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

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Sacramento:
Pros: My immediate supervisor and the actual work with patients I get to do
Cons: Management above my boss are not in touch Reg workload and not appreciative of experience and advanced degrees. Being asked to push political agenda on my patients
I feel like I make a difference but I am not appreciated.
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician in Augusta:
Pros: Paid time off vacation time off
Cons: There is no teamwork and no communication between employees and employers
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Twin Falls:
Loved the people I worked with and the patients. Hours were brutal. I can't work 13-15 hrs in one day sorry. Pay was decent, education was great. If the hours were better would probably still be working there.
It’s very stressful and challenging but it’s rewarding, because you are helping someone save their lives.
Patient Care Technician in Houston:
Pros: You learn different things everyday and the work is different
Cons: Very stressful
Patient care.
Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician in Charlotte:
Pros: I love this bounds you create with everyone there you really meet some incredible people
Cons: It care and often does become highly stressful and it can break you down
Good Company with lots of job growth and opportunities.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Huntington:
Pros: Patient care, autonomy
Cons: Short staffed most of the time. Hiring new staff at higher wages than current staff.
Great play to work.
Dialysis Registered Nurse (RN) in Jackson:
Pros: I enjoy the relationships with the patients and my coworkers. Overall a fun place to work. It’s hard work but mostly good hours, lots of PTO, and plenty of opportunity for overtime.
Cons: Waking up early.