rewarding and fun workplace with a large interpersonal component
Physical Therapy Aide (Current Employee), New York, NY – July 8, 2015
As a PT Aide the primiary job responsibilities consist of asisting the Physical Therapists with patient care and faclilty maintenance. The job is rewarding in a sense that you get to work towards helping patients improve their quality of life and make meaningful relationships at the same time.
Therapist Technician (Former Employee), Upland, CA – July 8, 2015
Pros: New faces every day.
Cons: Compensation was not enough.
I never had a dull moment when i was at work. Always busy and you learn something new everyday. The hardest part of the job was all the medical terminology. The most enjoyable part of the job was the rewarding aspect of seeing some one go from not being able to use there hands, to playing baseball again.
Efficiently operated business with a friendly atmosphere.
Electronic Health Record Specialist - Externship (Former Employee), North Charleston, SC – March 10, 2015
The team that has been assembled works very well together and the relationship between employees and management is surprisingly healthy. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to interact with so many different patients on a daily basis and getting to know them a little better each time that they visit. I feel that the worst part of the job is seeing patients that benefit greatly from the services they are provided but then are denied treatment extensions from their insurance companies or workers compensation organizations.
Head Therapist (Current Employee), Lake Ronkonkoma, NY – March 19, 2014
I currently work at Premier Physical Therapy as a part time therapist. I usually treat two to three patients an hour and occasionally four an hour. The office is very professional and a pleasant place to work. The best part of my job is being able to make a difference in patients lives by helping them return to their previous level of function.
Exercise Physiologist (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 11, 2014
Premier is a fast past environment that is managed quite well. The patients come in waves and that keeps us employees on our toes. We all work together in a team manner. Hardest part of the job is convincing the patients that physical activity is good for their injury or condition.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Springfield, IL – April 24, 2013
Pros: free lunches from drug reps
I loved working at Premiere, the days were busy and fast paced. I learned alot about insurance coverages and exercises that can help you with day to day aches and pains. The management was awesome very family oriented and always made the office fun to work in. My co workers were the best we all became great friends very quickly. The hardest part of the job was making sure patients were scheduled for revisits without over booking.But the pros of working with great doctors and PT's made it easy!
Student Intern (Former Employee), Westerly, RI – March 31, 2013
Everyone that works at Premier Physical Therapy has a great attitude. Everyone knows their job and what needs to be done to keep the clinic flowing smoothly. Overall during my internship I enjoyed myself thoroughly and would love to work at this location in the future.
Billing Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 6, 2013
Pros: excellent salary and benefits. freedom to modify work hours.
Cons: difficulty obtaining management response for important issues.
Posted all charges and payments on daily basis. Appealed all incorrect insurance rejections promptly. Resubmitted incorrectly submitted claims. Reviewed A/R on a monthly basis. Supervised billing staff of 3 co-workers. Learned CPT codes for physical therapy and Durable Medical Equipment.