What is Home Health

  • When you receive Home Healthcare, your nurse and therapist will come to your home as opposed to you going to a healthcare facility to see them. The clinicians will provide healthcare services based on a weekly schedule that is determined in the Plan of Care. Typically, you will receive a few visits per week. The clinicians will report your progress to your doctor, who will oversee your care.
  • Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).
  • If you have recently been discharged from a healthcare faclity or if you have needs that do not require acute care in a hospital, home health be a great option for you.

Common Diagnoses

We can help with almost any non-acute medical situation. However, if there is a medical emergency, then you should call 911 immediately because we do not provide emergency care. Some of the most common diagnoses we care for are listed below.



(Catheters & Ports)


Feeding Tube
(G-tube & J-tube)

Heart Disease

High Blood Pressure

IV Infusion

Lung Disease
such as COPD


Physical Therapy

Personal Care
(Bathing & Grooming)

Stroke Rehab

Wounds: Surgical
& Pressure Ulcers