At In-HomeCare America, we work as a team under the direction of your personal physician. We work with your physician to develop and execute the best plan of care for your healthcare needs. We never ask you to change physicians.
Having to travel and from a hospital or outpatient center for chemotherapy can be stressful and anxiety-inducing at a time when a cancer patient needs less stress and anxiety.
Our cardiovascular care program aims to reduce emergency room visits and hospital admissions for cardiac patients, while helping restore them to maximum ability. We treat cardiac patients with congestive heart failure, hypertension, myocardial infarction, coronary artery disease, S/P CABG or aortic valve replacement. Our program includes:
Infusion therapy is the administration of medications directly into the bloodstream by IV or by a tube inserted into the patient’s intestine or stomach. Some of the more common infusion therapies include chemotherapy, total parenteral nutrition (TPN), enteral nutrition, administration of antibiotics and steroids, and hydration therapy—all delivered by In-HomeCare America in the less costly, familiar comfort of your home.
How To Get Started
If you are a patient, the first step to beginning home health care with In-HomeCare America is requesting a referral for home healthcare from your physician or hospital discharge planner. Family members of patients who need home health care services may also request a referral.
Medical professionals can refer patients to us by phone, fax or completing the referral form located here.
Once your referral has been received, In-HomeCare will send a registered nurse or therapist to your home for an assessment and begin the admission process.
Why Home Health Care?
Care in the more comfortable, less costly environment of home.
Care supervised by your own personal physician.
Medicare pays 100% for qualified patients.
Multiple visits spread over weeks or months to ensure recovery proceeds according to plan.
Health and safety strategies taught in the environment in which they will be used --the home itself.
Rehabilitation for stroke and other challenges goes more smoothly when completed in the home.