Lake Regional Home Health provides quality care for people of all ages within the comfort and convenience of their own home. Home health care requires a team effort. Physicians, nurses, aides, rehab therapists, social workers, dietitians and family members provide patients with an effective treatment plan for a safe, positive recovery.
All home care is considered intermittent care. That means that the patient, a family member or other caregiver must be able to provide necessary care during the hours that a Home Health staff member is not in the home.
The goal of Home Health is that the skilled professional comes into the home to teach the patient, family member or other caregiver in the handling of dressings, medication, I.V.s, etc. The plan of care is very individualized.
- Skilled Nursing
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Patient/Caregiver Education
- Home Health Aide
- Medical/Social Worker
You qualify for home health services if the following criteria have been met.
- the care has been ordered by your physician
- you have a skilled health need resulting from illness or injury that requires the care of a registered nurse or rehabilitation therapist
- you can be cared for safely in your home
Home health costs often are covered by private health insurance programs, Medicare, Medicaid, veterans’ insurance, workers’ compensation and automobile insurance. For more information on Medicaid and Medicare coverage, click the links below.
Lake Regional Home Health is licensed and certified by Medicare/Medicaid to provide intermittent skilled care to homebound patients in Camden, Miller and parts of Morgan counties. It also is accredited by The Joint Commission.If you have concerns that cannot be resolved by the Home Health manager, you may contact The Joint Commission's Office of Quality Monitoring at 630-792-5000 or 800-994-6610, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, call 573-302-2860.