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20 days ago

Director of Rehab - ARU - Fairmont Hospital - Alameda Health System, San Leandro

RehabCare Oakland, CA

An exceptional leadership opportunity is available at Fairmont Hospital, located in San Leandro, California. A member of the Alameda Health System… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Director of Rehab - DOR - Livemore – new

RehabCare Livermore, CA

RehabCare is seeking a full-time Program Director to manage our talented rehab team in Livermore, CA. This candidate must be a licensed PT, OT or… CareerBuilder


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    Great coworkers but ridiculous expectations

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    Current Employee - Physical Therapist in Walnut Creek, CA
    Current Employee - Physical Therapist in Walnut Creek, CA

    I have been working at RehabCare full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Rehab professionals in general tend to make for awesome coworkers. The therapists are all really great and want to do the best for patients. Most sites are pretty flexible with hours and days off.

    Cons

    Unrealistic productivity expectations (>90% even for therapists who have to do all the weeklies, discharges, and evaluations) force you to do all of your documentation while you're with the patient. Every minute of your day is managed on the ipads, "starting" and "stopping" each patient as you see them. Program directors rarely last more than a year. All documentation is done on ipads which make it nearly impossible to complete thorough documentation quickly. There is a lot of pressure to see Medicare A patients at the highest reimbursement level (over an hour a day). There usually isn't a lot of flexibility built into your day when things don't go smoothly, like if a patient takes a lot longer than you expected.

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    Lower productivity expectations! I became a physical therapist because I love doing hands on, evidence based treatment. Having a patient ride a bike or do seated exercises so I can document while I'm with them is not high quality care!

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