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Home Care

There’s no place like home when you’re recovering from an illness or injury. Yet you want the reassurance and care of highly skilled health care professionals. We give you both. We provide care when you don’t need to be in the hospital, but still require medical attention. Our team of health care professionals includes top-rated nurses, home health aides, social workers and rehabilitation therapists who help you recover as quickly as possible. We work closely with your doctor to ensure you get back on your feet as quickly as possible.

Our home care professionals offer the area’s most comprehensive and innovative programs. Here’s why our care stands out:

  • We have provided home health services to the Lehigh Valley community for nearly 50 years.
  • Our nurses and staff are highly educated and recognized for their skills and compassion. We are licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and certified by Medicare and The Joint Commission. We also are recognized nationally for quality nursing care with the Magnet designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
  • We use the latest technology and practices including telemedicine. When caregivers aren’t physically with you, we still can monitor your health. A home health monitoring system helps us track your blood pressure, heart rate and temperature. If we discover you may be uncomfortable, as indicated by changes in blood pressure, heart rate or temperature, a nurse will visit you as soon as possible to help you feel better.

Call 610-969-0300 for more information. Our office at 2166 S. 12th St. in Allentown, Pa., is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

Are you eligible for home care?

To receive home care services you must be under the care of your physician and meet the requirements of your insurer. Your physician or the hospital’s discharge planner (or case manager) may refer you, or you may call us directly at 610-969-0300. Eligible home health services generally are covered by Medicare and Medical Assistance, as well as most private insurance plans.

Services we provide

Nursing services, such as:

  • Behavioral health
  • Catheter care
  • Diabetes care and education
  • Diet instruction and nutritional support
  • Injections
  • Medication monitoring
  • Pain management
  • Patient and family education
  • Patient assessment and monitoring
  • Rehabilitation
  • Wound care
  • Cardiac care
  • Symptom management

Home health aide services, such as help with:

  • Bathing and personal hygiene
  • Dressing
  • Light meal preparation

Medical social services, including:

  • Counseling and education regarding long-term planning and available community resources
  • Short-term counseling to assist with adjustment to illness and use of support services

Rehabilitative therapies, such as:

  • Physical therapy to help with balance, movement, strength, prosthetics and walking
  • Occupational therapy to help with activities of daily living
  • Speech and language therapy to improve speech, language and cognitive function as well as help with swallowing problems

Home care after childbirth

Having a baby is both exciting and challenging. If you have a condition such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, postpartum depression or pre-term labor, or if you need help managing your medication, your doctor may recommend you receive care in your home, where you are most comfortable. We provide specialized care to help you take care of yourself and your newborn.

After you and your newborn are home, a nurse will visit you to help you adjust to the changes in your life and ensure you get the support you need. A nurse can teach you and your family how to care for yourself and your newborn and answer any questions you may have about breastfeeding.

Home care for children

Children and adults require different care. So our specially educated pediatric nurses provide care in the home for children (newborns through age 18) who are born prematurely, are at high-risk for developing illnesses, already suffer from an illness or are recovering from an injury. We believe children heal better at home, surrounded by family.

Your child will have a special treatment plan designed by his or her physician and home health caregivers. This may include medical care, social services, nutrition and rehabilitation.