Medical Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Float – December 3, 2018
Not just scheduling and arriving people. There are a lot of things you have to do to keep up the patient visits and make sure the clinic runs smoothly. It isn't just 1 thing you do. You have to prioritize your time wisely.
Volunteer (Former Employee) – Bayonne, NJ – August 20, 2018
For anyone who is going for PT or OT this place is great for volunteering experience. They will teach you a lot about the job. The patience around the area are predominantly older people and they are all very nice.
I've been working for over 4 years at Kessler, and i started off in customer service and what i enjoyed the most was the co-workers i was able to share with made work a lot of fun, i made the transfer to outpatient and its been challenging every day is different.
It was exciting in the beginning. Traveling is expected. Our goal is to keep patients happy and helping them to get better. The atmosphere at the center changed when they hired a new center manager. It was uncomfortable to work there because the new manager was always breathing down my neck.
This job allowed me to show my management skills. After being there for a short time, I started traveling to other offices to help staff with their work. I also helped other employees with training them on a new computer program.
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Former Employee) – Chester, NJ – January 9, 2017
I started at Kessler right after having my newborn son. I was an Ultrasound Technician at the Chester location. My manager was awesome, really understanding, helpful when a problem came up, and didn't act like I was "beneath" her. The environment was really supportive, as well as my fellow coworkers. My only regret is having to leave so soon due unforeseen circumstances. I miss working there!
Supportive coworkers, great management, loved the location
Staff Therapist (Current Employee) – New Jersey – August 24, 2016
Kessler has a reputation as one of the best because of its spinal cord rehab hospital. The outpatient facilities are not as good. Therapists allow techs to run pts through exercises and rarely advance them. Therapists work long hours with very few breaks. Upper management is not supportive and is only interested in bottom line. Kessler is a typical corporate rehab and is all about the money.