Home Health Care
Wherever home may be, we are there to meet your health care needs. Together with our patients, their families, and medical professionals, we develop a plan of care appropriate for each individual.Skilled Nursing Medication Management Wound Care and Wound Vac ..
Wherever home may be, we are there to meet your health care needs. Together with our patients, their families, and medical professionals, we develop a plan of care appropriate for each individual.
Wound Care and Wound Vac
Physical Therapy, Occupational, Speech Therapy
Home Health Aides
We can also arrange durable medical equipment for patients .
Home Health Process
Step 1 - Care begins with a physicians order. Patients, their family, or friends may request an order for home health from the physician. Discharge planners or social workers at hospitals and nursing and rehabilitation centers may also contact a patient's physician for an order for home health. Independent or assisted living communities wellness staff may also request an order on a patient's behalf.
Step 2 - Upon receipt Advent checks health records and insurance benefits. Then we assign staff and schedule the first visit.
Step 3 - Care begins. Upon the first visit a skilled professional performs an overall assessment to the patient. Then a comprehensive plan of care is established in coordination with the physician, patient, their family or associated caregivers. Scheduled care continues.
Step 4 - Changes, updates, and other important information is communicated through the entire process to the patient, their family or associated caregivers, and their physician.
Commitment to Our Patients
To our patients, we promise you will be:
Treated with dignity and respect
Seen on consistent days and times, and receive a call if we’re late or unable to make it
Given our full time and attention to answer your questions or concerns
Cared for as if we were caring for our own family
Freedom of Choice
According to federal law, a patient has the right to choose the institution, agency, or individual to provide their home health care. When home health care is recommended, the patient should ask for their preferred provider.
Section 1802 of the Social Security Act "seeks to ensure that free choice is guaranteed to all Medicare Patients." The law states: "Any individual entitled to insurance benefits under this title [i.e., Medicare] may obtain health services from any institution, agency, or person qualified to participate under this title if such institution, agency, or person undertakes to provide him such services." This statement gives patients freedom to choose whom they want as their provider of post-hospital services.
Patient’s Rights & Responsibilities
To ensure that patients receive the best possible care, patients and their families should familiarize themselves with rights and responsibilities.
Be treated with dignity and respect at all times
Take part in the decision involving their care
Have their privacy respected to the greatest possible degree
Receive all available information about costs and charges
Provide full and accurate descriptions of how they feel, their medical history, and so forth
Report any changes in their condition
Comply with agreed-upon plans of care and treatment