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Nurse Making Home Visit To Senior Hispanic Woman

Home Health Care services are designed for individuals who are going through recovery, home rehabilitation, post-surgery transition or senior living. A reliable crew of healthcare professionals carries out this program to your homes or your preferred living environment.

You will be assisted or attended to by nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, home health aides, personal care assistants, speech pathologists, case managers and certified caregivers with the following home health care support programs:

To ask about availability, eligibility and schedules for the above home health care programs, please contact us at 909-989-7700.


We offer multiple programs, covering the entire scope of home health needs as well as home making services. These services are provided under the licensed category of home health agency service.

Skilled Registered Nurses & Licensed Vocational Nurses

The Registered and Licensed Nurses are highly trained and experienced in caring for the patient in their home.

The services of Nurses include but are not limited to:

  • Management and implementation of Physician Plan of Treatment
  • Interaction with patient’s family/caregiver regarding patient care
  • Evaluate patient and communicate to physician regarding changes in patient’s condition
  • Teach and train patient and family/caregiver how to manage treatment regimen

Professional Nursing Visits include:

  • Complex Wound Care
  • Diabetic Care and Teaching
  • Infusion Therapy (IV medications, TPN, Chemotherapy)
  • Catheter Care
  • Enteral Care (Tube Feeding)
  • Ostomy Care
  • Phlebotomy
  • Constipation Management for Patient on Pain Medication
  • Medication Teaching and Management
  • Patient and Family Education on Disease Process
  • Cardiac Care
  • Pulmonary Care
  • Geriatric Care
  • Management of Care Plan
  • Basic Nursing Care

Medical Social Workers
The Medical Social Worker meets with the patient and family/caregiver and helps them to make adjustments to the impact of illness.

The services of Medical Social Workers include but are not limited to:

  • Assess social and emotional factors related to patient’s illness
  • Provide information about community resources available for patient
  • Assess patient’s psychological needs and communicate with home health professionals
  • Assess relationship of patient’s medical and nursing requirements to the individual’s home situation
  • Assist in helping the patient reach independence

Home Health Aides
The Home Health Aide performs routine duties in caring for the patient in their home. They are qualified to provide personal care, exercise and ambulation, assist in therapeutic services, and accomplish some household services essential for health care at home.

The services of Home Health Aides include but are not limited to:

  • Assist patient in meeting personal hygiene needs
  • Prepare meals and assist with eating (if necessary)
  • Provide some household services necessary for healthcare at home
  • Assist with medications that are ordinarily self-administered
  • Assist patient with ambulation using proper body mechanics
  • Assist with routine maintenance exercises

Speech Therapy
The Speech Pathologist works with patients diagnosed as having problems with speech, memory, audiology, and swallowing disorders.

The services of Speech Pathologists include but are not limited to:

  • Assess patient’s rehabilitation needs with regards to speech and language disorders
  • Assist to improve patient’s ability to independently carry out communicative activities
  • Coordinate with patient’s physician for the plan of treatment
  • Instruct patient, family or caregiver in therapeutic procedures

Physical Therapy
The Physical Therapist uses the latest techniques and equipment to assist the patient to achieve the most complete possible recovery in the shortest period of time.

The services of Physical Therapists include but are not limited to:

  • Assess patient’s needs by objective tests and measurements
  • Assist patient with therapeutic exercises
  • Gait training
  • Coordinate physical therapy with home health professionals

Occupational Therapy
The Occupational Therapist uses productive or creative activity to treat or rehabilitate physically disabled people.

The services of Occupational Therapists include but are not limited to:

  • Assess patient’s rehabilitation needs
  • Implement therapeutic program to improve level of independence of patient
  • Coordinate with physician for plan of treatment

Contact us TODAY to see if you qualify for any of these programs!
To ask about availability, eligibility and schedules for the above home health care programs, please contact us at 909-989-7700.