CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Toms River, NJ – February 5, 2016
Very hard place to work . MANAGEMENT was very hard to please. CO works where not very helpful . my clients are the reason i went to work . i love helping people . i assisted in daily care ,showers ,undressing and putting to bed my clients .
Nurse (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – January 27, 2016
If you don't suck up to upper management, you won't get very far. They will quickly throw their long time employees under the bus if it makes them look better. With one hand,they throw all of these "perks " in your face, all while holding a proverbial knife behind their back. And the morals of the " higher ups" are questionable. I would not work there again.
it was disappointing to feel as if your were moving people through like cattle because they are a census driven hospital. There's a lotos convincing to get a person into rehab and even once you've exhausted all recources, it was not good enough if a person didn't admit or choose us
The pay and benefits are wonderful but the work culture is less than desirable. Management is supportive but the other staff is not. The average work load is also way too high on most days. It is a physically demanding job and you will hurt when you leave for the day.
Short staffed, heavy workload, physically demanding, poor culture
Level I Fieldwork Student (Former Employee) – City of Sunrise, FL – December 14, 2015
"HealthSouth is one of the nation’s largest providers of post-acute healthcare services and through the acquisition of Encompass Home Health and Hospice, an industry leader in home-based patient care. Our priority is to deliver high quality patient care and our team of experts has extensive experience in today’s most advanced therapeutic methods and technologies. HealthSouth leads the way, consistently outperforming peers with a unique, intensive approach to rehabilitation, returning patients to full strength in less than average time. At HealthSouth we continually strive for excellence in all that we do, partnering with every patient to find a treatment plan that works for them."
Rehab Aide (Former Employee) – Petersburg, VA – December 7, 2015
If somone would have told me about the company a year ago, I would never can here the CNOand CEO has no clue of how to treat the employee less compassion for there staff, staff turnover very high, paid is low consisting the amount of work you do.If you are a Rehab tech you might receive more patient then you can handle, Its like working in a nursing home not a Rehab. The name should be Hellsouth not Healthsouth
Being to hel patients and nice hardworking co-workers
Volitile place to work. Very HIGH turn over. Poisonous management.
staff (Former Employee) – alexandria – October 12, 2015
Upper management of hospital and company are poisonous to a positive work environment. Constantly pitting one employee against another. Secretly and deliberately creating scenarios to discredit employees and then fire them. MANY personality conflicts between management and employees. Severely understaffed often. Census stayed very low for extended periods of time, employees were often called off and would eventually quit to find a more stable work environment.
Good food in the cafeteria. Building smelled clean.
The best company I have worked for in my whole career.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 5, 2015
HealthSouth is one of the top Rehabilitation hospitals in the United States and Puerto Rico. Their work ethic and dignity is top notch. I enjoy waking up and going to work everyday. I have the best managers and bosses that I have ever had the pleasure of working for here at HealthSouth. I work with 150 people on a daily basis and know each by name and have a great working relationship with each one. The most enjoyable part of my day is knowing that any person can come to me and have the confidence to know I will help them.
I have the greatest boss in the world.
It is here in Alabama. I am ready to move back to Connecticut.
Confidential (Former Employee) – Sunrise, FL – September 19, 2015
Dedicated group of individuals that work at Healthsouth Sunrise Rehabilitation in Sunrise Florida. The work can be very challenging and at times, extremely stressful.environment. However, it can be very rewarding seeing patients progressing from admissions to discharge.
Nurse (Current Employee) – Toms River, NJ – September 4, 2015
Frequent short staffing, up to 10/11 patients per nurse on some days. When staffing is good, nurses are sent home (flexed) to save the company money. Patient and staff safety is clearly not a priority. Nurses and aides are constantly asked to sign up for overtime because there is not enough staff-where is the work/life balance? Very low morale. Everyone is miserable. The pay and benefits are okay but not worth what you have to put up with.
Some great staff members who are really trying their best
Data auditor (Former Employee) – Creve Coeur, MO – September 3, 2015
I worked evenings here for a few years. I enjoyed my coworkers. We were allowed to listen to headphones during work, so that made the evening go by faster. We also had flexible hours during a certain shift.