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Meet Our Team

The Post-Acute Care Team


BJC Accountable Care Organization’s (ACO) post-acute care team provides continuity of care as patients transition from the hospital to post-acute care/skilled nursing facility and then back to their home setting.

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Amrita Singh, MD

About Me

Amrita Singh, MD, is part of the post-acute care program of BJC Accountable Care Organization (ACO).

As a member of the post-acute care team, Dr. Singh provides care as a ‘transitionalist,’ to provide better quality, decreased cost, and an improved patient experience. The goal of the team is to provide continuity of care as patients transition from the hospital to post-acute care or a skilled nursing facility and then back to their home setting.

Dr. Singh is a highly trained and experienced geriatrician who provides easy access for patients during this critical time. She received her medical degree from Government Medical College. She completed her internship and residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago. She also completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

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Care Partners


Adam Mayhew, RN, BSN

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Hello, my name is Adam and I work as a care partner to support patients transitioning from hospital to home by offering them assistance with medications, follow up appointments, and therapies. I also assist patients with chronic health care needs who may not have had a recent hospitalization, but may benefit from an additional layer of nursing support. I work closely with patients’ physicians for continuity of care and timely management of health care issues.

Alison Lowe RN, LCSW, CCM

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Hello my name is Alison. As a care partner, I act as a resource to patients and their families. I can help coordinate services that patients receive and communicate with your doctor’s office directly when needed.  I am here to provide education and support.

Amy Eime, MHA, BABA

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Hello, my name is Amy. I provide support over the phone to patients with a variety of needs and help patients transition from the hospital and emergency room to home. I assist in communicating with patients providers, ensure patients have a follow-up appointment scheduled, answer patient questions and concerns and provide education and resources to help patients manage their health.

Arielle Kniffen, MSW, LCSW

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The first thing people usually ask me is if I was named after Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Ariel; the answer is no. When I was born my mother was on a Shakespeare kick and named me after a sprite from Shakespeare’s play The Tempest. I am a nature enthusiast and I love hiking, camping, kayaking and exploring. One of my biggest travel dreams is to explore the Amazon River with my husband.

Brittany Wooten, LPN

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I am a patient advocate and reach out to patients that have been discharged from the emergency department and/or the hospital. I provide health education, involving their medications and answer any questions they may have, in regards to the recent visit. I also will reach out to any providers that need to urgently reach the patient, along with scheduling. My main objective in this job/position is to care for my patients and not let any concerns or questions go unanswered.