Home Health


Home Health is a program that provides medical treatment for an illness or injury, with the goal of helping you recover, regain your independence and become as self-sufficient as possible.



  • Disease/Diagnosis education and Management such as heart failure, COPD, etc.
  • Infusion therapy
  • Peripheral IV Insertion/maintenance
  • PICC, Port-A-Cath, and Broviac line care
  • IV Antibiotic, IM Antibiotics, & TPN/Lipids
  • IV Hydration
  • Medication management
  • Post-operative care
  • Wound care including wound vacs, post-operative wounds, decubitus, and post-skin grafting procedures
  • Pain management including but not limited to medications, sub-cutaneous pain pumps, IV pain pumps, and monitoring
  • Urinary and supra-pubic catheter care, routine catheter changes and, monitoring/teaching to prevent urinary tract infection
  • Laboratory draws
  • Diabetic teaching and/or insulin pump management



  • Bathing, dressing, and grooming assistance
  • Meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping



  • Strengthening exercises
  • Balance training
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Fall prevention and safety education



  • Post-stroke rehabilitation
  • Training for improved home safety
  • Exercises to promote independence
  • Allen Cognitive testing program
  • Home safety evaluations



  • Speech training
  • Swallowing exercises
  • Cognitive rehabilitation



  • Medicare/Medicaid patients are required to be “home-bound” which means it is a considerable and taxing effort for you to leave your home or you are unable to leave your home unassisted.
  • You must have a “skilled need” which means the services you need in your home are to be provided by a licensed professional.
  • Services must be ordered by a physician




  • We accept payment for services from Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Administration, and most private insurances.
  • If you are an eligible beneficiary of Medicare, there is no cost to you for our services.
  • Some insurers may require Pre- Authorization, and services may be subject to deductibles, co-insurance, and co-pays. They also may limit the number and/or type of home visits we can provide.
  • We will work with your insurance company to develop a plan that will work for you.




  • Contact your Primary Care Physician and request Home Health services.
  • Remember, federal law states that you have the right to choose your home health agency.
  • Once the physician sends us an order, our nurse will contact you within the same day to set an appointment.
  • The nurse will then come to your home for a full head to toe assessment in order to address all your needs. We will work with you to develop a plan of care that meets your goals and ours.
  • We will communicate with your Primary Care Provider regarding your care and updates about your progress.
  • Visits from your Home Health team are based on;
    • Your individual needs
    • Your doctor’s orders
  • And your progression of meeting goals