We accept various types of insurances. Please contact us at (818) 894-8974 to find out your eligibility for services and how soon we can provide services for you.
Rates vary depending on so many variables so it is best to speak with us so we can get a better understanding of what specific care is best for you. Please contact us at (818) 894-8974 .
Our main priority is to ensure that you feel the most comfortable with the service we are providing. If you do not feel comfortable with who we send out, just give us a call and we will do what we can to send out someone else. As we said before, we can setup a meet
Our dedicated home healthcare staff is fully screened and credentialed, and has experience providing care for patients with a variety of ailments. All nurses are expected to upkeep their skills and continue to grow by attend monthly in services and additional training led by the Director of Nursing.
The best way to get more information is to contact us at (818)894-8974. You will be able to speak to a specialist who can help navigate all of your questions.
Below is what you can expect during the admission process: Doctor Prescribes Home Health Meeting with Patient to Confirm: Address for home setting Contact information Primary Care Physician Establish Start Date Confirm Insurance Coverage Initial Call from Customer Service First In-Home Appointment Create Individualized Care Plan Setup Number & Frequency of Visits
Home Health is skilled medical care provided in a patient’s home. Services are performed by skilled medical professionals and typically include skilled nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. For more details read our article on Home Heath.
Although they seem one in the same, home health and home care differ. Home health is initiated by a doctor’s orders and it involves medical care by licensed professionals such as a registered nurse or therapist. The services are typically covered by a patient’s medical insurance. One the other hand, home care refers to non-medical