Home Health Services provides skilled medical care in the comfort of home. It’s a convenient, cost-effective alternative to traditional inpatient hospital care and is provided under the supervision of a physician.
Our comprehensive services include skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, nursing assistants, social work, occupational therapy and nutritional guidance. We also provide family support and education to keep loved ones involved in the care process. As a part of Self Regional Healthcare, Home Health Services provides access to advanced services, including remote telemonitoring of vital signs seven days a week, allowing clinicians to monitor patients even on days home visits are not made. Our professional registered nurses provide skilled services seven days a week according to physician instructions.
The certified speech pathologist evaluates, plans and implements these treatment programs for communication disorders:
Registered physical therapists provide skilled care for patients with temporary or permanent disability or pain. Physical therapists plan and provide a range of services according to physician instructions:
Lifeline is a personal emergency response system that links people to 24-hour emergency assistance at the push of a button. Lifeline also gives family members a sense of reassurance and peace of mind to know that loved ones are not alone in a time of need.
Lifeline is simple to use for anyone with health concerns or limited physical abilities. When assistance is needed, push the small, wireless button worn on the neck or wrist. This activates the Lifeline Home Communicator connected to the telephone. Immediately, trained personnel at the Self Regional Healthcare Emergency Care Center are notified you are in need of help.
Medical Social Services
Our social workers provide people with skills and support in addressing challenges they face. Rehabilitative and supportive casework helps patients reach a higher level of independence with these available services:
Utilizing health, welfare and community resources to support patients in returning to life in the community.
Our home health aides are trained to provide personal care and related services. All home health aides are trained in the agency’s in-service program under the direction of our nursing and paramedical staff and have at least one year of patient care experience.
Home health aides are experienced in:
Home Health Services also offers high-tech home telemonitoring Patients are clinically managed seven days a week in addition to scheduled visits. This can give patients and family members a sense of security knowing that a nurse is assessingthem daily.To contact Health Home Services or make a referral, call (864) 725-7600. The mailing address for Home Health Services is 1325 Spring Street, Greenwood, S.C. 29646.