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Enrollment Srvs Specialist

BenchMark Rehab Partners

Enrollment Srvs Specialist

Cartersville, GA
Full Time
  • Responsibilities


    Due to continuous growth in our clinics, BenchMark is looking to add a driven and talented Physical Therapist to join our team! Our mission is to inspire and empower the lives we touch, to serve our communities, and to lead with purpose-driven passion. BenchMark is known for our strong clinical foundation, national network of advanced certified clinicians, and superior patient experience. Through our partnerships and new clinic growth, we have grown to be the third largest rehabilitation provider nationwide with over 650 clinics from coast to coast. WHAT CAN WE OFFER?

    We are proud to offer company funded continuing education for all full-time clinicians through our internal education division, Upstream Rehab Institute. The Upstream Rehab Institute’s offerings center around the development of skilled clinical reasoning and hands-on skill development informed by knowledge of best evidence and integration of the values and characteristics unique to each patient. Our Upstream Rehab institute also offers two (2) APTA accredited Residency programs, in both Sports and Orthopedic.

    BenchMark also offers partnership and other growth opportunities allowing our clinicians to have equity within their clinics. Our yearly leadership development program brings together both clinical and non-clinical to develop their leadership skills and shape the future of the company. We also offer a year-long clinic director training program that allows clinicians to be fully prepared for both the clinical and business side of the position.

    Some of our other benefits include:

    • Annual paid Charity Day to give back to a cause meaningful to you
    • Clean, efficient, and organized treatment environments
    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance
    • 401K + company match


    Joining our team, you’ll be expected to provide the most effective, evidence-based care through clinically superior physical therapy treatments, evaluations, and related services as established by state law. We understand that each patient is different, not only in their diagnoses but their story and what motivates them so you will tailor each treatment plan to each individual; listen to their goals and aspirations to create a plan that works for them.

    Some of your other responsibilities will include:

    • Build long-lasting relationships with patients, colleagues, doctors/physicians/referral sources
    • Pursue clinical and personal development goals through continuing education and career track planning


    Dedication to the highest quality of care demonstrated through superior clinical outcomes is something we are very passionate about and we want you to feel the same way.

    We’re also looking for you to have the ability to think on your feet and thrive in a fast-paced team environment as well as working well and learning from your patients, peers, and supervisors.

    We have a strong belief that growth is vital to the health of an associate and an organization; we’d like you to be eager to set professional goals and coordinate a plan to achieve them.

    You also must have strong verbal and non-verbal communication skills and be licensed or license eligible in your state.


    Required Skills Required Experience

  • Qualifications
    1. Ability to utilize proficient verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
    2. Ability to type 35 wpm and use a ten-key by touch.
    3. Ability to deal tactfully with Associates, patients, visitors, customers and the general public.
    4. Ability to use analytical and problem-solving skills.
    5. Ability to utilize a computer, database systems and any other related tool effectively.
    6. Ability to self-motivate, multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced environment.
    7. Ability to effectively translate medical and administrative language in more familiar terminology for patients and community members.
    8. Knowledgeable of public financial assistance programs, insurance coverage, HMO requirements.
    9. Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services.
    10. Knowledge of HIPAA standards as well as understanding of legal compliance.
    11. Knowledge of utilizing automated decision support system applications.
    12. Knowledge of commercial and managed care payors requirements and terminology.
    13. Knowledge of QHCs and public financial assistance programs
    14. Bilingual English/Spanish required.