FAQs

Q.

Does Medicare cover home health aides in the home?

A.

You must be receiving skilled nursing care, physical therapy, speech therapy, or occupational therapy to receive benefits covering home health aides. This is typically 2-3 times per week visits for short periods of time outlined in your care plan per Medicare guidelines.

Q.

What is Home Health Care?

A.

Home Health is medical care provided in the comfort of your home for recovery from the following:

  • Accident
  • Hospitalization
  • Illness
  • Surgery
  • Sudden change in your medical condition

Q.

How long can I receive home health care?

A.

The assessment of your care plan by your doctor and our home health agency will determine how long you can receive home health care. Your assessment will be reviewed at least every 60 days and adjusted as necessary.

Q.

Who is Eligible for Home Health Care?

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  • Patient must have a doctor’s order.
  • Patient must have medical necessary needs for nursing and/or therapy.
  • Patient must be homebound with the exception of medical care.

Q.

Who pays for Home Healthcare?

A.

  • Medicare pays 100% of the cost of home health care for patients who are eligible.
  • Private Insurance will pay for home health care depending on insurance policy and benefits.

Currently accepting the following insurance plans: Medicare & USFHP (US Family Health Plan).

Q.

What cities do you serve?

A.

  • Southeast Houston
  • Pearland
  • Manvel
  • Alvin
  • Pasadena
  • La Porte
  • Webster
  • Friendswood
  • League City
  • Dickinson
  • Santa Fe
  • La Marque
  • Galveston