Homebound Medicine FAQsinsightmg2023-10-06T17:18:34+00:00
Homebound Medicine FAQs
Below you can find answers to common questions we receive. If you need more information or would like to speak with a member of out team, feel free to call us at (502) 447-5633 or visit the contact page.
Homebound medical care is a type of care that allows people to receive treatment and care in their home environment. This type of care can be helpful for people who are unable to leave their home due to illness or injury. Homebound medical care may include physician visits and treatments, as well as therapies from a nurse or another medical professional.
Homebound healthcare helps you access skilled medical services wherever you live. Whether you need assistance recovering from an illness, surgery, or injury, or regaining your independence, homebound medical care can help.
Personal care services include help with bathing, dressing, meal preparation or your normal activities of daily living in order to remain independent within your home.
Homebound healthcare provides skilled clinical treatment for an illness or injury, with the goal of helping you recover and regain your independence. Your home healthcare provider will help you manage chronic conditions like heart disease, COPD or diabetes as well as provide certain personal care services as part of the plan of care ordered by your doctor.
Hospice care provides compassionate, supportive care and comfort for those who are facing a terminal illness by offering medical, social, psychological, bereavement, and spiritual services that support a patient and their loved ones.