The Home Care Program is a Medicare certified program that provides skilled nursing, physical therapy, pediatric physical therapy, speech therapy, social work and nutritional services to patients in Montgomery County.

Quality

In December 2016, the most recent Medicare survey took place by the Ohio Department of Health. This Home Care program was found to be deficiency free and compliant with all applicable Medicare program requirements. Employees are full-time and salaried with an average of 25 years home care experience. The staff provides service as a multi-disciplinary team of caregivers to coordinate and manage patient care.

Availability

Our focus for adults is to provide quality skilled home care services to those who are uninsured or under-insured, Medicaid pending, or have limited health coverage/high deductibles. We also provide pediatric physical therapy to children 0-3 years of age who have or are at risk for developmental delays.

Hours of operation

  • Adult Program - 7 days a week, 8AM to 4:30PM.
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy Program - 5 days a week, (M-F) 8AM to 4:30PM.

FAQ

Who can request a referral?

Anyone can request a home care referral by calling our office at (937) 225-4500. A registered nurse will coordinate home care with the patient’s physician.

Do I need a doctor to order my care?

Yes, a physician’s order is required to provide home care.

What types of care do you provide?

Nursing services such as wound care and medication teaching, therapy services such as pain management and strengthening exercises, speech therapy, nutritional consultations, and social work services.

Do you provide any additional services?

Yes. Pediatric physical therapy services such as parent teaching and home exercise programs.

How is this service paid for?

We offer a sliding fee scale for those without health insurance. Patients who are unable to pay are also accepted. We accept Medicaid pending patients and can bill Medicaid if the patient becomes eligible. Pediatric physical therapy services are paid for by Medicaid, private insurances and other state funded resources.

 

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