Our success stories

Over 300,000 employees around the world. A lot of different success stories.

In our eyes, being successful does not mean focusing exclusively on your career. It means using expertise, innovative thinking and experience to make a valuable contribution to improving patients’ quality of life around the world. In other words, making sure your career has a purpose.

What does this lead to? Many valuable personal moments and successes among the Fresenius employees who are the key to our corporate success. Click on the quotes below and read more about the success stories which have taken place at our corporate group.

When I see how progress becomes apparent during the course of treating individual patients, it makes me feel very proud.

Mario Agustin Capurro, director of Middle East projects, Fresenius Medical Care

In my university studies, I learned that you should always stay curious and open if you want to be creative.

Harald Peter, director of engineering, Fresenius Medical Care

A defining moment of my career was seeing the major SAP transition project through to an outstanding conclusion despite all of the challenges.

Martina Lutterschmied, authorized signatory at VAMED-KMB, managing director of the Therme Wien thermal spa in Vienna, Fresenius

The international character of VAMED is something I really enjoy.

Dr. Irene Mörtl, deputy head of HR, Fresenius Vamed

The idea that I would eventually be working with so many facts, figures and international standards was not something I could have predicted at the beginning of my career. Actually, I started out as a trained chef and waiter.

Mag. (FH) Thomas Hehle Controller at Vamed AG, Vienna

I appreciate the company perks you get at Fresenius: They give me a laptop, so I can also work from home.

Chi Wan Yuen, SAP Consultant SD/e-Business, Fresenius Netcare, Bad Homburg

As a departmental head, I spend most of my time in the office. But many of my staff take the opportunity to telecommute.

Sabine Zöllner, Director of Sales Processes & Applications, Fresenius Netcare, Bad Homburg, Germany

I like going to work – and that’s probably not something everyone can claim.

Dr. Maike Brokat, physician of pneumology, Klinikum Emil von Behring, Fresenius Helios

On my first day at Fresenius Netcare in Chicago, my colleagues made me feel very welcome. I believe in Steve Jobs’ motto: "Stay hungry, stay foolish!"

Philipp Schodl, MA student in management, communication & IT, Management Center Innsbruck