RN staff nurse (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – July 6, 2018
A typical workday is very intense and fast paced, however the unit is primarily staffed with RNs who work together to help with the demanding nature of the type of work needed. Management is very hands on, involved and accessible. Caring for patients can be very demanding and overwhelming at times, however one may feel happy with patient progression that is noted during their stay at the hospital.
At the Select that I work at the rules are bent... If a company makes rules...everyone should have to follow them...no exceptions. I have watched people play on their cell-phones all night...ordering carryout the minute they walk into work...letting patients lie in feces and urine...even though I have asked them for help
Patient Account Representative (Former Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – June 26, 2018
Every new recruit has to go through a training session - not difficult and very informative. Felt welcomed and learned a lot in the training session. Once you are assigned to a manager, the entire experience changes. You are placed in a cube with a computer and phone. You are not allowed to talk to or ask help from anyone near you and are on strict timed breaks. Every manager seriously micro-manages and can be down right rude - reprimanding you and even berating at times if you make mistakes and If you are out of your seat longer than the allowed breaks, you are told about it. Co-workers were very nice and made lasting friendships but that's the highlight. Would not recommend working here.
Patient Service Representative (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 1, 2018
just an overall awesome company. the work environment is very up beat and friendly. you can tell they just want patients to get better. understanding of care and making sure everyone is heard without judgement.
Productive workplace that was truly enjoyable to work at because of the people.
Rehabilitation Aide (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – May 13, 2018
The Rehab team at Helen M. Simpson rehab was truly enjoyable to work at. The cohesion as a team created such a positive and uplifting environment for rehabilitation for our patients, as well as fostering a wonderful work environment. While the position I am currently is a stepping stone in my career goals, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the HMS team.
Materials Manager (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – May 2, 2018
Materials Manger. We had a great staff and management. The TEAM ENVIRONMENT was the best of anywhere I have worked and the Corporate team was amazing. Was very unfortunate that this location was closed.
Front Office Coordinator (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – April 25, 2018
For all that is required as a Patient Service Specialist the pay is terrible. Benefits are not bad but insurace is pricey if you have dependents. You are a multi-billiondollar company, why not pay your most hard working employees a good wage? And we don't even get bonuses yet our managers get bonuses if the clinic is doing well, scheduling properly, if the P.S.S. get certain things from patients. There also aren't any clear, written procedures for how things should be done. If i have a question on something I have to email and hope I get a response. Not much room for advancement as you have to tell you manager if you're applying for a different position first which makes an awkward situation.
Hour lunch, tuesday and friday off early.
Insurance benefits, pay, management structure, lack of staffing coverage, lack of clear procedures.
Rehab tech (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 21, 2018
Baylor is a great place to work .. Select medical serbices was great it's the management that needd an overhaul .. I loved my co wirjer, my patients and the hours and pay is unbelievable. But the new management is questionable .
PAR (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – April 11, 2018
Pittsburgh's central billing office has a lot of nice employees that work hard but management puts too many demanding deadlines and threats on them resulting in a high turnover. You must punch in and out for your 10 minute breaks. Just managements ways of trying to demean the employees. Just like rating you by stats and posting them for all other department to see, among other juvenile tactics. Meanwhile, if you need a question answered, the unqualified management team can't help. But if you try to ask a coworker, you will get written up for talking. This is just not a place for adults to work. There is no respect for the people who actually do the work.
Corporate Cash Application Representative (Current Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – April 1, 2018
A multi billion dollar company that operates world wide but pays like a mom & pop shop. Can't smoke on property leaving you standing in the rain if not prepared. It feels like it's not truly about their patients but about money.
Productive and fun workplace with great leadership
Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee) – Carlisle, PA – March 19, 2018
Select Medical and my supervisor have welcomed me with open arms. Work schedule is positive and open for days off when needed and management is quality a++. The culture is dependent upon the morale of the patients and their openness to cooperate which is the hardest part about the job. The culture within the department is great and very friendly. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to interact and develop relationships with various coworkers possessing similar outlooks and futures.