Home Health

What is Home Health Care

Following surgery or an acute illness or injury, Doctor ordered Home Health Care is a resource that can help you regain your independence and become as self-sufficient as possible. Home Health care gives you the ability to recuperate in the place you feel most comfortable while receiving the treatment and assistance you need from skilled healthcare professionals.

Doctor ordered Medical Home Health Care is provided for a limited time, as determined by an individualized plan of care.

Home Health provides comprehensive services for people who need help while:

Recovering from illness, injury or surgery
Managing chronic disease
Dealing with multiple diagnoses

In Home Rehabilitation Services:

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy

Our highly skilled and experienced team of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists provide at-home rehabilitation that can get you back on track after a hospitalization, joint surgery, cardiac, stroke, or pulmonary event. With therapy, exercise programs, adaptive devices, and individualized interventions, we will assist you in reaching the highest possible level of independence, all in the comfort of your own home.

Let our rehabilitation therapy team assist you in reaching your goals with a specialized program that meets your individual needs.

Interested in learning more about how in-home rehabilitation can benefit you, please contact us today!

Behavioral Health Services

The emotional impact of illness, surgery, or a terminal diagnosis can be profound, sometimes causing severe side effects like depression or anxiety. At Aegis, we recognize this, and we are here to help through our behavioral health services.

In coordination with your primary care physician, our behavioral health team can assist you with managing your physical symptoms AND your mental well-being. Through medication management, counseling interventions, breathing techniques, and more, we’ll treat the emotional and behavioral symptoms that accompany your physical illness. Together, we’ll help you maintain your quality of life, emotional stability, and independence even in the face of a challenging diagnosis.

Feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed by a new diagnosis or chronic illness, please contact us at Aegis.

Millions of people throughout the United States struggle with the challenges of chronic disease management every day, from COPD and diabetes to congestive heart failure and cancer; chronic diseases and conditions can make even the simplest things in life seem difficult.

Aegis believes that a chronic disease diagnosis should not mean the end of your independence and freedom. Working with your primary care physician, our chronic disease management program will help you to manage your disease and decrease hospitalizations so you can continue living your best life. Our knowledgeable medical staff will equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to manage your disease effectively.

Find out how our patient-centered approach to chronic disease management can help you manage your symptoms and maintain your independence and freedom. Contact us today to learn more.

When serious illness strikes, Intravenous or IV therapy assures that medication circulates through the body rapidly. IV therapy can be used to treat dehydration, malnourishment, a severe drop in blood pressure, and many other conditions and afflictions. It can also provide emergency delivery of certain medications to patients.

At Aegis, our skilled and experienced clinicians ensure the proper insertion and monitoring of IV in the home setting, providing high-level care where our patients feel most comfortable.

Learn more about how our personalized in-home IV Therapy services can improve your quality of life. Contact us today!

There are many types of wounds that can damage the skin, from minor cuts and abrasions to deep punctures and lacerations. While some are more serious than others, all wounds can leave you susceptible to infection, making wound care incredibly important.

Aegis recognizes the dangers that wounds can pose, specifically for patients with diabetes, poor circulation or who are on dialysis or have compromised immune systems. These patients are at a higher risk of infection. In order to minimize complications and promote healing, it’s incredibly important to ensure these wounds are treated and cared for correctly.

Our certified Wound Care Nurses are experienced in treating wounds of all kinds. As skilled clinicians, they will help to prevent infection and ease your pain as you recover from difficult skin wounds.

Contact us today to learn more about our wound care services.

Lymphedema Treatment

Lymphedema can be caused by chemotherapy or other treatments that impact the lymphatic system. Swelling can develop immediately or appear months after treatment as a result of fluid build-up. This collection of fluid prevents the delivery of oxygen and essential nutrients to the swollen area, providing a medium for bacteria to grow while increasing your risk of infection.

Aegis offers Lymphedema treatment to help patients treat and reduce the swelling. Our clinicians are trained to help reduce swelling, improving your mobility.

If you or a love one might benefit from Lymphedema treatment please contact us.

What to Expect

Aegis Home Health provides hands-on care to teach patients and caregivers everything they need to know in order to manage their care at home. We are available 24/7, so you can rest easy knowing that you can count on Aegis.

Some things to expect from Aegis Home Health:

Physician-directed home visits from our team of compassionate healthcare professionals

Education and support to teach patients and their caregivers to manage care at home

A 24/7 nurse hotline for consultation or to arrange a home visit

Professional staff who seamlessly coordinate care

A wide array of services including nursing, physical therapy and rehabilitation, speech therapy and palliative care

Your Home Health Team

The patient’s home health care team will include a doctor to direct the care and nursing professionals to administer, plus the following depending on need and plan of care.

  • A nurse to evaluate and report to the physician about the patient, provide hands-on care and teach the patient and caregiver about their condition and how to treat and control pain, plus administer medication.
  • A physical therapist, occupational therapist and/or speech pathologist to develop and implement a coordinated rehabilitation plan based on the patient’s physical needs and goals.
  • A home health aide to help with personal care including bathing and dressing.
  • A social worker to provide short-term counseling and advice for resource planning and long-term care arrangement.

Paying for Home Healthcare

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