technician in Martinsville:
Pros: Flexible schedules
Cons: Pay
Registered Dietitian in Chicago:
I love my job and my patients. I love that Dietitians are an important part of the team. During this COVID-19 crisis it has been very clear that money comes before people. My Clinic Manager is great but the upper management is very poor.
Chronic fatigue and stress during the increased push towards home therapy patients & poor selection of patients.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Meeker:
Pros: Clinical patient care & education in training them in dialysis.
Cons: Poor management techniques, mounds of redundancy with documentation
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Danville:
Enjoy the patients, other employees as a whole. I enjoy working as a nurse the pride of a good job well done!! I enjoy and work with attitude of patients first professional working!! I am glad to report to work and glad to leave. I Thank that a Great balance. My pay after 15 or 16 years is not where it should be that's my opinion. I have not reached max pay which is 25 yet!! I desire pay raise in spite of raise received in March. Thank you for the opportunity to express myself.
It's ok, but corporatee initiatives are very time consuming and take away from quality patient care.
Clinical Dietitian in Peoria:
Pros: I really get to know my patients.
Cons: Corporate initiatives.