Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Florida – July 1, 2016
I traveled between several clinics and none of them were enjoyable. Management only cares about their numbers not their staff, my CM referred to me as girl instead of by name, yelled in front of patients at me. Regional management comes around and just picks apart all your work. Don't expect good pay or raises for your hard work or ever be told your doing good cause this would not be the place.
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Pembroke Pines, FL – April 10, 2016
Great job if your looking for some learning experience in the medical field to get started. But once you are there you don't get many opportunities to move up in your position. They(the office i worked in) basically see you as a body working the front desk and nothing more they don't value their PSS's.
flexible with school hours
job is very stagnate. There aren't any opportunities to move up in company.
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – January 3, 2016
small office just started not as busy. a lot of verifying insurances you're basically running an office with only one physical therapist starting at 9 in the morning is a plus but not working till 7 pm
Senior Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – December 19, 2015
Like any job, Select can get hectic and stressful, specially dealing with injured patients. Regardless, it has been pleasant working for the company, my bosses and co workers are great and understating, and the management works with us if ever we have any emergency situation.
Student Physical Therapy Assistant (Former Employee) – Rio Rancho, NM – October 8, 2015
Inpatient/Outpatient facility, worked with elderly patients on education/fall risk, functional ROM, improving balance, walking and gait sequence, along with improving overall conditioning with the main goal or objective to assist and determine if patient would be able to return home. Co-workers were great, and CI was very helpful. I have no specific complaints about the job, and the job was most enjoyable when the elderly patients were able to make progress in their recovery and return home and family.
During this rotation I had the opportunity to learn from and work with two certified hand therapists in an outpatient rehabilitation setting. Most clients were working age adults who had injuries to their shoulder, elbows, and/or hands. Throughout this rotation I was progressively given more responsibilities each week. My responsibilities consisted of performing evaluations, reevaluations, discharges, developing a plan care, and maintaining quality care and communication with clients and facility staff.
Productive and fun workplace with great co workers
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee) – Waynesboro, VA – July 15, 2015
- A typical day consists of treating up to twenty three patients, completing required documentation, and discussing patient plan of care for each patient seen with supervising PT - I learned numerous Physical Therapy skills, efficient time management skills, outstanding people skills, etc. - Great management I've worked with to date - Greatest co-workers I've worked with to date - The hardest part of the job would be the long and ever changing hours of clinic operation to meet clients needs, and coping with the many personalities you will work with in a days time - Co workers, meeting so many new people on a daily basis, and the knowledge of helping so many people in need of PT interventions
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – March 17, 2015
As a Volunteer here I enjoyed interacting with patients and tracking their progress through each session. There is not much I can say because I was not paid but I would one day after I obtain my PT degree, like to work at this clinic.
Athletic Trainer (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – January 5, 2015
If you accept this job I would highly recommend you immediately start looking for another job. I was a former employee. you will utilize about 10% of your knowledge, be treated as a glorified personal trainer, and rapidly loose your skills. My co-workers and patients were the only positive about this job. The pay is under 20/hr which is unacceptable in southern California. education doesn't play a role in your rate. select PT management is unsupportive. benefits are not worth the money. horrible PTO policy. no room for growth. no continuing education. no vision for the program. no benefits to disney amenities. The hardest part of this job is that select physical therapy and these managers at this location do not value the role athletic trainers play in providing health care.