Select Medical – Saint Charles, MO
SSM Rehabilitation Network is part of the Select Medical outpatient team of clinics. Our St Peters clinic is seeking a PT or OT Certified in Hand… Glassdoor
Admissions Coordinator-Per Diem – easy apply
Select Medical – Bridgeton, MO
SSM Rehabilition is looking for a Per Diem Admissions Coordinator to join our team! As the leading provider of comprehensive rehabilitation services… Glassdoor
Select Medical – Rocky Mount, NC
Our Business Development Manager will be covering our Eastern North Carolina market. The clinics include: Fayetteville Jacksonville Wilmington… Glassdoor
Select Medical – Moncks Corner, SC
Select Physical Therapy is looking to hire a Certified Athletic Trainer for Industrial Job Coaching at an Industrial site in Moncks Corner for… Glassdoor
Case Manager - Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation – easy apply
Select Medical – Frisco, TX
Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation carries a well-known reputation for excellent patient care and exceptional quality outcomes. We serve all people… Glassdoor
Certified Hand Therapist ( PT / CHT) – easy apply
Select Medical – Bloomfield, CT
Select Physical Therapy in Bloomfield is seeking a FULL (32 hour minimum) or PART time Certified Hand Therapists that is also a Physical Therapist… Glassdoor
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“Disappointing, absolutely no communication between management and no follow up on policies, only care about bottom line ”
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I worked at Select Medical full-time for less than a yearPros
It's a job, interesting patient cases, however many circumstances not safe for patientsCons
Understaffed!!! Patient care suffers because of this! We have 6:1 ratio of patients to nurses, this is with many patients having high risk airways, on vents and unstable. We never have enough CNA's and patients are always complaining that they can't get anyone to come to their room when needed. They only care about the bottom line.
Management is unseen on night shift, unless of course you do something "wrong" (which half the time is only because they don't voice the policies to our shift and then get upset when we don't know about them). It would be nice to be told thanks for picking up a million shifts so this place can stay open or thanks for going that extra mile, but no it's always a negative encounter.
Our HR department knows absolutely nothing about policies when it come to human resources related stuff. I have been told many times " I don't know " by HR. I thought it was their job to know.
We have such a high turnover rate, in the last 6 months four of the five people we have hired have already quit. Many people stay long enough to get experience and then leave.
Bottom line, keep your license and be appreciated as a hard worker and work somewhere else!!Advice to ManagementAdvice
Take a moment to thank your employees and get to know your employees that work third shift. Follow through on your policies and see that they are being followed by everyone and make sure you communicate those policies to EVERYONE so that we can all be on the same page!
HR- brush up on the companies policies that you work for, so that when employees come to you for information you can give it to them.
Give us more staff so that we can safely care for these patients!!!!Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO