As your home health care provider we are always here to assist you. Please notify us if you have any health related issues, changes in your care needs, changes in your schedule or to discuss health, medication or equipment needs.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - We are using Universal Precautions to help ensure your safety when receiving care. Your home health care aides and nurses are instructed to wear a face mask and wash their hands and wear gloves when providing your personal care and cleaning. You should also be wearing a face mask or shield when the staff is in your home, when leaving your home and if you have other people visiting at any time, for your own protection. If you have any questions, concerns, or needs please call the office.
Notify the office if you have any of these symptoms:
Coronavirus: Fever/Cough/ Shortness of Breath/ Severe Headache/ loss of taste or smell
Flu: Fever/Cough/Runny or Stuffy Nose/ Body Aches/ Fatigue/Sore Throat/ Headache
Allergies: Sneezing/Runny or Stuffy Nose/ Irritated Eyes/ Wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath
Staff are instructed to notify the office if they have any cold or flu symptoms.
Please stay home and limit your contact with friends and neighbors for your own protection.
We truly care about you as our client. We want you to have the services that you need. To best serve you we need you to work with us. Your RN Care Manager or our Director of Home Care are always available to take your call. Please do not call your staff directly for your service needs, always call our office so we can assist you at anytime.
Call 911 in the event of an emergency- if you are hurt or experiencing chest pains. Notify our office if you go to the hospital/ER for any reason and if you have an injury or fall. We must be notified within 4hrs of any injury, incident, or Hospital / ER visit.
Flu shots are now available. Check with your doctor or local pharmacy to arrange for your flu vaccination for the 2020-21 season.