Transitional Care of Arlington Heights (TCAH) extended its reach and is now a part of Northwestern Medicine’s Preferred Provider Network. As such, TCAH is a part of an integrated network that provides seamless, high quality, post-acute care to Northwestern Medicine clients, including patients from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Central DuPage Hospital and Lake Forest Hospital.
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 [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
Fun Facts About the TCAH Therapy Team Julia Buchler M.S. CCC-SLP Director of Therapy “Every day is a great day for therapy!” Transitional Care of Arlington Heights (TCAH) guests can count on the finest expertise, equipment, evidence-based practices, facilities and therapists who are certified in multiple modalities as well as a friendly face and the encouragement they need, to [...]
First Transitional Care of Arlington Heights Guest is as Good as New Following a “Two-fer” Total Knee Replacement Following a major car accident 27 years ago, Alan Itzkowitz, 67, an architect from Buffalo Grove, Illinois, experienced knee complications that were decades in the making. “My knee pain eventually became intolerable,” he recalled. “It was just something I needed to [...]