Outpatient Hand Therapist (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – November 5, 2018
I would advise anyone looking to work for this company to really hold management to the agreements of your work contract. The agreement is in exchange for your skilled expertise and time you are compensated with money, PTO, and benefits. This company regularly tries to take more time than agreed and to not honor PTO request. The motivation for profit is very evident, with expectations to do more and more with NO schedule time for documentation or administrative duties.
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Florida – October 12, 2018
As a pss staff member the duties you have to do on a daily basis is not worth the pay. I attend to 6 full time therapist and occasional floats. Management does not stand behind you when dealing with difficult patients. Even though you get pto it rarely gets approved. There is no room to grow at this company.
Rehab Aide (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 20, 2018
The previous manager was amazing and I learned so much from him. He would let me watch him work on patients, but when he was offered a better job and left, the new manager was so bitter. He forbid anyone from talking to him and treated me poorly compared to another aide that had just been hired. They held a company brunch and even invited a former employee, but never invited me. I was only once invited to the company outing (which I had been told happened often).
Lead Patient Services Representative (Former Employee) – Pensacola, FL – September 13, 2018
This was my favorite position. The only issue that I had was that the majority of the work was done by me in the front office and they way the deposits were done. I would have to go weekly to some store and get a money order for the co pays.
PT student intern (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – August 27, 2018
The manager at the clinic I worked with is SUPER amazing. She seems to have it all set- amiable, respectful, funny, wonderful, generous, all the great adjectives a PT and a manager should be! The patients were rarely double booked, which I liked as a student intern. The other PTs are wonderful and collaborative. The front desk staff are also lovely people who welcome the clients warmly and let the PTs in the back know.
Patient Service Specialist (PSS) (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – August 16, 2018
The environment of this job is very friendly and relaxed for the most part. I was a Patient Service Specialist working on my own in a small office. There were stressful aspects, but I enjoyed the work. The hours are difficult, however, and I often missed out on things because I was working so late in the day.
Athletic Trainer (Former Employee) – United States – July 31, 2018
Management is not ideal, micromanage and there is little to no communication. They do not listen to their employees needs, nor do they coach their employees in allowing them to be successful in their current position.
Patient Service Specialist PRN (Current Employee) – Port Orange, FL – July 22, 2018
Select Physical Therapy from my experience has been a positive work environment. Almost everyone is willing to help if you have questions or need help. The management is patient and has an open door policy. The environment can be fast paced but nothing that one can't handle if they apply themselves.
CEAS & Business Development (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 12, 2018
My experience with the physical therapist was the most disappointing aspect of my experience with the company I did not find my training sufficient, my management sufficient or my pay sufficient. They were grossly understaffed for my position.