HIM Technician/Coder (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – December 30, 2017
I enjoyed the opportunity to learn the basics of coding. The people were nice and my trainer went above and beyond in training me. It would have been nice if I could have been trained in Danvers rather than driving to Woburn.
Challenging at times but overall nice place to work
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee) – Framingham, MA – July 11, 2017
A typical day at work is all about returning patients back to health. You learn new and better techniques daily as we work as a team toget the best out of our patients. We all work well together which is very important and makes the patients have confidence in what we do. The hardest part of the job is making sure we treat all our patients with dignity and respect at all times. The best part of the job is making someone healthy and back to where they were before they had an injury.
Good benefits, good working environment, nice people to work with
Speech Language Pathologist (Former Employee) – Exeter, NH – February 2, 2017
NERH is a place where I expanded my therapy skills. Days can be long and very busy. Ability to perform MBS and scopes on site. Workplace culture was pleasant, and therapist seemed very knowledgeable in their field. Provide a therapeutic dining room to patients who have swallowing needs - which is a wonderful area to co-treat with other therapist, as well as allow the patients to socialize, and not be committed to bedside feedings 1:1 with SLPs.
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – January 23, 2017
There was a lot of chaos and confusion when owned by Reliant. They seem to be back on track in a positive way now that they are owned by HealthSouth. Management, hours, and experience are great. Pay is midrange.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – November 10, 2015
Fast paced friendly environment to work in. Co-workers are helpful and professional. The hardest part of the job is staffing during holidays. The most enjoyable part of job are the people you are working with.
Receptionist/Admitting (Current Employee) – Woburn, MA – October 19, 2015
I have been working at NERH for about a year the work place is great and the care for patients here is outstanding. I am the Receptionist/Admitting I also help the Director of Marketing, Charge Entries for OT/PT. It is a great experience and I love to work with people .
speech language pathologist (Former Employee) – Portland, ME – November 3, 2014
many interesting professionals, very inspiring, mostly young. good interaction with doctors and other departments. Nurses very snippy but that's typical. I was scheduled for a few hours weekly in outpatient but often had 2 hours between sessions with nobody to see.
Intern (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – April 16, 2014
Rehab staff cared about helping their patients, high paced sometimes hectic outpatient environment. Hardest part of the job was treating multiple patients at the same time during my first clinical internship.
Patient Sitter (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – March 4, 2014
While working at New England Rehabilitation Hospital, I supervised patients in the Brain Injury rehabilitation program that were considered a safety risk. My responsibilities included observing and recording patient's behaviors and redirecting them in times of distress. I found working with patients suffering from brain injuries to be incredibly educational and rewarding. Considering my interest in neuropsychology, working at the hospital taught me firsthand behaviors patients exhibit. I loved the nursing staff that I worked with. They were very supportive and helpful when I had any doubts or questions. The most enjoyable part of the job was watching the patients improve through their rehabilitation process.
Rewarding experience, working with professional nursing staff
Charge Nurse (Current Employee) – Woburn, MA – November 19, 2013
I couldn't say a bad thing about the way that I have been treated since I came to NERH. From a management perspective, I have felt supported, and have been treated with respect. This, I think, says a tremendous amount. The staff on the floor is supportive, and helpful to one another. Its hard to say anything bad about this place, really. The patients get excellent care, the therapy is excellent, and the medical staff is really good to work with.
Food Aid (Current Employee) – Woburn, MA – September 30, 2013
Serve visitors in cafe or work on the register. Work on a serving line in the kitchen with different positions for the patient line. Participate in dishroom breakdown of return carts after mealtimes. Continue to clean kitchen and keep workstations stocked at all times. Visit floor kitchens for restock and cleaning.
only one break for lunch with constant physical activity