What Does "Homebound" mean?
Medicare considers you homebound if you meet these criteria:
1. You need the help of another person or medical equipment such as crutches, a walker or a wheelchair to leave your home.
Your doctor believes that your health or illness could get worse if you leave your home.
Leaving home for medical treatment, religious services or to attend a licensed or accredited adult day care center does not put your homebound status at risk.
Leaving home for short periods of time or for special non-medical events, such as a family reunion, funeral or graduation, will also not keep you from being considered homebound.
Taking an occasional trip to the barber or beauty parlor is also allowed.
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Who Is Home Health For ?
Our Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Services would benefit; Homebound individuals with wounds from falls and surgeries, bed sores and diabetic foot ulcers and senior citizen patients needing medication management. For a full list of Our Services, check our "Services" Page.
What Is Wound Care?
Wound care for elderly and homebound patients comprising of varying treatments from a Licensed Nurse to; prevent infection, stop bleeding and increase healing time for patients with; skin tears, blisters and bed sores.
What kind of Insurance do I need?
We accept Medicare, Medicaid and Private Insurance.
What Is Home Health?
Home Health is a wide range of healthcare that can be provided in your home for an illness or injury.
Home Health is usually less expensive and more convenient, and just as effective as care you could get in a hospital or Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF).