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Skilled Nursing2019-01-25T13:36:41-07:00

Skilled Nursing Care

When you are looking for home care for your loved one, Haven HHC skilled nursing care services offer an alternative to placement in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Our in-home nursing services are also available on a short-term basis for mothers and newborns, as well as individuals recuperating from surgery. Haven HHC’s professional home care nursing staff of RNs and LPNs provide comprehensive and coordinated in-home medical care that includes:

    • Nursing services.
    • Coordination of service with your primary care physician.
    • Health status assessments.
    • Wound care and dressing.
    • Medication and injection management.
    • IV management.
    • Blood draws for lab work.
    • Pre-surgery preparation.
    • Post-operative care.
    • Nutritional counseling.
    • Patient education.

Under the direction of the patient’s physician, our nurses provide individualized care that is tailored to each patient’s needs and abilities. We also offer specialized programs designed for patients who are living with congestive heart failure, diabetes and cancer.


The quality of our nurses, coupled with our state-of-the-art technology, ensures that our patients receive the most comprehensive care available. It’s all done in the comfort of patients’ homes so they can stay out of long-term recovery facilities and gain independence at home. Medicare-covered skilled nursing services may include, but are not limited to:

    • Infection prevention
    • Diabetes care and management
    • Observation and assessment
    • Education and training activities
    • Wound care
    • Pain management
    • Medication administration per Medicare guidelines
    • Evaluation of need for special devices and equipment for more mobility
    • Foley catheter care and management

Total care requires more than just medicine. Our medical social workers assist with community services and short-term counseling for families and patients receiving in-home health care. These services also include:

  • Assessment of impact of social and emotional factors
  • Assessment of patient’s non-skilled healthcare needs
  • Assistance with coordinating, obtaining and qualifying for community resources
PERSONAL. PROFESSIONAL.2019-01-25T13:19:15-07:00

Each experience should be personal. Our home health aides take care of each patient in a professional and respectful manner. Providing assistance with the activities of daily living is one of our specialties. These services may include getting in and out of bed, walking, bathing, and dressing. Anything that makes our patients feel more comfortable is important to us.

TOTAL WOUND TREATMENT.2019-01-25T13:19:57-07:00

Our wound care program provides specialized treatment for a wide range of acute and chronic wounds. Our nurses are available to attending physicians to consult and assist in developing individualized treatment plans. Our therapeutic services also include:

  • Wound evaluation
  • Antibiotic monitoring
  • Appropriate dressing
  • Pressure relief
  • Nutritional screening
  • Patient and family education
  • Progress photos and reports
  • Treatment of underlying health problems
Additional Information2019-01-25T13:20:58-07:00

In addition to the above Private Pay services the following guidelines are often required Under Medicare, Medicaid, and some insurance companies; for Home Health services They are:

  • Be confined to the home (home-bound);
  • Be under the care of a physician;
  • Receive services under a plan of care established and periodically reviewed by a physician;
  • Be in need of skilled nursing care on an intermittent basis or need physical therapy or speech Therapy;
  • Have a continuing need for occupational therapy
    Clarification of Home-bound: This does not mean the patient must never leave their home. In general terms, a patient is considered “Home bound” if they:
  • Have a medical condition or an injury that restricts their ability to leave their home unless they use an assistive device (crutches, cane, wheelchair, walker);
  • Require the use of special transportation;
  • Require the assistance of another person;
  • Or, leaving their home is not medically advised
    Patients may leave their homes occasionally; for church services, hairdressing, attending a family Functions while being driven in a vehicle by another person. Absences from the home to receive Medical treatments are also allowed, such as:
  • Kidney dialysis;
  • Chemo/radiation therapy;
  • And outpatient physical therapy, including whirlpool therapy

Please call us at 866-55-HAVEN (42836) and one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives will answer all of your questions.

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