Home health care is a range of medical and supportive services delivered at home to individuals who are recuperating from an illness, surgery, or managing chronic conditions.

Individuals recovering from surgery, managing chronic diseases, undergoing rehabilitation therapies, or those who need nursing care for wound dressings, injections, or other medical needs can benefit from home health services.

Our trained professionals provide skilled nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social services, and home health aide assistance.

Home health care works directly under a doctor’s orders. It’s typically part of a comprehensive care plan that your doctor will oversee.

Most health insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, cover home health services. Our staff can help verify your coverage and discuss any potential out-of-pocket costs.

The frequency of home health visits is determined by the specific needs of the patient and the care plan prescribed by their doctor.

Yes, our home health aides can assist with daily personal activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming to maintain independence at home.

While both services provide assistance at home, home health care is clinical medical care provided by skilled medical professionals, whereas personal care services include non-medical help like bathing, cleaning, and meal preparation.

Services can usually begin within 48 hours of a doctor’s referral. We strive to accommodate urgent needs as quickly as possible.

Absolutely. Family members are encouraged to be involved and can work with the home health team to support the patient’s care.

Our team includes licensed professionals such as registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, therapists, and certified home health aides.

We adhere to all HIPAA regulations, ensuring that your medical information is kept confidential and only used to provide you with high-quality care

Our home health staff are trained to handle emergencies and will follow the emergency protocols established in the care plan, including contacting emergency services if needed.

Quality of care is monitored through regular assessments, care plan reviews, and patient satisfaction surveys to ensure the highest standard of service.

Yes, you have the right to choose your home health agency. It is important to select an agency that is licensed, provides the services you need, and is compatible with your insurance provider.

We offer resources, education, and respite care services to support caregivers in their vital role.

Home health services are flexible and can be provided on a temporary basis until you recover or your situation changes.

Certainly. Our skilled professionals can help manage and monitor chronic conditions such as heart disease, COPD, diabetes, and more, often preventing unnecessary hospitalizations.

Evaluation Questionnaire: Is Home Health Care Right for You?

Considering if home health care aligns with your or your loved one’s needs? Our thoughtful evaluation questionnaire assists in making that determination, offering insights and a way to receive personalized guidance.