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Samaritas Home Health

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Samaritas realizes that as people age, they want to stay in their home. That’s why we’ve developed several ways to allow seniors to age in place. Samaritas Home Health care provides medical treatment with the goal of helping you recover, regain your independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible.

Samaritas Home Health offers a wide range of services that can be provided in your home to help you with recover from an injury, illness or surgery. Initial visits include an evaluation of medical status, medications and history. Education regarding medical condition and steps to improve understanding and overall health is presented at each visit. All staff work with you to live as independently and actively as possible.

Samaritas Home Health is made up of an inter-disciplinary team of compassionate health care professionals. The services we provide are at the recommendation of your personal physician. We are able to perform each of the following services based on individual needs: nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and psychosocial services.

SERVICE AREAS

Southeastern Michigan & Greater Grand Rapids Area

We accept a number of insurances including Medicare, Meridian, Medicare Advantage and Plus Blue, BCBS, BCN, Humana Advantage, Meridian, Aetna, Priority Health, Molina and others. Our insurance specialists can answer your questions about insurance coverage: (844) 571-7751

 

How Are Home Health Care Services Paid?

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Medicare and most private insurances pay for home health care once ordered by a physician. Some cover 100% like Medicare and others pay a percentage of the visit. We provide all our patients with an explanation of their coverage.

Who Qualifies For Home Health Services?

  • People who are homebound
  • Those under the care of a physician
  • People requiring skilled nursing or therapy services

Initial visits include an evaluation of medical status, medications and history. Education regarding medical condition and steps to improve understanding and overall health is presented at each visit. All staff work with you to live as independently and actively as possible. If you are unsure if you qualify or have any further questions regarding Samaritas Home Health services, call us at (844) 571-7751 and speak with one of our Intake Coordinators.

  • Skilled Nursing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Home Health Aide
  • Cardiac Care
  • Social Worker
  • Registered Dietitian
  • Wound Care
  • IV Infusion
  • Fall Prevention

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