What’s New?2018-01-23T18:51:20+00:00

Best of the Best: US News & World Report

Transitional Care of Arlington Heights was named one of the top short-term rehabilitative care centers in the state of Illinois as reported by U.S. News & World Report.    U.S. News & World Report evaluated more than 15,000 skilled nursing centers across the country to come up with the list of care centers designated as the best. U.S. News used […]

We show we care in every meal we serve.

At Transitional Care of Arlington Heights, we believe that the food we serve is an extension of the care we offer. Our made-from-scratch CuisineCare cooking, distinct dining venues and themed dinners feature a commitment to quality as their prime ingredient. House-made soups, sauces and dressings, fresh vegetables, herbs, seasonings and ample selections leave our guests asking for seconds. Our […]

CuisineCare . . . to Go!

At Transitional Care of Arlington Heights, guests start preparing to go home the first day they arrive. While the primary focus is on improving health through physical rehabilitation and skilled care, diet plays an important role not only during rehab, but upon the return home as well. “The food we serve is an extension of the care we offer,” […]

Meet the Clinical Liaisons

Whether proactively planning ahead for care in preparation for a scheduled surgery or discovering an immediate need for help prior to going home while currently hospitalized, arranging for proper care is unfamiliar territory for most of us.   Rest assured—the liaisons at Transitional Care of Arlington Heights (TCAH) can provide the necessary assistance every step of the way! Registered […]

Therapy Dog Team

“STEELLLA!!!” When guests at Transitional Care of Arlington Heights (TCAH) call out “Steellla!” they are not channeling their inner Stanley Kalowski (as famously played by Marlon Brando in “Streetcar Named Desire”). Rather, they are affectionately greeting their favorite canine therapist, Stella, a six-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier. “We offer animal therapy visits about twice a month,” says Sarah Walker, TCAH […]

Meet the Therapist

Lindsey Cussen, DPT, Lead Therapist for Medically Complex Lindsey Cussen loves her job! The lead therapist for the Medically Complex department at Transitional Care of Arlington Heights (TCAH) rather matter-of-factly says, “Coming to TCAH was the best decision I made. Everybody here cares about each and every guest, and everybody is happy.” Lindsey, who earned her undergraduate and Doctor […]

Prepare for “Independence at Home.”

Transitional Care of Arlington Heights is raising the bar for post-acute care. Customer satisfaction results, as measured by Pinnacle Quality Insight satisfaction surveys, report that overall customer satisfaction at Transitional Care of Arlington Heights exceeds national “Best in Class” standards. Here’s what “Best in Class” quality means to our guests and their families:   “Following back surgery, my two weeks […]

Get stronger. Get better. And GO HOME!

Orthopedic Transitional Care For Margaret Partipilo, RN, MSN-BC and unit manager with the Transitional Care of Arlington Heights Orthopedic Care program, every day is an adventure. A self-professed healthcare junky since the age of 17, three decades (and then some!) later, she fully appreciates the magnitude of the situations with which she is presented and her opportunity to serve. […]

Therapy Matters!

 The TCAH Therapy team is comprised of Physical and Occupational Therapists and Speech/Language Pathologists.   Physical Therapists specialize in restoring functional mobility through individualized treatment plans. The treatment program promotes independence through a variety of activities and exercises to target specific areas such as strength, coordination and pain management. All plans focus on improving movement and increasing strength for […]

Orthopedic Care at TCAH

Meet the Therapist Amy Miller, MPT, GCS, CLT-LANA Lead Therapist for Orthopedic Care “I can’t imagine doing anything else for a career” Ironically, Amy Miller, lead therapist for the Orthopedic Care program at TCAH, managed to escape childhood and adolescence without any broken bones.  Although her skeletal system remains fully intact, she still has plenty of first-hand experience with […]