pt Health Careers and Employment
- CEOPeter Stymiest58%approve of Peter Stymiest's performance
- Company size501 to 1,000
Now one of the fastest growing health care companies in Canada, pt Health Care Solutions has grown from a single clinic in 1995 to over 100 physiotherapy and rehabilitation clinics nationally.
pt Health provides patient care centred around the principles of integrity, passion, and trust. Those principles guide us whether we are delivering healthcare services in physiotherapy, chiropractic, occupational therapy, chiropody, sports medicine, athletic therapy, massage therapy, naturopathic medicine or any of our additional services. We are committed to meeting the varied needs of our many patients and stakeholders.
Salary estimated from 74 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
The positives far outweigh the negatives. We have great management and I have had multiple advancements within my short time here, all encouraged by our management team. The people and the culture are great and it is a gratifying job that I sincerely recommend to those with a passion of helping others.
Great place to work with wonderful coworkers and an administration support system. There is a company share program newly established. Only con I feel at this time, is that the health/vacation benefits could be better suited considering it’s a large well knows company providing many aspects of health care.
If you just graduated from a medical office program, this is a good starter job. You learn all the basics of medical office environment with friendly and helpful staff.
There is pressure as a Physiotherapist to see 3 clients per hour, even if you have no assistant. If you are not willing to do this it is frowned upon by management. Hours are not flexible - I had approached management as hours were not working for me and was immediately told that because I was a new grad I have to work the hours that nobody else can and that is that. Bottom line is that the company does not care about its employees, they just see dollar signs. No money was put into our clinic, we would have constant feedback from clients stating that it felt like they were in a 80s hospital. I would never have any positive feedback from management when things were going well, but you best believe they made it known when their expectations were not being met. Do yourself a favor and stay away from these large company health care providers.
They do not listen when you want more training, they do not offer any support. They clients for the most part are nice and easy to handle but when you have an issue there is usually an hour delay to get an answer because everything is virtual. That is why training is so crucial in the beginning.
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