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Acceptance of Patients

Home health care was never meant to replace the loving care of family and friends and cannot assume the primary responsibility for a patient’s safety in the home setting. Home care works best in situations where there are supportive family and friends; if the patient cannot be left safely in the home alone, they are a must.

Acceptance of individuals who require medical home care services is based on a reasonable expectation that the agency can adequately meet the individual’s medical, nursing, and psychological needs in their home.

We may accept you or your loved one as a patient when the following conditions are met:

You or your loved one:

  • Is safe to be in the home alone or has a caregiver who provides care when the agency is not in the home.
  • Is under the care of a physician who will order the medical care needed.
  • Is in need of the requested care and our agency staff is available to provide that care.
  • Has medical, nursing, and psychosocial needs that can be adequately met by the agency in the home.
  • The house is maintained in a manner that is safe for both you and the employees of the agency.
  • An appropriate payer source is identified.

Please contact one of our locations listed and speak with a nursing supervisor to determine what care is appropriate.

It is the policy of Advantage Home Health Care, Inc. to provide service to all persons without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, disability, citizenship, and national or ethnic origin, in compliance with 45 CFR parts 80, 84, and 91 respectively. We do not deny admission to individuals with contagious disease including HIV, MRSA, and Hepatitis B unless the State Department of Health has concurred with our decision on a case by case basis.

COVID-19 Response

Advantage has taken aggressive efforts to combat the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. Our priority during this difficult time is keeping our clients, employees, and their families safe. Please refer to our COVID-19 Resources page for education materials on the origin, symptoms, transmission prevention, and treatment. These materials will be updated when new information is available.