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enjoyable teamwork setting while allowing me to help patients/people
Receptionist/Billing and Collections (Current Employee), Aurora, OHMarch 12, 2014
Pros: helping people
Cons: unable to work full time required hours
*working with patients... greeting and signing them in, taking calls, making appoitments, calling insurance companies to verify benefits, faxing documents, and emailing.
* I learned about medical codes, medical billing, and about backgrounds of health insurances.
*my manager was easy to work with and allowed employees to balance their family life needs – more... and work needs as well.
*not being able to work and talk with the patients as much as i would have liked to due having to fullfill front office needs.
*working with our patients and being a part of their recoverys. – less
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Very productive and helped others.
Office Manager/Receptionist/Physical Therapy Tech (Former Employee), Mount Sterling, KYMarch 10, 2014
Pros: assisted others in need, multi-tasking
Cons: very busy, over 100 patients daily
While working for Drayer Physical Therapy, I was responsible for and asked to perform the following: Patient check in and checkout, insurance registration, file, update, and maintain patient charts, Medicaid and Medicare filing, Certified with OSHA, Current CPR certification, Forwarding patient information, and general office work.

As a physical therapy – more... technician, I worked closely with therapist, ensuring initial patient examination and preparing patient for therapist. I was responsible for making sure that the patient and I were both in a clean environment. I was responsible for keeping the patient rooms sanitized to meet all specifications. I learned exercise codes for specific injuries and also assisted patients with their specific regimens. I also assisted in cleaning and dressing all post-surgical wounds. – less
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Physical Therapist Assistant Clinical Rotation
Physical Therapist Assistant Clinical Rotation (Former Employee), Altoona, PAOctober 27, 2013
• Facilitated outpatient physical therapy care for various age groups diagnosed with musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular, and cardiac conditions
• Implemented patient treatment plans to meet predetermined goals derived from the interpretation of the physical therapist’s assessments of patients
• Effectively developed professional relationships with – more... patients, and patients’ family members, by utilizing excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Instructed patients in the safe and effective use of pulleys, free weights, weight machines, and other equipment
• Skilled in assisting patients on muscle re-education; gait, ADL, and functional training
• Experienced in therapeutic massage and physical agent application, including ultrasound machines, electrical stimulation, and thermal modalities
• Complied with appropriate laws and regulations in the accurate and timely completion of patient SOAP note documentation and associated medical billing
• Exposure to sports rehabilitation, edema control, whirlpool, hydrotherapy, and fluidotherapy – less
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Physical Therapy Technician
Physical Therapy Technician (Former Employee), Dillsburg, PAAugust 2, 2013
Pros: free care, and use of the equipment.
Cons: although you get 1 hour for lunch, it was rare that you got the whole hour. most of the time it was 20 to 40 mins.
Making sure that the patients do their exercises properly.

Assisting the Physical Therapist with getting their patients ready for them to work on.

My co-workers were awesome.

It's hardest when you had too many people scheduled, and under staffed.

I loved working with the staff and the patients, I loved seeing people succeed and get better.
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Enjoyable place to work
Physical Therapy Intern (Former Employee), Milford, PAJuly 22, 2013
As an intern, management was very open and willing to show me many techniques that will be helpful and required to know once I attend Physical Therapy School.
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Great learning experience
Internship (Former Employee), Lexington, KYJune 22, 2013
Great employees with a great learning experience. Great for anoyone who is planning on becoming a PT.
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One of most wonderful Jobs I have ever had.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Drayer at Barberton OHFebruary 16, 2012
Pros: great health, dental, life, and disability insurance, 401k. really believes god, family, work concept.
Cons: healthcare, leave on time, lots of changes
I believe Drayer is a company who really does care about their patients. I also think the Drayer concept is the right one. I wish with all my heart I still worked there.

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