Homebound Medicine

Our providers care for patients in their home or in a group facility, many of whom are considered “homebound” by Medicare standards. From wound treatment to primary care, our services are centered around providing high quality care to these patients.

See if You Qualify for Homebound Care

What Does It Mean to Be Homebound?

Your doctor should decide if you are homebound based on their evaluation of your condition. If you qualify for Medicare’s home health benefit, your plan of care will also certify that you are homebound. Medicare considers you homebound if:

  • You need the help of another person or medical equipment such as crutches, a walker, or a wheelchair to leave your home, or your doctor believes that your health and illness could get worse if you leave your home.
  • It is difficult for you to leave your home and you typically cannot do so

After you start receiving home health care, your doctor is required to evaluate and recertify your plan of care every 60 days.

What Can You Do If You’re Homebound?

Even if you are homebound, you can still leave your home for medical treatment, religious services, and/or to attend a licensed or accredited adult day care center without putting your homebound status at risk. Leaving home for short periods of time or for special non-medical events, such as a family reunion, funeral, or graduation, should also not affect your homebound status. You may also take occasional trips to the barber or beauty parlor.

Do You Qualify for Homebound Care?

Take our assessment to determine if you or your loved one qualify for homebound medicine.

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Home Care

Transitional Care

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