What Does Working at Burke Mean to Employees?
"Being a part of a patient’s progress during their recovery from a disability is inspiring. You feel as if you are part of making a difference in their rehabilitation."
-- Roseann C., Registered Nurse - joined Burke in 2001
"Burke is the kind of hospital that you would send a family member to because you are treated as family here."
-- Justin L., Physical Therapist - joined Burke in 2003
"The benefits at Burke are far greater than other places of employment."
-- Robert Y., Occupational Therapist - joined Burke in 2001
"Every day I come to work I get a great feeling because of all the good we do for our patients; that feeling is the best!" -- Arlene D., Unit Aide - joined Burke in 2009
" The culture of excellence is not at skill; it’s an attitude. That’s what Burke is all about."
-- Pauline J., Registered Nurse - joined Burke in 2001
"I am truly lucky to have the opportunity to work at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital. It's wonderful to be a part of a community that has such a high standard of excellence. The relationships that I have not only built with my patients, but also with my colleagues, makes me look forward to coming to work each day."
-- Robin W., Speech Therapist - joined Burke in 2010
"I like the patients, the environment and my co workers."
-- Ponnamma T., Registered Nurse - joined Burke in 1980
"Working at Burke has given me the opportunity to work with a diverse group of talented individuals in a stimulating environment on a beautiful campus."
-- Vicki A., Research Administration - joined Burke in 2007
"When you see the smile on the patient’s faces; you know you made a difference…you say that’s what it is all about."
-- Stephanie C., Registered Nurse - joined Burke in 1994