Mary Free Bed Jobs Frequently Asked QuestionsDo you have questions about applying for a job at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital?

Below are some of the questions we most frequently receive about the application process, benefits, educational opportunities and our policies on diversity and inclusion.

Please let us know if you have additional questions about Mary Free Bed jobs or what it’s like to be a part of our team.

Where do I find job openings at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital?

What benefits does Mary Free Bed offer employees?

Mary Free Bed offers a comprehensive benefit package to both part- and full-time employees. In addition to generous paid time off, a retirement plan, and tuition reimbursement, employees enjoy medical, dental, vision, long- and short-term disability and life insurance. Employees must work at least half time to be eligible for medical, dental, and vision insurance and at least 30 hours a week to qualify for basic life and short-term disability insurance.

What is it like to work at Mary Free Bed?

Our employees often tell us the Mary Free Bed culture is an important part of why they love working here. There are many other aspects of our organization that employees cite as being key to their sense of satisfaction, including:

• The continued growth of our rehabilitation network
• Our high standards for patient care, demonstrated by high-level accreditations from Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the Joint Commission
• A commitment to the community, with inclusive events like Bikes for the Rest of Us, sponsorship of the handcycle and wheelchair divisions of the Amway River Bank Run, and employee assistance programs
• Leading-edge technology, including the Motion Analysis Laboratory, the LokomatPro and ceiling-mounted ambulation systems
• A compact campus that promotes a friendly and family-like atmosphere
• Room to grow with a variety of job opportunities
• A long-standing reputation in the community
• Excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance and a retirement plan

Does Mary Free Bed have a commitment to diversity?

Absolutely. We recognize all the ways patients, families and communities differ individually and interpersonally. Understanding diversity involves acknowledging cultural and other differences and traditions by identifying and empathizing with differing beliefs and behaviors. Mary Free Bed uses the strength of these differences to improve services to the community.

We also value diversity among our staff. We recruit employees sharing Mary Free Bed’s organizational values from all areas of the workforce. Hospital leadership fosters an environment that embraces differences by enhancing staff members’ knowledge and experience. Our employees serve all patients, families and one another with dignity and respect. Creativity and sensitivity to individual needs and differences are valued.

Several key organizational initiatives serve to foster and strengthen our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Our diversity and inclusion steering committee includes members of the senior leadership team. This committee is responsible for ensuring Mary Free Bed fulfills our diversity vision. They do this by overseeing a comprehensive program that uses specific outcome measures to ensure accountability and ongoing evaluation.

Diversity and Inclusion Program components include:

• Organizational education and training
• Minority Scholarship Program
• Minority Vendor Program
• Key organizational services such as interpreter services, recruitment and retention, accessibility planning and employee and patient relations

The steering committee meets regularly with program facilitators and the employee committee to track progress and review outcomes.

Are there opportunities to learn while at Mary Free Bed?

Mary Free Bed is committed to staff development and offers several opportunities to expand your knowledge. These can include:

• Extensive in-service presentations
• Treatment observations and coaching and mentoring
• Opportunities to rotate through service lines
• Workshops with world-renowned guest lecturers
• Funding for continuing education
• Opportunities for professional advancement
• On-site CEUs
• Basic life support training