ComfortCare Home Health is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, by calling 601-425-7521 or 1-800-300-3443.
The ultimate goal of ComfortCare Home Health is to return the patient to his or her maximum level of functioning. ComfortCare Home Health provides high-quality health services in a home setting tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient.
What is the cost?
Home care costs much less than hospital or nursing home care. Covered services may be paid through Medicare Part A and/or B, Medicaid, Private insurance, VA benefit, Workman’s Compensation and Private Pay. All insurance claims will be filed by the billing department at ComfortCare. Home health services are not limited to any age group. All Home Health services are directed by your physician and care is delivered through a team of healthcare providers.
Top Reasons for Choosing Home Health Care
- Home care is delivered at home. When we are not feeling well, most of us ask to be at home. We enjoy the comfort of our residences and the joy of being with our loved ones. When our loved ones are ill we try to get them home and out of the hospital as soon as possible.
- Home care keeps families together. This is particularly important in times of illness. The ties of responsibility and caring can be severed by hospitalization.
- Home care prevents or postpones hospital admission.
- Home care promotes healing. There is scientific evidence that many patients heal faster at home.
- Home care is safe. Many risks, such as infection, are eliminated or minimized when care is given at home.
- Home care allows for the maximum amount of freedom for the individual. Patients at home remain as engaged with their usual daily activities as their health permits.
- Home care promotes continuity. The patient’s own physician continues to oversee his or her care.
- Home care is personalized and tailored to the needs of each individual. Patients receive one-on-one care and attention.
- Home care is less expensive than other forms of care, especially lengthy inpatient hospitalization.
- Home care is the form of care preferred by the American public.
- Home care can prevent re-hospitalization and decrease the need for urgent care.
Skilled Nurses specialized in:
- Wound/Ostomy/Continence Care
- Diabetic Care
- Oncology/Chemotherapy Care
Home care nurses provide home-based care for patients, typically in the form of follow-up treatment post-discharge from a hospital or other medical care environment.
Help with everyday personal care needs including bathing, personal grooming, exercises, walking, etc.
Medical Social Workers
Counsel the patient, if needed, regarding problems linked to the medical condition.
Provide rehabilitation services to relieve pain and restore muscles through exercise, massage, ultrasound, hot packs, etc.
Help patients regain maximum functional ability in activities of daily living, including aid with the use of adaptive equipment.
Provide speech, language, communication and/or swallowing rehabilitation services.
Evaluate and modify patient’s diet to aid in meeting nutritional needs.
ComfortCare Home Health services include:
- IV Therapy
- Catheter Care
- Wound Care/Dressing Change
- Ostomy Care
- Enteral Feeding Education
- Diabetic Care/Teaching
- Apnea Monitoring
- Oxygen Teaching
- Tracheostomy Care
- Venipunctures for lab
- Total Parental Nutrition (TPN)