What does a Rehab Manager do?
Rehab managers serve in high-level administrative roles, typically overseeing the day-to-day operations of a facility that provides care for physical, mental health, or addiction rehabilitation or recovery. They are responsible for all aspects of routine functions, including hiring, training, and supervising staff. They ensure the staff and facility are in compliance with all applicable regulations and guidelines. Their primary objective is to provide a safe, healthy, and supportive environment for patients or clients. They also have administrative and financial duties such as managing budgets and payments.
Rehab managers typically have a bachelor’s degree in a business or healthcare field, although an advanced degree is often preferred. Some roles require specific health-related credentials or licenses. These positions require strong project management capabilities and excellent leadership skills.
Rehab Manager Salaries
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Rehab Manager Insights
“Flexible schedule close to home”
“Great team to work with”
“I feel like I have been given the tools I need to get started and continue my career with this company.”
“Can afford good rate”
“Pay increases are not guaranteed.”
“Great Organization for support in any part of your career path.”
“I would recommend working for HealthPro Heritage to any therapist searching for a rewarding career with consistent opportunities for growth within the company.”
“Fairly Good salary.”
Rehab Manager Interviews
Rehab Manager jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a rehab manager
- Physical Therapy Aide
- Occupational Therapist
- Physical Therapist
The most common qualifications to become a rehab manager is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.