Bad experiences with them as a therapist. Those IPods to check in and out of the tx sessions frequently froze. Are they really necessary besides keeping us therapists busy with something else? They are the only place that has this. Nurses and therapists did not get along well and new therapists like us got caught in the middle. Unless I hear that they change your policies, care more about the patients, and how they treat their therapists, then I may consider giving them another chance or make recommendations to work there.
Financially driven, no empathy for clients or employees
Answered - Physical Therapist Assistant (Former Employee) - Parkers Prairie, MN
Large disconnect between management and therapists. They couldn't care less about what you do with patients as long as you see them for scheudled minutes and have 85% productivity. They harass you about productivity.
Answered - OTR (Former Employee) - Myerstown, PA
You will use iPads to check in/out for tx visit each px. Employees like co workers are nice to work with but everyone is so busy u can barely talk to your coworkers since company is more micromanaging.
Answered - Therapist (Former Employee) - Fontana, CA
You will use iPads to check in.out for tx visit each px. Employees like co workers are nice to work with but everyone is so busy u can barely talk to your coworkers since company is more micromanaging.
Answered - Physical Therapist (Former Employee) - Fontana, CA
Stressful, money oriented only.
Focus on patient care and family environment
Answered - Rehab Director (Former Employee) - Hometown, PA
Stressful, micro managed and bad experience. Also, the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. Mass confusion and chaos. Company does not respect their employees.
Answered - COTA (Former Employee) - California
Stressful to say the less
Stressful, demeaning, unrealistic.