About Us

Thank you for choosing TRANSITIONAL SURGICAL CARE. Our company is committed to providing you with a superior level of care in a friendly and personalized environment. Our company is dedicated to providing health care for our patients, with pleasant surroundings in a state-of-the-art facility.

The Total Joint to Outpatient Program (TJOP) is a program aimed at providing pre-and post operative treatment for total joint patients including in home therapy and nurse practitioner visits, physical therapy, evaluation, medical management, falls education, screening, and intervention for a successful transition from the hospital to home to outpatient therapy. The TJOP program will be utilized to treat the total joint patients directly from the hospital.

We are very proud of the relationships that we have established with our surgeons and patients. The physicians and staff at TRANSITIONAL SURGICAL CARE are focused on maintaining your trust and confidence. We are especially honored that our patients have referred so many of their friends and relatives to our company. We look forward to making lasting relationships with every patient we meet and treat.

Dedicated to Excellence

We hold ourselves to a high level of excellence in every aspect of our company. This includes the care we provide, the equipment we use, the health and safety protocols we follow, and the incidental services we offer. Above all, our aim is to provide each of our patients with an optimal experience.

Experienced Clinicians

Every one of our clinicians has completed extensive education and medical training as well as specialized training in their area(s) of expertise. They are license and certified professionals who hold memberships and fellowships in their professional organizations. Our clinicians are driven to constantly improve their knowledge and the services they provide, our staff frequently attend conferences and society meetings to learn about the latest advancements in the field and offer these techniques and technologies to our patients. In all of these ways and more, we are able to provide our patients with the highest quality of care.

The Importance of Patient Education

A key part of preventing a health care problem from progressing is being aware as to how they can develop. We strongly believe that patient education is an important part of the services we provide. In addition to talking with our patients during their exams, we have a ready supply of patient education materials such as brochures and information sheets we provide. We encourage our patients to read about their surgical conditions and ask us questions.

Patients have their own team of clinicians

This program is implemented with a team approach. Every team has a “Team Leader” and a “Nurse Practitioner”. The Team Leader is a Licensed Physical or Occupational Therapist. The purpose of the Team Leader role is to assess the clinical needs of the total joint patients and ensure the program is appropriate for each potential surgical patient. Team Leaders will be involved with every session and will conduct periodic clinical assessments to determine progress towards full recovery and independence.

The Team Leaders and Nurse Practitioners are responsible for coordinating the implementation and weekly details of the TJOP Program. Team Leaders run every therapy session for 3-4 weeks and serve as the primary contact for the patient. The Nurse Practitioner medically manages the patient through their full episode of care. There will be regular communication between the Team Leaders and the Nurse Practitioners throughout the full patient recovery. It is critical to the success of the TJOP program that the Team Leader and Nurse Practitioner build a strong relationship with the patient and the patient’s family to foster commitment to improving a successful and safe recovery.

Thank you for choosing Transitional Surgical Care to be your health care providers!

Please feel free to call us to make an appointment: 866-358-7481


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