Transitional Care Physicians of America Announces Seasoned Clinical Leader Priti Jindal, MD, as Chief Medical Officer

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Today, Transitional Care of Physicians of America (TCPA), one of the largest provider groups in Georgia delivering value-based care for homebound, elderly patients, announces Dr. Priti Jindal, MD, as the new Chief Medical Officer, responsible for leading clinical operations and quality of care.

Today, Transitional Care of Physicians of America (TCPA), one of the largest provider groups in Georgia delivering value-based care for homebound, elderly patients, announces Dr. Priti Jindal, MD, as the new Chief Medical Officer, responsible for leading clinical operations and quality of care.

Before joining TCPA, Dr. Jindal served as Chief Medical Officer for Five Star Senior Living, one of the nation’s largest senior living facility operators. During her tenure at Five Star, Dr. Jindal set organizational standards for clinical delivery and drove efforts to improve the quality of clinical care provided in their facilities.

With over 20 years of experience as a practicing physician in acute, post-acute, and senior living environments, Dr. Jindal recognizes the importance of driving high clinical quality in the senior population. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and is a graduate of St. George’s University School of Medicine and the University of Virginia.

“Dr. Jindal is a well-regarded clinician and leader in delivering care for elderly patients,” said Dr. Amar Mohan, MD, Founder and CEO at TCPA. “Dr. Jindal’s depth of knowledge will position her for success in this role. I’m confident that she will be able to further improve the quality of care we deliver and accelerate our efforts to deliver value-based care at scale.”

About TCPA

Transitional Care Physicians of America (TCPA) partners with leading skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities to improve healthcare transitions and long-term care. TCPA’s unique, team-based care model complements primary care, maximizes care coordination, and enables early identification and response to healthcare risks. Our approach improves clinical outcomes, reduces healthcare costs, and enables our providers to develop meaningful personal relationships with their patients and focus on proactive, whole-person care. For more information, please visit http://www.tcpamd.org

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