Transitions Care Expands into Toledo Metropolitan Area
Coming April 2022
Starting in April 2022, Transitions Care will begin providing primary care, symptom and chronic care management, and end of life care services to patients in the Toledo, Ohio metropolitan area.
Transitions Care offers the highest level of primary care, symptom and chronic care management, and end of life care to patients in the comfort of their own home. Since its inception in 2007, Transitions has continued to grow with a patient-centered mindset. Each patient and their family receives a customized care plan and a dedicated team of caregivers, which includes nurses, nurses aides, chaplains, nurse practitioners, dietitians, bereavement specialists and social workers – all of whom are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Founder and CEO, Jim Palazzo, expresses, “At Transitions, we are truly dedicated to the patient. Care should never be one-size-fits-all. We’re committed to providing 24/7 services wherever our patients are most comfortable. We’re always available, day or night, for our patients and their families, and that is what truly makes us different from other healthcare companies.” Currently serving patients in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, and Pennsylvania, Palazzo proudly announces he is “thrilled to take the next step to provide patient-focused care in Ohio,” affirming that the Transitions team will continue to “show how we differentiate our care by offering a uniquely personalized experience. We empower our patients to embrace life through our commitment to care and quality of living, no matter what.”
Patients and their families can learn more about Transitions Care services in the Toledo metro area by visiting www.transitionscare.com. If you would like to speak with someone directly about our care services, please contact James Dale, Director of Content Strategy, at 630-800-7979 or via email at [email protected]
Transitions Care was founded in 2007 by owner and founder Jim Palazzo under the Transitions Group conglomerate. Jim’s mission and vision was to create a comprehensive line of services that would care for chronically and terminally ill people in their homes. Today, the mission of Transitions is to maximize patients’ comfort and quality of life during the time they have remaining at the end-of-life. Care teams specialize in supporting individuals and families who are facing the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual challenges confronted when dealing with a chronic or terminal illness. At Transitions, #itsaboutliving! (website: http://transitionscare.com/)