Its nice that it is a corporate company, therefore it has a structural layout for work. BUT, upper management doesn't really care for non-physical therapist personnel. If you're a therapist, you will be babied here, its great. If you're a office worker, eh, good luck somewhere else, unless you want to get a little of experience under your belt. For myself, I have almost 10 years of medical experience, and my skills are not used, I haven't learned anything, and there is no advancement at all for FOCs. Insurance is expensive, but other than that they offer pretty good benefits.