Business Analyst (Former Employee), Lombard, IL – April 3, 2015
Pros: Benefits, Laid-back culture, Management
I enjoyed my time at Concentra. Unfortunately, my department was eventually shut down after an acquisition, but that did not tarnish my viewpoint of the company. There were good benefits (matching, work from home, etc) and the managers cared about the people they worked with. The best part of the job was the fact that advancement was so readily available for those who chose to pursue it. Co-workers were nice and professional.
Account Representative / A/R Specialist (Former Employee), Decatur, GA – March 23, 2015
Pros: room for advancement
Good/ OK place to work but can be improved. Management staff can do better with additional training. Not very good place for career advancement, middle management staff not looking to better selves as result entry level positions have very little opportunity to advance.
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Current Employee), San Antonio Texas – February 24, 2015
Pros: wonderful working areas
Cons: management doesn't respond to calls, text or emails readily
Good job for prn jobs for occupational therapy . Sometimes hours are hard to come by. Concentra is a caseload of workman.s comp cases and Tricare. All of OT's patients are for hand therapist. One hand therapist is employed at Concentra currently.
quality asseser (Current Employee), Americus GA – February 23, 2015
Pros: free lunches, longer breaks and alot of hours
Cons: short breaks and schedule changes
i learned more at work about computers and now i know how to work word and excel. i usually don't have problems at work but people love to talk and i do not talk at work i simply go to work go do what i have to do and that's it i just come to work that's it i have never gotten into a argument at work or fight i just go there to work. the hardest part about the job is keeping your self busy because this job is basically boring and its something i don't want to do any more so i want to find a better job where i am moving and where i could put my bilingual to use.
referral coordinator (Former Employee), Plano Texas – February 12, 2015
Pros: good pay
Cons: not well managed, not supervised, your on your own. people come and go like flies
At first your welcome and trained after training your told if you need more training they'll help. Not the case its all favoritism if your team dont like you or you slow them down theyll talk about you and your scores are made public. Supervisor play the role as well, instant messaging is all about the bad one. Pay was good to a point after being there a year you may get lucky with 10 cents or a quarter. Not a work place when you have music in your next cublic and 4 people gossiping around you.
Rehab Director (Current Employee), Amarillo, TX – February 9, 2015
Extremely high paced with a very heavy patient load and no help. The management is terrible and ignores the employees. The office and company has an extremely high turnover rate to it's employees which reflects the bad corporate mismanagement. Very long work days and employees are frequently required to work straight through lunch with no breaks.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Albuquerque, NM – February 8, 2015
I provide many roles and responsibilities for different disciplines and departments. My daily responsibilities consist of multitasking, meeting deadlines and assisting my Leadership Team: Operations, Medical Operations, Physical Therapy and Sales. My main responsibility is the Medical Schedule Coordinator. I've learned to be a team player. My management is my support.My co-workers are wonderful. I take great pride in getting the job done efficiently and on-time along with assisting the team for success and give 110% every day with a smile on my face!
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Sparks, NV – February 6, 2015
Maintained good customer service assisting patients in filling out their medical forms and translated for the patients and doctors when needed, answered phones, data entry, 10 key, filing and processed incoming and outgoing mail.
Front Office Administrator (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – January 29, 2015
Pros: celebrated birthdays
Cons: only center that had late work hour
Fast pace environment Patience with clients Management could be better Co workers can be useful if knowledgeable Ensuring patients are always happy with their service, although sometimes they don't like coming in for accidents, illness, broken bones, or follow ups. Meeting new people is enjoyable