Awesome place to work! Owners and Management of the best!
Director of First Impressions (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 5, 2013
Responsible for all administrative operations at a vibrant outpatient physical therapy clinic and employment testing facility including maintaining patient information and records, maintaining clinic schedule, managing insurance authorizations, processing new patient referrals, data entry, maintaining communication with physicians’ offices and employment testing clients, and generally providing first-rate customer service to all internal and external customers including physical therapy patients and employment testing candidates
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Okay job, if you don’t mind long hours
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – May 8, 2018
On the surface it seems like a fun place to work, and it can be, but it all really depends on your clinic director. If you have the right clinic director your clinic will be cohesive, team oriented, and relaxed. If you don’t however, your life can be a nightmare. My clinic director was a bipolar mess, she would go through cycles of loading so much work and projects on herself and then get completely overworked and stressed out (out of her own doing) and then demand that we change her schedule around to minimize her patient load. Then once her projects were completed (or dumped on another staff member) she would complain about how slow we were and then force us to continuously call potential patients on the phone trying to get them to come in. Her mood was completely dependent on the changing of the winds or the planetary alignments and near the end I dreaded going into work.
For the amount of work they demand you do the wages are ridiculously low. Healthcare benefits are okay.
TexPTS provides great quality care to patients and values continuing education for employees. They rely heavily upon the residency model to attract new employees. Like most residencies, residents accept a lower salary in exchange for further training in orthopedic or sports physical therapy. TexPTS looks to retain residents once they finish the residency, but offer a salary similar to that of a new graduate. In addition to this, raises are based on a points system. This creates a high turnover rate for residents upon graduation for the residency.
Good team environment, good patient care, great educational opportunities, work parties