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Physical Rehabilitation Network Overview

Carlsbad, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
1991
Company - Private
Health Care
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Unknown
The Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN) was founded in 1991 to assist physical therapists in developing and operating their own practice without carrying the burden of business administration and back office functions. In this capacity our partners can focus on what they do ... Read more

Mission: PRN has a fierce commitment to our therapist partners with proven revenue cycle management, personalized human resources, regional business development and contract opportunities. PRN is the most prominent network of independently operated physical & hand ... Read more

Physical Rehabilitation Network Reviews

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    I worked at Physical Rehabilitation Network full-time

    Pros

    wonderful clients for the most part

    Cons

    favoritism, rules only apply to some

    Advice to Management

    staff has great ideas...listen to them

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Physical Rehabilitation Network Interviews

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Physical Rehabilitation Network (Mountain View, CA) in January 2013.

    Interview

    Very disorganized. Contacted me to set up phone interview time, but then no one called in for the actual appointment. I had to send them an email following the no show and they admitted to dropping the ball (apparently they were very busy that day).

    Phone interview rescheduled for two weeks down the road. Actual phone interview seemed to go well, but then I heard nothing back from them. My friendly email touching base a week later went unanswered for months. Four months later they asked if I was interested in an additional interview. Not very professional unfortunately. Luckily I had found a much better EHS position elsewhere at that point.

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