Certified nursing assistant, Olive Ridge (Former Employee) – Oroville, CA – November 6, 2017
I really enjoyed the job. I was very sad that it was a temporary position. I liked working with my boss and the patients. The hours were very good. I even was able to go to work as a CNA at the same place because they already new me.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – October 10, 2017
Making sure my patients are well treated , making sure they are satisfied with their appointment trying to work around their and doctors schedule as well. Making sure doctor has his upcoming patients paperwork and also making sure all documents are in order on shelf and in the computer
assistant (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – September 28, 2017
My days spent as a physical Therapy tech were very very informative. I leaned alot about how to deal with my patients and treat them. The Boss work ethic was very excellent. my major problem was it was sometimes stressful because not all the techs showed up sometimes and it put a strain on other techs to get their job done
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Millbrook, AL – June 4, 2017
Loved the customers and answering phones. But manager was very rude and wouldn't take time to train to make sure I understood everything. It got to the point where it was chaotic and I didn't know everything.
Receptionist/Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO 80525 – May 23, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed working with the owner/PT and assisting in therapies as well as keeping the treatment rooms and reception area tidy and clean, including rest rooms and properly folded sheets and towels.
I also enjoyed working the front desk and getting to know the patients and their personal needs regarding their therapy.
As a tech, we are expected to help therapist with patients from the ICU's to PCU's, Fracture care, transplant and so on. We help about 8 to 12 therapist a day, for about an hour with each therapist. We see about 16-26 patients a day (a therapist tries to see a minimum of 2 patients an hour). I also help in the wound care, lymphedema as well, since they fall under physical therapy. This is a very physical labored type of job, but a rewarding one at that. Therapist become your teachers, mentors, and guides. Hospital is definitely the best workplace environment.
Shadowing (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – March 20, 2017
While shadowing under physical therapists, I gained a lot of knowledge on what this occupation actually entails. Throughout each exercise the physical therapist explained the patients injury and how the certain exercises prescribed helped the injury. This shadowing opportunity helped reassure me that I wanted to be a physical therapist.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Vrancea County Hospital Rheumatology Clinic – March 10, 2017
A typical day of work was treating patients with different kinds of rehabilitation problems based on the doctor prescriptions. I learned that people are different and the treatment needs to be adjust to each person . The management was overall good but they needed to do more to meet the patients needs . The hardest part of the job was when we needed to treat patients and we didn't had the necessary equipment and medication . The most enjoyable part of the job was that I worked with a very good health team and we had a positive outcome.
A very rewarding profession in which you have the opportunity to work with populations of all ages and characters. Compassion and willingness to help others are critical for success in this profession.
Internship (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 12, 2016
Directly assisted the therapist by observing patients prescribed exercise routines Monitored patients on machines and monitors while receiving or participating in therapy Assisted patients with stretching and training techniques ensuring proper form Helped manage laundry, cleaning and organizing paperwork for patients
Internship at Neshaminy Manor (Former Employee) – Warrington, PA 18976 – September 7, 2016
Typical day consisted of shadowing and aiding my CI in evaluation, treatment, daily documentations and discharging patients. Learned how to provide skilled care with compassion. Management was wonderful and very helpful always looking to help students/employee growth. Coworkers were friendly as well as, helpful. The hardest part of the job was leaving all the wonderful friends i made during my time there. I enjoyed my experience there and i am look forward to being in an environment similar to that of Neshaminy Mannor LTC.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST (Former Employee) – Murrieta, CA – July 19, 2016
Good place to work in terms of patient care, one-on-one services, well trained support staff, and steady patient load. In-clinic management very team oriented, however, overall management lacking in execution and experience. Good, easy to work with co-workers. Most enjoyable part of job was working with the patients.
free lunches 3x/week, one-on-one approach with patient care
Athletic Trainer (Current Employee) – South Orange County Orthopaedics – May 31, 2016
I instruct and correct patients on proper therapeutic exercises and stretching techniques. Perform manual stretching, athletic taping, and modalities including electrical stimulation, ultrasound and soft tissue mobilization.