Transitional care facilities move ahead in Lisle, Aurora
"We're very confident that we'll fill these facilities after we did the research prior to picking the locations," said Brad Haber, principal and co-founder of Innovative Health. "These areas demonstrate a need with a lot of growth expected."
The state approved both projects last May, and zoning permits were provided by Lisle and Aurora officials. Read More
By Russell Lissau of Daily Herald The private company that operates the Winchester House nursing home has plans to close the county-owned facility in Libertyville and build something new in Mundelein. If Lisle-based Transitional Care Management's $30 million proposal moves forward, it would officially mark the end of Lake County's long involvement with Winchester House, a relationship that goes back nearly 170 years. It also would create a modern medical facility in central Lake County, one especially designed for the region's older residents. "As the baby boomers age, it is important for communities to provide facilities that will meet their needs in the future," Mundelein Village Administrator John Lobaito said. "Although the plans are conceptual at this point, we are very excited about (TCM) choosing Mundelein as the place for their latest facility." (Read More)
Transitional Care of Arlington Heights is officially open! The 120-bed post-acute care center blends the best of both healthcare and hospitality and offers comfortable, holistic and clinically proven short-term rehabilitative care that helps bridge the distance between the hospital and your best life. Here guests can enjoy both the journey and the destination on the new road to recovery. Call 847-392-9000 to learn more or email referrals@transitional-
Join Transitional Care Management at its new Arlington Heights location for informative, interactive and complimentary CEU courses. Each month you’re invited to learn about trends in the healthcare field from the perspective of physicians, therapists and more! To register forupcoming courses, please RSVP to email@example.com.
By Melissa Silverberg of the Daily Herald
Officials at the first stand-alone short-term rehabilitation center in the Northwest suburbs say they hope a stay at the Arlington Heights facility will be more like a hotel visit than a hospital stay.
Transitional Care of Arlington Heights, 1200 N. Arlington Heights Road, has 120 beds in mostly private suites for patients who need a bridge between hospital and home while recovering from acute and chronic conditions. The $27 million facility, built in a little more than a year on the site of a former AT&T building, likely will start accepting its first patients in August. READ MORE...
Village officials joined the Transitional Care Management team at the ribbon-tying ceremony at the new Transitional Care of Arlington Heights. Pictured left to right are: Megan Mulherin, Administrator; Charles Ross, Chief Strategy Officer; Sarah Glumm, Chief Clinical Officer; Mike Filippo, Chief Operating Officer; Denise Norman, President; David Weiss, Managing Principal of Rangeline Companies; Brian Cloch, Chief Executive Officer; Thomas Hayes, Mayor of Arlington Heights; Randy Recklaus, Arlington Heights Village Manager; Thomas Glasgow, Village Trustee; Charles Witherington-Perkins, Director of Planning and Community Development for Arlington Heights; Carol Blackwood, Mike Sidor and Jim Tanaglia, Village Trustees; Michael Mertes, Arlington Heights Business Development Coordinator; and Robin LaBedz, Village Trustee. Over 200 guests enjoyed tours of the new center, sampled signature CuisineCare delights and celebrated the debut of the new post-acute care center that will offer short-term rehabilitative care for people who are bridging the distance between hospital and home.
Transitional Care Management of Arlington Heights welcomed Village representatives for a sneak peek of the first stand-alone, post-acute care center in the northwest suburbs. Pictured left to right: (front row) Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce representative Jim Platt, Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes, Village Trustee Robin LaBedz, State Representative Elaine Nekritz, TCAH Administrator Megan Mulherin and AH Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jon Ridler (back row) TCM Chief Strategy Officer Charles Ross and State Representative David Harris.
Transitional Care Management is honored to be chosen to support Aaron Lawlor and the Lake County Board’s vision to provide for high quality care and services for the residents of Lake County. http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-county-news-sun/news/ct-lns-winchester-house-st-0515-20150514-story.html