Mission: At NxStage, we are on a mission to transform renal care. To do that, we continually seek the best-of-the-best to expand and improve our team of dedicated, innovative professionals. If you share our mission and are committed to improving the lives of renal patients, then we ...
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NxStage is more than just a company; we are leading the renal revolution. By our own design, we’re at the leading edge of a movement to transform renal care. To make it simpler. To make it portable. To expand treatment options for clinicians by overcoming traditional barriers. To enhance patient freedom and fulfillment.
With significant breakthroughs already behind us - and others in the pipeline - NxStage is finding itself at the forefront of dramatically improved renal care, thanks to innovative yet simple therapeutic solutions that benefit patients, caregivers, and society.
Our approach – and success – is inspiring patients and providers.
We’re not working alone. Part of our success has come through working closely with customers, patients, industry partners, and government leaders and agencies to realize the vision of better, simpler, more accessible renal care.
Our ultimate purpose is to improve the lives of renal patients, and our approach is already resulting in changed lives and industry improvements. Together, we’re changing traditional perceptions of how renal care can be delivered.
NxStage innovations are expanding and improving treatment options – and giving patients and caregivers the ease and flexibility to perform treatment when they want,where they want, and how they want.
We found the future of renal care because we looked for it.
Thanks to forward-thinking care partners, patients, and NxStage inventors and engineers, a new era has arrived. This is great news for the estimated 2 million people around the world suffering from chronic kidney failure, or End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) including 571,414 in the U.S.1
It’s also good news for the hundreds of thousands of patients every year in the U.S. who suffer from acute kidney failure due to surgery, trauma, poisoning, or other emergent health situations.
Here at NxStage we're on a mission: a mission to transform renal care! To do that successfully we are continually seeking out the best-of-the-best to build on our team of dedicated professionals. If you share in our mission to transform renal care, are passionate about people, and committed to improving the lives of patients needing lifesaving chronic and critical care renal therapies, then we invite you to explore a career at NxStage.
At NxStage employees are our most important asset, therefore we have teamed up with the best insurance providers, financial institutions, and more to bring you a comprehensive benefits package that fits your lifestyle.
In addition to a stimulating work environment and the opportunity to make a difference, NxStage offers a competitive benefits package to help you take care of yourself and your family.
I worked at NxStage full-time (More than a year)
Excellent company culture, laid back atmosphere, meaningful work
Too much paperwork, occasionally frustrating equipment issues
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at NxStage (Lawrence, MA) in April 2017.
I was approached by one of their recruiters and after multiple phone conversations, I agreed to come onsite for an interview. The process was long and tedious, but about the same length as other interviews I've had in New England. I met with 3 people over the course of 4 hours. Everyone seemed excited to meet me and all voiced the opinion that I was a perfect fit for the role. They asked me to come back and meet the head of the department the following week. I came back for another round of long, tedious interviews, meeting the head of the department, and then meeting with everyone I'd already interviewed with previously plus someone who'd been out the week before. All were positive again. The head of the department told me he wanted me for the position and that he was just waiting for one of the recruiters to draw everything up. They told me I would hear from them the next day or the next week at the latest. I never heard from them again-- not even a follow-up explaining that I didn't get the job. Very misleading and unprofessional.