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I have been working at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital as an internRecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
A wonderful work environment, with strong commitment to patients! Trains you well for your position
The entire staff is still getting used to the automated medication dispensing system on the units. Might take some time to fully adjust, but there is certainly improvement.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital (Nacogdoches, TX) in January 2010.
1.I was asked to sit at a large table facing 3 interviewers. Then they asked me about my self and explained the job description. After about 10 minutes. They asked me a bunch of questions which I do not really remember word for word because I was nervous. 2.Then they asked for a writing sample. The essay questions was what would you do if a client came to you with marriage problems, drinking problems, and unemployment all routed in his problems dealing with anger. Write a response answering how you as a case worker would help the client.
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Founded in 1915, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital is a stalwart provider of rehabilitation services in White Plains, New York, and surrounding areas. The 150-bed hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation services to patients suffering from physical disabilities resulting from illness, injury, or surgery. Inpatient services include cardiac, orthopedic, and spinal cord therapy. It also operates outpatient clinics that offer such services as arthritis, cognitive, occupational, speech, and sports medicine therapy. In addition, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital conducts research in ...