THERAPY PROVIDERS OF AMERICA, INC.
Therapy Providers of America, Inc. was established
to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services to patients who were
not being appropriately serviced by either outpatient clinics or home
Therapy Providers of America, Inc. is a unique provider of rehabilitation. Comprehensive rehabilitation services are at nursing homes, facilities for the developmentally delayed, outpatient clinics, work sites, and within the patientís own home.
Therapy Providers of America, Inc. was founded by Mashkoor Ali-Khan, who is a Licensed Physical Therapist within Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.
Mr. Ali-Khan received his Associate Degree in Pharmacy at Ferris State University located in Michigan. His B.S. Degree in Physical Therapy was achieved through the Chicago Medical School, and post-graduate courses at Northwestern University.
Mr. Ali-Khan began his internship at Christ Hospital and Medical
Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois. Upon completing his internship, he was
offered the position of Staff Physical Therapist and accepted this
position. He left Christ Hospital as a Staff Physical Therapist.
Mr. Ali-Khan received his experience in Rehabilitative Therapy
working as an independent contractor through Christ Hospital and Medical
Center, Evanston Hospital, Lake Forest Hospital, Mercy Hospital and
Outpatient Clinic and St. Francis Medical Center. Mr. Ali-Khan left
Christ Hospital as Senior Physical Therapist to begin his own treatment
center, Home Therapy Associates, Ltd. Home Therapy Associates, Ltd.
contracted over forty-five therapists rendering physical therapy,
occupational therapy, speech pathology and medical social work services
to patients within the Chicagoland area.
As Administrator and President of Therapy Providers of America, Inc., Mr. Ali-Khan serves in an administrative capacity for a number of organizations.
Mr. Ali-Khanís responsibility as Administrator and President of Therapy Providers of America, Inc.
is to manage the business affairs and the overall operation of the
agency. He is also accountable to the Board of Directors for the
organization and operation of the company.
His administrative responsibility is to assure the delivery of
quality services according to agency policies, and in compliance with
applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations.
Administrative Challenges Include:
- Participation as Board of Director to provide assistance in the direction and management of numerous home health agencies.
- Develops standard(s) which ensure safe and therapeutically effective service to patients.
- Recruits, interviews and selects personnel to allow for adequate
staff, and recommends appointment, promotion and termination of
- Develops organizational charts depicting current services and lines of authority down to the patient care level.
- Reviews maintenance policies and procedure manuals making revisions and modifications as necessary.