Make a Difference with Physiatry

Radial Health leads the industry in providing
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, or PM&R,
services to patients at hospital inpatient rehab
centers, skilled nursing, long-term acute care,
and outpatient care facilitates.

Our Value Proposition

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Click above to learn more about our three areas of focus.

Passionately leading the PM&R industry

  • We are built on a strong foundation of visionary clinical leadership and industry relationships.
  • We deliver best-in-class care throughout the post-acute continuum.
  • We invest in personal and professional development and foster continuous improvement in every team member.
  • We believe in communication, engagement and collective intelligence.
  • We hire respectful, driven, service-oriented, growth-minded, and quality-focused teammates.

Restoring function and quality of life

  • We are experts on function and mobility, helping you stay as active as possible at any age.
  • We treat the “whole person,” addressing all aspects of life affected by illness, disability or chronic pain.
  • We collaborate with extended care teams: family, primary care, specialists, home health and therapists.
  • We offer enhanced clinical programs: Bladder Health, Cognitive Function, and Health Navigation for patients.
  • We help prevent re-hospitalization.

Partnering with you for better service

  • We collaborate with leadership to understand operational pain points and support organizational goals.
  • We employ, train, coach and oversee clinicians to ensure excellence and best-in-class care.
  • We are accessible and actively involved in timely and efficient transfer and ongoing care within the continuum.
  • We promote quality and regulatory compliance.
  • We drive reduction in acute hospital readmission rate and optimize patient and provider experience.

Physiatry Jobs and more…

Now hiring for Physiatry and other clinical
positions. If you have a passion to make a
differnece, lets talk!

Radial By the Numbers

Radial is GROWING. One of the fastest growing independent PM&R medical groups in the country.

Radial By the Numbers

1 in 5

patients are admitted to post-acute care after hospital discharge

20%+

of skilled nursing patients end up back at the hospital within 30 days

Significant quality differences between high and low performing facilities within post-acute so clinical leadership is crucial

20% to 40%

of post-acute patients can typically be served in a lower-cost environment

Source: medPAC, The Advisory Board, Dobson DaVanzo & Associates

Radial is GROWING

One of the fastest growing
independent PM&R medical groups in the country.

FACILITY PARTNERSHIPS

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Provide a new level of rehab care for your patients!

Employee Spotlight

Binitha Mathew, MSN, FNP-C

I chose to be a nurse practitioner because it empowers me to help others. It is a career driven by service which allows me to put patients first. I chose PM&R because the focus is to restore maximum function so that patients can maximize their physical, psychological, and social potential.

Katrina Cudal, MSN, FNP-BC

Most of my family is in health care. My sisters, aunt, and cousins are nurses. I grew up surrounded by these people and I admire what they do. I knew in my heart that I would like to become a nurse and be able to help and take care of other people. I decided to become a nurse practitioner when my father was diagnosed with ALS. I realized that there are still a lot of things for me to learn and there still so much more to do in nursing. I know that I can deliver quality care and improve the patient’s well-being if I become a nurse practitioner. That is what I strive to do in my career.

Employee Spotlight

Binitha Mathew, MSN, FNP-C

I chose to be a nurse practitioner because it empowers me to help others. It is a career driven by service which allows me to put patients first. I chose PM&R because the focus is to restore maximum function so that patients can maximize their physical, psychological, and social potential.

Katrina Cudal, MSN, FNP-BC

Most of my family is in health care. My sisters, aunt, and cousins are nurses. I grew up surrounded by these people and I admire what they do. I knew in my heart that I would like to become a nurse and be able to help and take care of other people. I decided to become a nurse practitioner when my father was diagnosed with ALS. I realized that there are still a lot of things for me to learn and there still so much more to do in nursing. I know that I can deliver quality care and improve the patient’s well-being if I become a nurse practitioner. That is what I strive to do in my career.

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