Home is more than a place. It’s the people we share it with. It’s a feeling of security and comfort. It’s our retreat from the stresses and pressures of the world. So naturally, when we are recovering from an illness, injury, surgery, or coping with a new disability, home is where we’d like to be.
We recognize the important role home plays in health, which is why we are dedicated to helping you and your loved ones heal at home. Our team of highly-skilled health professionals are chosen for their compassion and commitment to care, undergoing rigorous background checks to ensure that only the most dependable and trustworthy staff serve you. Together we work with you, your physician, and family to help make the transition from hospital or facility to home a smooth one.
Home Health Care?
Home health care helps prevent rehospitalization, postpone institutionalization, and reduce the need for urgent care.
Home health care is one-on-one care tailored to your specific needs.
Home health care is care designed around your schedule, in the comfort and privacy of your home.
Home health care costs less than hospital or facilitycare. Medicare pays 100% for qualified patients.
Home health care reduces stress for patients andcaregivers, while allowing patients to heal at homewith their families and loved ones.
Home health care helps promote safety through fall prevention programs, rehabilitation, and limiting exposure to illnesses such as the flu that might present an obstacle to a recovering patient’s health.
How We Help
You don’t always have to leave home to access many of the services found in hospitals and facilities. Our varied team of healthcare professionals, including nurses, therapists, aides, and medical social workers, can bring them home to you.
- Skilled Observation and Assessment
- Post-Surgical Care
- Wound Care
- Chronic Disease Management
- Pain Management
- Catheter Care and Ostomy Care
- Medication Teaching and Management
- Patient and Caregiver Education
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
- Fall Injury Prevention
- Resource Coordination
- Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
- Light Housekeeping
Who We Help
People turn to our home health services for helpwith the following:
- Reducing the length of a stay in a hospital or nursing home
- Managing wounds
- Post-surgical care
- Monitoring of a health condition being treated at home, such as diabetes or CHF
- Adapting to a new disability at home
- Training with new medical equipment, a therapeutic diet, or medications.