Select Medical

Select Medical

Employees:
35,500
Market Cap:
$2.11 billion
Revenue:
$4.29 billion
5 Year Trend:
8.8%
Net Income:
$105.14 million
NYSE:
SEM

Select Medical is a healthcare company with approximately 42,000 employees throughout the United States. It owns long term acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, as well as occupational health and physical therapy clinics. Wikipedia

Select Medical
Employees:
35,500
Market Cap:
$2.11 billion
Revenue:
$4.29 billion
5 Year Trend:
8.8%
Net Income:
$105.14 million
NYSE:
SEM

Select Medical is a healthcare company with approximately 42,000 employees throughout the United States. It owns long term acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, as well as occupational health and physical therapy clinics. Wikipedia

Jul 27, 0:23 PM

In January, Marian Kalman, a psychologist with a busy Orange County, CA practice, fell and broke her wrist. She wore a cast, the wrist healed, and she moved forward. Three months later, she collapsed and lay paralyzed from the waist down. Turns out, during Marians original fall, she fractured a vertebra, which caused a bone fragment to press into her spinal cord leading to the paralysis. The next step for Marian was emergency spinal decompression surgery at Cedars-Sinai. From there, she was admitted to the California Rehabilitation Institute, where a team of physicians, rehabilitation nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists and others helped her regain function and learn to walk again. She anticipated a physical challenge. The emotional toll of her injury surprised her. Typically levelheaded, she found herself anxious. Whod run her practice? Whod care for the home and cat she loved? She was thankful the California Rehabilitation Institute provided tools to regain control of her life, both emotionally and physically. She underwent a battery of cognitive tests and talked through her feelings with a staff psychologist. She reached out for support from family and friends, who managed things back home. According to Marian, It was a bit of physician, heal thyself. Once I got it into my head that I needed to be here, I did everything I could to get better. Being in the right frame of mind was important, she said, because the smallest actions took a lot of work. Just getting proper foot placement down took several sessions. I never realized there was so much that went in to learning how to walk, Marian said. But then I got up on a Monday and my foot worked. Though she faces at least one more surgery, Marian is mobile, working again and grateful for the help she received at California Rehabilitation Institute. I dont want to go back to the hospital, but if I had to, Id go back there in a heartbeat. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/X4vJ30dVud9

Jul 20, 4:17 PM

On July 9, 2016, Tricia Bowersox, a retired grant writer, and her family started the drive to a hiking trip in Kentuckys Daniel Boone National Forest. With her sister at the wheel, the group of six chatted and enjoyed the scenery. Suddenly, the car crashed and rolled over. Everyone was hurt, but Tricia was impacted the most, sustaining four broken ribs, a broken left arm, a crushed left leg, a heart hematoma and three breaks in her breastbone. She hung upside-down for an excruciating 10 minutes before freeing herself. A medical helicopter had to transport Tricia and two family members to the nearby hospital. Once stable, Tricia transferred to her local hospital outside Cleveland, undergoing additional surgery to affix metal plates to her injured limbs. Six days after the accident, she arrived at Cleveland Clinic Rehabilitation Hospital. There, a coordinated team of doctors, nurses and assistants oversaw her nutritional, physical, emotional and rehabilitation needs. For six weeks, three to four hours a day, she worked with physical and occupational therapy to build strength and endurance. Every employee at this facility was experienced in helping someone with my level of injuries and worked together to help me recover quickly, Tricia says. They encouraged me every day. I made a full recovery. My sisters continued their rehab at home. Though they are improving, they have a long road ahead. I believe my choice to come to this hospital saved my life and helped me move forward to regain it. For Tricia, recovery meant returning to independence. She is driving and regularly walking three miles a day. To learn more about what an inpatient rehabilitation hospital can do for your loved one, click here: http://ow.ly/wF4W30dJrbE #restorehope #inpatientrehabilitationhospital #clevelandclinicrehabhospital

Jul 13, 3:35 PM

#Inpatientrehabilitationhospitals assist you on a path to recovery providing a healthcare bridge for people who are ready to leave the #hospital, but not ready to go home. These specialized hospitals are staffed by specially trained #doctors and certified #therapists who create individual treatment plans to help patients develop the strength and ability to get back to the life they love. When does someone you love need an inpatient rehabilitation hospital? Learn more here: http://ow.ly/vtKV30dzJnf #inpatientrehabilitationhospital #IRH #physicalmedicineandrehabilitation #restorehope

Jun 30, 4:34 PM

Complex medical diagnoses frequently mean treatment by a team of #doctors #therapists and #nurses. #selectspecialtyhospital #regencyhospitalcompany long-term acute care hospitals are staffed by #casemanagers who act as medical navigators for every patient that enters our hospitals. Learn more in this story.

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