SGCMH Home Health 

Plan of Care

We come to your home on your doctor’s orders, listen to what you have to say, assess your unique needs and plan of care with your physician to restore your quality of life. In many ways, we are your physician’s eyes and ears. 

As integral as our team is to your recovery, though, the most important member of the team just might be you. Your commitment, your cooperation, your courage is going to make the difference. SGCMH Home Health can help you get there.

After a comprehensive assessment your level of care is developed. Home Health services are provided on a skilled intermittent basis. At each visit your team members will closely follow your care plan and note your progress to report to your provider.

Additional team members are available to provide physical, occupational and speech therapy, and a home health aide is available to help with bathing. The Home Health team also includes a medical social worker to assist patients with any counseling needs.

Skilled Intermittent RN Services

  • Blood Pressure Monitoring

  • Catheter, Ostomy Care

  • Laboratory Sample Collection

  • IV Therapy

  • Injections

  • Oncology treatments

  • Postoperative follow-up

  • Medication evaluation

  • Post-partum, pediatric and 
newborn care
  • Cardiac follow-up

  • 24 hour on-call RN
  • Diabetic management and education
  • Wound Care services

Personal Care Services

Home Health Aides

Under the nurse's supervision, aides can assist with personal care such as:
  • bathing and hair care

  • linen changes

  • dressing changes
 
  • taking vital signs

  • assisting with transfer and ambulation

Medical Social Services


Social Services helps patients and their families with counseling, care coordination and crisis prevention and management.

Physical Therapy


Patients receive care to improve strength and mobility and to obtain maximum potential in rehabilitation.

Speech Therapy



Speech Therapy
 is given to meet the specific needs of patients to restore speech, chewing and swallowing disorders.



Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy 
training, aids, and assistive devices are provided to develop or regain physical and mental function lost due to accident, injury, or medical condition.

Lifeline


Lifeline is a communication unit that allows the user to call for help at the push of the personal button. It was launched in 1985 to help the many residents in our community who want the peace-of-mind that they have the ability to signal for emergency assistance from their home. Lifeline units permit the user to contact the
response station by merely pressing the Personal Help Button.

There is a one-time installation fee for the LifeLine unit. Lifeline gives you the choice of (2) two payment plans: Plan 1: a month-to-month fee; Plan 2: a yearly rental fee. Programs to assist low-income individuals are available.

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