Skilled nursing is a term that refers to a patient’s need for care or treatment that can only be done by licensed nurses to address a medical condition. Our team of Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses go above and beyond to provide the best possible health care in the comfort of our patient’s home. Our Skilled Nurses coordinate the patient’s plan of care, treat the condition, monitor progress and help the patient remain independent at home. Our skilled nursing services are inclusive of, but not limited to the following:
Patients transitioning home from the hospital following surgery, illness or injury having the right equipment and resources is important. DME is any medical device or supplies that are necessary for a person’s health, which can be used for a long-term basis. Our care team works hand-in-hand with insurance plans to determine all the requirements to identify the right products for the patient’s individual needs (Note: Durable Medical Equipment is limited to the item or equipment that adequately meets the patient’s medical need. Provision of the item will be determined by the patient’s health plan benefit and clinical criteria).
Not only can home medical equipment make the transition to home safer and easier, it can boost your independence and quality of life. Some common examples of durable medical equipment for home use includes:
When a patient is recovering from an injury or illness, a physical therapist can develop a plan of care to help a patient restore daily functional abilities as well as regain or strengthen the use of their muscles and joints. With home health physical therapy, a licensed therapist comes to your home to work with you, following a specific treatment plan. Through a combination of hands-on therapy and guided exercises, physical therapists help patients transition to independence in daily living activities. Our Physical Therapy services are inclusive of, but not limited to the following:
For homebound patients, a home health Occupational Therapist can help a patient regain the ability to perform active daily living functions after an injury or illness. The Occupational Therapist brings these services directly to patients in their home environments to help improve daily function and gain independence. Occupational therapy may be provided as a home health service in conjunction with other skilled disciplines like physical therapy, skilled nursing or speech therapy. Our Occupational Therapy services are inclusive of, but not limited to the following:
Our Certified Home Health Aide provides services under the supervision of our nursing and therapy team. Our Home Health Aide provides hands-on care to help patients with personal care and activities of daily living. Our home health aides may provide the following services:
Communication is important for maintaining a good quality of life. When an injury or illness affects the ability to speak clearly and effectively, a speech therapist can help a patient regain the ability to communicate clearly. Our home health speech therapists evaluate, treat, train and educate patients with swallowing and communication disorders in the comfort of the patient’s home. Our Speech Therapy services are inclusive of, but not limited to the following:
Our Medical Social Workers help patients overcome some of the things that can get in the way of recovering from an illness or injury. Our Medical Social Workers perform home assessments to identify social, emotional, and financial concerns of the family & patient. Our Medical Social services are inclusive of, but not limited to the following:
Our care goes far beyond our visits, we often become “a part of the family” because of our team’s dedication and commitment. Our team of highly-trained specialists work closely together to coordinate a seamless care experience for our patients and their family. You can feel confident knowing your care team is available 24/7—including evenings, weekends, and holidays.