Your prognosis is good, your spirits are high, and your discharge from hospital to home or assisted-living facility is just around the corner. Or maybe you're someone for whom a chronic medical condition has become acute, compromising your ability to live independently. Either way, you've probably got some questions: Who will help with my medical needs during my recovery? How will I adjust to my new circumstances and regain my independence?
For persons or persons with loved-ones facing these questions, you're invited to attend New Hanover Regional Medical Center's first Home Care Live & Learn seminar on Thursday, September 22, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the NHRMC Surgical Pavilion.
Come hear the experts from NHRMC Home Care – twice named to the nation's HomeCare Elite™ by a leading home care grading agency – discuss NHRMC Home Care's philosophy of in-home care and how to access this care. Get answers to your most pressing home care questions: Who qualifies? What services are offered? How is payment covered? The event is free and includes healthy refreshments.
Reserve your space today by registering online at nhrmc.org/liveandlearn or by calling VitaLine at 910.815.5188.
What is home health care?
Home health care offers a wide range of healthcare services delivered in your home or assisted-living facility. With a healthcare team that includes registered nurses, and physical, occupational and speech therapists, the goal of home health care is to help sick or injured patients get better, regain independence and become as self-sufficient as possible.
What services does NHRMC Home Care offer?
NHRMC Home Care provides long- and short-term in-home medical services throughout the eight-county area, including skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social work, home health aide, I.V. infusion therapy, wound care, medication management and patient education.
- Skilled Nursing
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Medical Social Work
- Home Health Aide
- I.V. Infusion Therapy
- Wound Care
- Medication Management
- Patient Education
Who are the NHRMC Home Care healthcare providers?
Registered nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists, and home health aides with specific in-home medical training, experience and expertise make up the NHRMC Home Care staff.
"People generally heal faster and better in the comfort of their own surroundings, including their own homes. By delivering highly skilled medical care in the home environment, we give our patients and their families a unique healing experience, one customized to their specific medical needs."
— Tina Davis
Director, NHRMC Home Care
Who pays for home health care?
NHRMC Home Care accepts both Medicare and Medicaid as payment in full. Insurance is also accepted, as is direct payment from the patient.
Did You Know?
NHRMC Home Care:
A Top Home Care Provider
NHRMC Home Care was named to the 2010 HomeCare Elite, a select group of the nation's top 25 percent home care agencies.