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9 days ago

Lead Physical Therapist - Full Time - Orlando Outpatient Clinic

Brooks Rehabilitation Orlando, FL

Lead Therapist will organizes, develops, directs, and supervises all aspects of Rehab Therapies Requirements: • Physical Therapist license in… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Physical Therapist- PRN - Float

Brooks Rehabilitation Orlando, FL

A Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy is required and must be licensed as a physical therapist in the state of Florida (or another state and will… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Center Manager/Physical Therapist - Full Time - Oviedo - Outpatient Clinic

Brooks Rehabilitation Oviedo, FL

Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy and must be licensed as a physical therapist in the state of Florida. Must have 2 years of clinical… Glassdoor

Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital Reviews

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Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital President & CEO Doug Baer
Doug Baer
3 Ratings

    Robotic and numbers oriented

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    Current Employee - Physical Therapist  in  De Land, FL
    Current Employee - Physical Therapist in De Land, FL

    I have been working at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital as a contractor for more than a year


    State of the art equipment and knowledgeable staff. Highly informative in services and trainings. Good cafeteria food.


    A lack of general compassion for patients. Required to document cookie cutter, mechanical, lots of med-bots. Overall "unfriendly" sense.

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    Offer your employees a mentor or help with new equipment. New people coming in can't just already know all you expect of them. Unrealistic expectations and standards. Stop expecting everyone to document on breaks or go to computer Labs after working all day and stay late. PAY your part time employees a better wage hourly, you wonder why none of them want to shift from PRN and its because you pay poorly for what you demand.

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