Transitional Care of Arlington Heights Earned 5-Star Rating from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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Transitional Care of Arlington Heights Earned 5-Star Rating from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services


Byline: Liana Allison

The new Transitional Care of Arlington Heights, 1200 North Arlington Heights Road, earned a 5-star rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for quality care. The new Transitional Care post-acute recovery center offers an alternative to nursing home-based rehabilitation services and provides short-term skilled nursing and physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation for patients who are transitioning out of the hospital or other acute care settings with the goal of returning home quicker and healthier.

"As the only stand-alone, purpose-built rehabilitation facility in the northwest suburbs, we are pleased to earn the highly coveted 5-star ranking from CMS," said Denise Norman, president of Transitional Care Management. "We offer physicians, patients and family members an alternative to the traditional subacute nursing home setting and provide exceptional, highly specialized care for our guests who come to us for their short-term, rehabilitative needs."

In addition to earning 5-star designation from CMS, the new Transitional Care of Arlington Heights recently earned Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval' for Nursing Care Center Accreditation and Post-Acute Care Certification and received "Best in Class" recognition for customer service that far exceeds national benchmarks based on independent Pinnacle satisfaction surveys. …

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