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RehabVisions Overview

Omaha, NE
501 to 1000 employees
1983
Company - Private
Health Care Services & Hospitals
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Founded by Physical Therapist Joel Larmore and his brother Rick in 1983, RehabVisions staffs and manages therapy departments for hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and home health agencies. We provide the full continuum of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and ... Read more

Mission: When Joel started this company, he did so with the following in mind: Compassion | Enthusiasm | Respect | Commitment | Integrity | Excellence. These remain our corporate values today.

RehabVisions Reviews

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  • "I worked nine years for this company and loved the opportunities for professional growth."

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    I worked at RehabVisions full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    RV is supportive to their therapists and treats them with respect. They encourage professional growth and keep up with relevant changes in the health care system.

    Cons

    High expectations for productivity and efficiencies for patient care. There was a double standard for productivity expectations depending on the therapist.

    Advice to Management

    Management was not in touch with the demands of the clinician.

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RehabVisions Photos

RehabVisions photo of: Annual Hospital Managers' Meeting 2017
RehabVisions photo of: Celebrating our favorite season with a taco truck tailgate!
RehabVisions photo of: Kinesio taping course at RehabVisions
RehabVisions photo of: RehabVisions Rehab Director Kevin M., PT was recognized as 2015 Clinical Instructor of the Year from the University of Missouri Department of Physical Therapy.
RehabVisions photo of: Celebrating a 42-year career! When Linda R., PT started with RV she was the only PT at her hospital. Since RV started the contract, the dept. has grown to 7 PT, 4 PTA, 3 OT, 2 SLP & 3 support staff.
RehabVisions photo of: Annual Hospital/Clinic Managers Meeting 2015
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RehabVisions Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at RehabVisions.

    Interview

    Very friendly male, very talkative. Wants to "build a program" as there was not a SLP in this facility. Noted the company had a very strong PT program in place and OT is building. Wanted to convey the company works in rural areas, and this would be a great opportunity for the right person. School background not an issue during interview process, limited medical experience noted, but SLP willing to learn. How would I treat people in the area, what could I bring to the company, how do I get along with others, how would I market the program? Were some of the questions, essentially during the interview process. Noted it would take time to build a program, and willing to allow that time to the therapist.
    Initial pay set by SLP at 60 per hour, talked down to 50 per hour. SLP found out later SLP's at company are at 55 per hour by a slip of the tongue. There is a contact clause for a year in the contract, which is difficult because the area is rural and it is difficult to get full time employment in the area. Noted the facility was exactly as it was, clean, well lit, good size, modern equipment for PT.
    Did not clarify the specifics of the job, such as home health, in patient, out patient, swing, but it was on website. Very friendly, easy to talk to, hard on the pay, but company made good- checks on time, pay scale very good for area. Did not state PRN position, if caseload not big enough, but again, the company was very good to me.

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    Negotiation

    Overall it was good, he played the good guy- but do not budge on your pay, typical for company SLP is $55.00, in this area they have not had an SLP and you will make most of your materials.

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Company Updates

  • Looking for the next step in your physical therapy career? RehabVisions has full-time rehab director positions available in Nebraska, New Mexico and Washington state. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiaP

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  • RehabVisions welcomes California to our list of states! Our new hospital contract is one hour north of Sacramento, and we're looking for a PT, OT, PTA and Rehab Director to join the team. New California job opportunities are listed on our website.

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