for quality senior care
Get in Touch
frequently asked questions
No. Home Health Care provides patients with skilled and licensed in-home medical care covering a range of conditions and therapies while home care generally oversees personal grooming, errands, and reminders.
Medicare covers home health care if certain restrictions are met:
- The patient is currently under the care of a physician and this physician recommends home health care services
- The patient is homebound and cannot easily leave the home for proper medical care/services
- The patient requires intermittent nursing or therapy services
Care Providers will help determine your eligibility for Medicare coverage and will evaluate other payment options or insurance plans, accordingly.
Your care is the result of a deep, companywide commitment to meeting the highest professional, ethical, and safety standards. Every health care professional is supervised by a registered nurse (RN) clinical manager. At an even higher level, Care Providers Home Health maintains our own team of clinical specialists who make regular quality visits across the company to assess care standards and provide education to our care teams.
Care Providers Home Health verifies work history, credentials, and references and performs thorough background checks. Our health care professionals also undergo an in-depth interview process, written testing, and hands-on skills assessments before hire, and annual skills assessments with ongoing training and supervision after hire. They must also demonstrate a commitment to delivering care with compassion, excellence, and reliability.
Yes. We can provide services up to 24 hours a day and there is always a local on-call manager who can answer your questions and address any concerns after hours. The on-call manager also provides around-the-clock clinical support for your care team while they are providing care in the home.
To find out what services are available in your area, or to talk to a member of our team, contact the office by calling 213-386-1200. We’re available 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have.
First, your Care Providers Home Health registered nurse (RN) clinical manager or your primary clinician visits you to assess your needs. We work with you, your physician, and your family caregivers to create an individualized plan of care for you. We identify theCare Providers health care professionals whose experience and skills best match your needs. Your RN clinical manager or primary clinician orients your care team to your needs and makes regular in-home supervisory visits. Over time, we continually reassess your needs and update your care team’s training accordingly so they can continue to provide you with exceptional care.
Care Providers Home Health caregivers are experienced, compassionate home health care professionals that include registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, medical social workers, home health aides, certified nursing assistants, homemakers, companions, and others. We take great care in matching your unique needs with the right professional. You also have a team of managers who supervise your clinical care, schedule your services, and ensure your satisfaction.
no obligations. no contracts.
Raising the Standard of Senior Care