Frequently Asked Questions

Who pays for my home Health services?
Medicare and most health insurance plans cover home health care at 100%, meaning that you will not pay any out-of-pocket costs.

What are the diagnosis that your staff commonly work with?
Our staff are fully trained in treating all conditions that a patient is diagnosed with and are fully equipped to treat patients with multiple conditions. Below are some examples:
  • Neurological Conditions: Examples include Traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer, Dementia, and others.
  • Heart Conditions: Examples include Heart failure, Heart attacks, high/low blood pressure, arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, cardiac rehabilitation after heart surgery.
  • Lung Conditions: Examples include pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, asthma, pleural effusion.
  • Bone and Joint Conditions: Examples include fractures, joint replacements, torn ligaments, osteoarthritis, and post-surgical care after a bone/ joint surgery
  • Cancer Conditions: Our staff are trained in working with cancer patients while they are receiving medical treatments for cancer.
  • Balance and Vestibular Conditions: Examples include dizziness, vertigo, and assessment and treatment of risk for falls.

What services will I receive?
Based on YOUR goals/needs and in coordination with your doctor(s), you will receive one or more of the following services and example of services they provide:
  • Skilled Nursing care (SN): Helps in medical needs. Examples include: teaching and management of disease processes, wound care, and infusion needs.
  • Physical therapy (PT):  Helps to restore mobility, balance, and walking. Examples include: transfer training (moving in and out of bed, chair, car) and stairs training.
  • Occupational therapy (OT): Helps to improve the ability to perform everyday activities safely without pain, falls or fatigue. Examples include: equipment training, conservation training of motion and strength training.
  • Speech language pathology (SLP): Helps to improve speech, language, voice, cognition, and swallowing issues.
  • Home health aides (HHAs): Helps to provide personal care assistance when applicable. Examples include: with bathing showering and grooming.

Why should I get home health care?
Home Health care is designed to help you successfully recover from an illness, an injury and/ or from a stay in a hospital or a skilled nursing facility. It is a service that covered by Medicare and most insurance plans at 100% (i.e. no out of pocket cost to you). 

It also has the following additional benefits:
  • Recovery by restoring patient’s health to its highest level.
  • Avoid costly hospital admissions, readmissions, and admissions to inpatient facilities like nursing homes.
  • Decreased risk for falls, injuries, and infections after an injury or a hospitalization.

Why should I choose Complete Home Health Care?
Recovering from any kind of illness is a journey of small steps forward, not only from a physical aspect but also from an emotional aspect. Our clinicians and staff will help you recover from the comfort of your home. We will ask about the goals that matter to YOU and make sure you achieve them through a team of dedicated clinicians. Our goal is to enable you to live your life to its fullest potential by helping to accelerate your recovery and getting back to doing the things that matter the most to you. We are guided by excellence, compassion, and respect for our clients, their family, and caregivers.