Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Arlington, TX – October 15, 2014
Each day was like the one before it. I learned specifics of rehabilitation, physical and mental. Management seemed detached from the workers. My coworkers were awesome. The hardest part of the job was the physical demands.The most enjoyable part of the job was the comrade re among the workforce.
I have worked PRN for this company and I have to say that it is by far my least favorite company to work for. I have been there a while now and still to this date i have not been trained on the latest documentation method that they all use but rather they have me document every thing hand written on paper the old school way. I do not feel appreciated – more... and there is way too much drama going on within. – less
I ve never met a more commited Therapy staff than this group of women. Our patients were our top priority.
PRN (Former Employee), Washington, mo – September 10, 2014
It was fun going to work in the morning. Everyone went the extra mile for each other including the nursing staff. Unfortunately , the company lost the contract with the nursing home and was unable to place most of us in another location.
Director of Rehabilitation (Former Employee), TX – August 8, 2014
Cons: no support, all about $$$
Worked for them for 10 years, watched it hit rock bottom. Used to be a terrific company, now it's all about $$$$$. I understand it's a business, but you have to have empathy for your employees, which they do not.
Speech and Language Pathologist (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 2, 2014
In a profession in which every single day involves many challenges, whether it be with a patient or with nursing or with an unreasonable family member, support is essential to maintain your sanity. in my 5 years at RehabCare I have had the opportunity to work with many wonderful therapists and be lead by a variety of managers with very unique management – more... styles. Overall, I have had a fulfilling and stimulating professional life as part of the rehab team. – less
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – July 18, 2014
Cons: a lot of driving
I worked in a Home Health in which I was responsible for educating patients and family members to safely assist with all Activities of Daily Living. My co-workers were very friendly and we meet on a bi-wwekly basis for case conferences and employee training classes.The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility I had with my schedule.
Occupational Therapist (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – July 17, 2014
Pros: free parking
Cons: no paid holidays off, horrible rehab manager, unprofessional work environment
Basically the management ruined this facility and created a horrible work environment. Majority of co-workers were unprofessional due to the lack of leadership and management. Therapists are not respected and work productivity standards are unrealistic.
Program Director (Former Employee), Niles, MI – July 3, 2014
As part of the Rehabcare team, I was responsible for scheduling, payroll, directing team meetings, reporting progress to SNF staff members, communicate with physicians and nurses on regular basis to optimize care for each patient in Rehab, manage Medicare minutes, give tours of facility for potential residents and family members. This was a very schedule – more... oriented position and required being well organized to keep department productive and positive for patients and all who visited. – less
Atypical day consists of treating approx. 10-12 patients in a SNF for a variety medical diagnosis. I enjoy working with the geriatric population, and have done so for several years. You must be talented in areas of communication, as well as a team player to make it successfully in this environment.