Warwick, RI – The region’s business leaders were celebrated at Providence Business News’ Best Places to Work 2018 event at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick on June 14, 2018. Fifty-two companies were judged based on confidential surveys of employees and management reports compiled by Best Companies Group. Elite Physical Therapy was awarded this prestigious recognition. Elite moved their way up the list in the mid-size business category (50-149 employees).
For the 13th year, Providence Business News has selected Rhode Island businesses who have built a successful, productive, engaged workplace for its annual “Best Places to Work” award. This is one of the region’s longest running and best known business recognition programs that acknowledge business’s excellence, community involvement, and leadership. Employers were judged, and are selected based on a confidential employee survey and management data compiled by the Best Companies Group.
This was Elite’s fifth year winning the Best Places to Work Award. Together Michael Nula (Founder) and Jason Harvey (Co-Owner) have grown Elite Physical Therapy into an award-winning Physical Therapy practice that has earned several recognitions such as “Best Physical Therapy Practice in the Nation” by Advance Magazine for Rehabilitation Medicine, “Reader’s Choice Award” by The Providence Journal, “Business Excellence” by Providence Business News and “Healthy Worksite Award” by Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Jason is the President of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Rhode Island Chapter. Michael is on the Board of Trustees for the Providence Chamber of Commerce and the University of Rhode Island. Physical Therapists who are passionate about what they do, they want to improve the health and lives of Rhode Islanders.
“What an amazing experience these last 16 years have been since starting Elite Physical Therapy! I’m incredibly grateful to our talented Elite Team and everyone that believes and trusts us over the years. We are excited and passionate about continuing to help Rhode Island become the #1 healthiest state in America through our Elite Physical Therapy” says Nula.