The following section includes the most commonly asked questions by those who contact our office by phone or by email. If your question is not answered here, please do not hesitate to email or call us.
1. What is a home health care nurse and what kind of services do they provide in the home?
A home care nurse goes out to a patient’s home under orders given to the agency from the patient’s primary doctor. She provides intermittent care for things like wounds, medication management and so forth and works in collaboration with the primary care doctor to provide continuing care for whatever condition home health care is needed for. We only send registered nurses (RNs) into the home.
2. How do I obtain your home care services?
Your primary care doctor must determine whether or not you qualify for home care services. If he or she determines that you do need home care, you would give them our name and contact information and they would contact us. Once we receive the necessary paperwork, you would receive a call from us to set up the first appointment.
Please see our Contact Us page for our phone and fax numbers.
3. I need a nurse to come to my home to provide services such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, bathing etc… Do you provide that?
Caregivers provide those types of needs and while we do not provide them, we refer to another agency Please see the Contact Us page for a referral.
4. I need another service other than nursing. What other services or disciplines do you provide?
We provide physical therapy services, speech therapy services, and home health aide services.
5. What kind of insurance do you accept?
We accept Medicare, Medi-Cal, and other private insurance on a case by case basis.
6. Are you currently hiring for positions in your agency?
No. But registered nurses (RNs) and certified home health aides (HHAs) are more than welcome to submit their resumes to the email address listed on the Contact Us page.