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Kessler Rehabilitation Center Named One of the Best Places to Work in Health Care

Kessler Rehabilitation Center, a network of more than 80 outpatient therapy clinics located throughout New Jersey, (www.kessler-pt.com) was again named by Modern Healthcare magazine to the annual list of “Best Places to Work in Healthcare.” This marks the second time that Kessler Rehabilitation Center, the outpatient division of Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (www.kessler-rehab.com) was included on the national list.
   

Kessler Rehabilitation Center was ranked number 52 among the 327 health care organizations that participated in the 2011 survey and was number 30 among providers with less than 1000 employees.  
   

“To be recognized as one of the best places to work in our field is a tremendous honor,” said Bill Anastassatos, President, Kessler Rehabilitation Center. 

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“We are proud to have established a dynamic rehabilitation that not only fosters the delivery of quality care, but the growth and professionalism of our more than 400 employees. We believe that this enables us to attract and retain the most talented therapists and support staff in our field.”
   

The annual survey focused on five key areas of operations,  including leadership and planning, culture and communications, working environment, overall employee satisfaction, and training and development.
   

Kessler Rehabilitation Center provides comprehensive physical therapy programs to adults and children with orthopedic, sports and work-related injuries; musculoskeletal conditions, including arthritis; balance disorders; and other physical rehabilitation needs. For more information, visit www.kessler-pt.com.
 

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