Pros: rehab staff with excelent skills and compassion.
Cons: benefits package expensive. mngt not adequately available-also, 4 new rehab mngrs. in 6 months.
Wonderful co-workers with excellent skills and passion for their work.
I was the primary PT @ the SNF but other PT's and/or PTA's also worked there, daily, too. Management supervised 3 other SNF's, so I had limited access to Mngt. Typically, I got my schedule, oriented PT's/PTA's to their schedules, treated Pt's, attended meetings &/or home evals prn, and did PT notes. The hardest part of the job was dealing with 13 different PT's/PTA's the1st 3 months. The best part of the job was patient care-esp. seeing pt's regain their function. I learned to supervise many people in a short time. (I hadn't been told I would be the primary PT @ the SNF!)