Select Medical

Select Medical

Employees:
35,500
Market Cap:
$2.16 billion
Revenue:
$4.29 billion
5 Year Trend:
8.8%
Net Income:
$109.14 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

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

Employees:
35,500
Market Cap:
$2.16 billion
Revenue:
$4.29 billion
5 Year Trend:
8.8%
Net Income:
$109.14 million
NYSE:
SEM
  • Oct 12 at 0:09 PM
    If youre an #oncology professional looking for additional ways to help your patients live well after cancer treatment, consider attending the second annual International Cancer Rehabilitation Summit. Hosted by Select Medical, its ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation group and the American Cancer Society, this years summit focuses on evolving strategies and treatment in head and neck cancer. Through workshops, lectures and roundtable discussions, oncology professionals will gain valuable insights to help improve their patients function and quality of life. To register, click here: http://ow.ly/cdQA30fPz1r #cancerrehabsummit #cancerrehab #headandneckcancer #physicaltherapy #occupationaltherapy #speechlanguagepathology #oncologynursing #doctor #physicalmedicineandrehabilitation #physicianassistant
  • Oct 2 at 4:30 PM
    We offer our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of the #LasVegas shooting. We know no words or pictures we post can make up for the loss of life. The 42,000 human beings who make up our company are holding the people of Las Vegas in our hearts.
  • Sep 20 at 0:11 PM
    #Parkinsons disease has changed the course of 82-year-old Arturo Rodriguezs life. Diagnosed in 2013, he began home therapy to cope with the muscle rigidity, tremors and walking challenges that accompany the disease. However, the problems persisted. After he and his wife, May, cycled through several treatment options, including a nursing home, Mr. Rodriguez realized he needed therapy that addressed him as a whole person, not a collection of symptoms. He and his wife chose Select Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio. This disease doesnt define a person. A person with Parkinsons is still a person with feelings and needs, Mr. Rodriguez said. Here, they treat me like a human being, instead of a diagnosis. From the receptionist to his physicians, Dr. Ivan Edwards and Dr. Phil Onghai, to the nursing staff and aides, everyone has treated him with respect, he said. That kindness has made it easier to power through the intense physical therapy sessions to help correct his muscle atrophy and walking disorders. Hes even tried a few interesting approaches to therapy, such as walking and punching at the same time to re-learn coordination. The boxing gloves were a fun and functional touch. Speech therapy is helping him overcome swallowing difficulties and enjoy food again. In occupational therapy, hes working on dressing himself and brushing his teeth. Its his goal, he said, to spend time with his wife in leisure, rather than having her be his caregiver. Theyve given me hope and purpose, Mr. Rodriguez said. I want to defeat the common assumption that a person with Parkinsons cant do anything. They have helped me believe that I can. To learn more about the ways our inpatient rehabilitaiton hospitals can help those with neurological conditions, click here: http://ow.ly/BbYt30ff59y
  • Sep 8 at 1:42 PM
    At many of our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals across the country, therapy dogs act as motivating, joyful companions on the rehabilitation journey. Here are just a few of ours hospitals'' best buddies, doing what they do best. To learn more about all the ways our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals motivate recovery, click here: http://ow.ly/C4vP30f14uu

Oct 12, 0:09 PM

If youre an #oncology professional looking for additional ways to help your patients live well after cancer treatment, consider attending the second annual International Cancer Rehabilitation Summit. Hosted by Select Medical, its ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation group and the American Cancer Society, this years summit focuses on evolving strategies and treatment in head and neck cancer. Through workshops, lectures and roundtable discussions, oncology professionals will gain valuable insights to help improve their patients function and quality of life. To register, click here: http://ow.ly/cdQA30fPz1r #cancerrehabsummit #cancerrehab #headandneckcancer #physicaltherapy #occupationaltherapy #speechlanguagepathology #oncologynursing #doctor #physicalmedicineandrehabilitation #physicianassistant

Oct 2, 4:30 PM

We offer our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of the #LasVegas shooting. We know no words or pictures we post can make up for the loss of life. The 42,000 human beings who make up our company are holding the people of Las Vegas in our hearts.

Sep 20, 0:11 PM

#Parkinsons disease has changed the course of 82-year-old Arturo Rodriguezs life. Diagnosed in 2013, he began home therapy to cope with the muscle rigidity, tremors and walking challenges that accompany the disease. However, the problems persisted. After he and his wife, May, cycled through several treatment options, including a nursing home, Mr. Rodriguez realized he needed therapy that addressed him as a whole person, not a collection of symptoms. He and his wife chose Select Rehabilitation Hospital of San Antonio. This disease doesnt define a person. A person with Parkinsons is still a person with feelings and needs, Mr. Rodriguez said. Here, they treat me like a human being, instead of a diagnosis. From the receptionist to his physicians, Dr. Ivan Edwards and Dr. Phil Onghai, to the nursing staff and aides, everyone has treated him with respect, he said. That kindness has made it easier to power through the intense physical therapy sessions to help correct his muscle atrophy and walking disorders. Hes even tried a few interesting approaches to therapy, such as walking and punching at the same time to re-learn coordination. The boxing gloves were a fun and functional touch. Speech therapy is helping him overcome swallowing difficulties and enjoy food again. In occupational therapy, hes working on dressing himself and brushing his teeth. Its his goal, he said, to spend time with his wife in leisure, rather than having her be his caregiver. Theyve given me hope and purpose, Mr. Rodriguez said. I want to defeat the common assumption that a person with Parkinsons cant do anything. They have helped me believe that I can. To learn more about the ways our inpatient rehabilitaiton hospitals can help those with neurological conditions, click here: http://ow.ly/BbYt30ff59y

Sep 8, 1:42 PM

At many of our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals across the country, therapy dogs act as motivating, joyful companions on the rehabilitation journey. Here are just a few of ours hospitals'' best buddies, doing what they do best. To learn more about all the ways our inpatient rehabilitation hospitals motivate recovery, click here: http://ow.ly/C4vP30f14uu