LPN (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 2, 2017
Interesting hospital experience. Most patients have recovered from a near-fatal experience, come to RHI to relearn life skills. The rehab staff is excellent, and do an excellent job getting patients back to an independent level.
Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 27, 2017
This company has the potential to be a great place to work. Unfortunately, upper management makes unwise decisions, does not listen to staff that actually are responsible for the decisions they make and have no accountability. Responsibility for failures are pushed onto the managers, who have no control over the decisions made by upper management. CEO only wants to hear positive things - not things that concern employees, problems with management or other issues employees may have.
Great vision, great employees, wonderful work
Awful management, no room for career advancement, stressful work conditions
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 22, 2017
I would recommend someone to work there, you get to experience all the miracles that happens on the daily basis and they have a great therapy team as well as knowledgeable workers who enjoy their job.There is no hard part about the job everyone works as a team. It was a pleasure and honor to work there.
Everyone treat you as family from co workers to CEO and COO
very unprofessional work enviornemt, new employees are not welcome.
NRT (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 4, 2016
wouldn't be a bad place of employment if they get a few bad apples out the bunch. I noticed a lot of childish behavior. a lot of gossiping and backstabbing. not much of the professional hospital you think your going to work at.
Fun events by management and I learned a lot during my internship.
Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 28, 2015
I worked here for an unpaid internship over the summer filling out basic journal entries and doing small projects for management. The management team was very nice to me and allowed me plenty of space to work and learn. The environment was good as management had many fun events for their employees, however, besides these events it seemed like everyone kept to themselves and only interacted when someone needed something. Overall, I enjoyed my time at RHI.
Space and time to work, fun events, able to choose break times
Little interaction with management, bad system of organization
Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 27, 2015
My internship experience with this organization was excellent. The Health Information Service personal was very helpful with my capstone project. I had to opportunity to interview some department managers about their role and responsibilities.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 16, 2014
The Administration is very good, trying their best at creating a team work environment. It's just that the Nurses you work with are not nice at all, mostly this is a "eat your young" type of environment. The CNAs do what they like, without much consideration to authority. This is the first and only workplace I have worked that has so much hostility. There are constant meetings and surveys on "working conditions improvement", which let's me know the administration are aware of what a big problem this is. The job is also very labor intensive with RNs providing showers, lifting a lot, changing adult briefs on top of all the Nursing work you already have to do. I currently work at RHI, but I am currently serving out my two weeks notice and leaving to join another company. I would not recommend RHI to any person based on my experience. I would recommend Walmart before RHI.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 2, 2014
Heavy lifting. Carefully monitor patients for their safety. Interesting working with Traumatic Brain Injury patients. You learn to love them where they are. Management, back in 2004, not the best. Co-workers depending on shift, they either eat their young, or are supportive.
Getting time to be familiar with patients and families