We’re recognized in the top 5% in the nation for helping seniors on Medicare live better, recover faster and have a higher quality of life and independence at home (HomeCare Elite 2012). Our management team believes in utilizing the continuous quality improvement process. We aim to be the best adult focused home health care agency in the Tri-County area.
Insurances we accept: Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Private Insurances, Worker's Compensation, PPOM.
In 1993 we received an accreditation from Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) which we have consistently maintained.
Years of Experience
Central Home Health Care has been providing excellent care since 1985. We are full service provider utilizing nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social work, home health aides, registered dietitian services
Services We Provide
For your convenience, a Nursing Supervisor is on-call by telephone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak with you or your family member regarding patient and/or health care needs. After-hour visits are also available.
Homecare is for individuals who have an illness or injury that restricts their ability to leave their home.
COMMONLY TREATED PROBLEMS:
High blood pressure/hypertension, High blood sugar/diabetes, Unstable medical condition, Recent Fractures, New onset stroke (cerebrovascular accident), Frequent falls/poor walking ability, Open wound(s) (pressure and surgical), Arthritic pain, Bowel/Bladder problems (including catheter change), Repeat Hospitalization (fall prevention program, CHF-COPD monitoring programs) Joint Replacement Surgery, Orthopedic Diagnoses
Our excellent care can:
- Delay nursing home placement
-Improve your strength and independence in the community
-Rehabilitate you back to your previous functional abilities
post-operative care for joint replacement, fractures & other orthopedic cases (hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, wrist) combines skilled home nursing and physical therapy to help patients regain their joint range, strength, decrease pain, promote functionality and independence, and reduce chance of hospital re-admission.
Uncontrolled diabetes can cause many complications, including heart disease, stroke, kidney damage or kidney failure, nerve damage (neuropathy), eye damage (retinopathy), sexual dysfunction, and periodontal (gum) disease.Our registered nurse will instruct on disease process, order Glucameter & educate on medication administration, and ADA (American Diabetic Association ) diet. The nurse will also educate and monitor for foot ulcers, and blood glucose to ensure that the diabetes is well controlled. A complementary visit from a registered dietician is available to set up a meal plan if needed.
Taking proper care of your wound will help it heal. Our registered nurse will show you how to clean and dress the wound. He or she will also explain how to tell if the wound is healing normally.In addition to treating wounds, we educate the patient/family in obtaining appropriate wound care supplies and education on proper wound management (universal precaution, wound healing diet) to promote healing
Make a Referral
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