What is NovaCare?
If you are dealing with a recent injury, recovering from surgery or experiencing chronic pain, our NovaCare Rehabilitation team can help you heal, regain strength, mobility and reduce pain. We provide a patient care experience that promotes healing and recovering in a compassionate environment.
Who is NovaCare owned by?
Select Medical Corporation
|Division of Select Medical Corporation
|Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
|Specialty Healthcare Services
|Select Medical Corporation
How many employees does Select Medical have?
Welcome! You’ve landed on the entry point for Select Medical employees. We are 46,000 people strong helping more than 60,000 patients per day recover and get back to the people and activities they love.
Is NovaCare nonprofit?
NovaCare is the largest non-government employer of rehabilitation therapists, and has a nine percent share of the orthotics and prosthetics field. NovaCare was founded in 1976 as InSpeech, Inc.
Who is NovaCare and what are the benefits?
Benefits and work/life balance that provide an exceptional employee experience. That’s our “Why!” NovaCare Rehabilitation is part of Select Medical’s Outpatient Division, the largest provider of outpatient physical rehabilitation services across the U.S.
How many NovaCare centers are there in the US?
Our family of brands is present in more than 1,700 centers in 37 states and the District of Columbia. We take pride in creating an exceptional patient experience – helping patients get back to athletics, work, life and the things they love.
Who is the manager of NovaCare in Wilmington?
After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from Cabrini College and doctorate in physical therapy from Aracadia, Dan has been part of the NovaCare Rehabilitation family for the past 14 years. He is the center manager for our Wilmington location. Dan specializes in sports rehabilitation and is Graston Technique certified.
What kind of physical therapy does NovaCare offer?
Updated COVID-19 Protocols. Read more . Former COVID-19 patients may benefit from tailored physical rehabilitation services, according to a study released today by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in collaboration with Select Medical, NovaCare’s parent company.