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Medi-Home Health

119 Wind Chime Ct

Raleigh, NC, 27615

(919) 870-6733

Medi-Home Health Care, The Gift of Heath & Independence…There’s No Place Like Home

The things that make a home is being around family and friends and this is the primary essence of home care. As you are recovering from your sickness or surgery, we are readily available to offer services to you in the comfort of your home. We have skilled Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists and Occupational Therapists available to you at an interval based on the physician’s orders. Our goal is to support healing in the comfort of your home, and we do this primarily by educating you and your caregivers. The purpose of this is to allow you to remain in the independence and comfort of your home for as long as you wish.

Special People…Special Care

We have a team of skilled professional staff trained to give you comprehensive care that addresses your needs specifically. We have a multi-disciplinary team that offers skilled nursing, diabetic teaching, total/wound care, physical therapy, psychiatric nursing, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapy, registered dietitian, medical social worker and home health aides.*

Medi-Home Health Care is a licensed and certified Medicare agency. We accept private insurance and Medicare; we will verify coverage and file claims.

* Not all of the services listed above are offered at all home health agencies.

Who is eligible?

Patients who:

  • Need skilled nursing and require assistance with daily activities
  • Who has the inability to leave home without assistance (that are homebound)
  • Require daily, part-time, or intermittent care
  • Are under a physician’s care. These special services require your physician’s order

What does a home health nurse do for you?

They may be of help in the following areas:

  • Diabetes – Teach diabetic management, glucose monitoring, and self-care
  • Asthma/COPD – Educate on disease management
  • Neurologic Care – Strokes, care for post-op neurosurgical and other neurological deficits
  • Cardiovascular Disorders – Teach on symptoms and signs; assess cardiopulmonary status
  • Surgery – Post-op management
  • Medication/Diet Changes – Educate on medication and adherence to new/old routines
  • Wound Care – Evaluate for signs of infection and wound dressing changes

 

What does a physical therapist do?

  • Total joint rehabilitation
  • Walker, assistive device, and case education
  • Exercises for strengthening
  • Traction in your home
  • Teaches gait training
  • Uses ice packs and hot packs

 

What does an occupational therapist do?

Helps individuals with physical or mental disabilities or illness to achieve the greatest level of functioning and wellness possible (activities of daily living) in their daily lives

What does a medical social worker do?

  • Counseling services
  • Makes necessary referrals to proper sources
  • Assesses the home environment

What does a speech therapist do?

Helps you resolve issues with your speech after illness or a stroke and counsels your family

What does a home health aide do?

  • Works under a registered nurse’ supervision
  • Helps with personal care

How can I get this service?

A patient can be referred by anyone… it could be you, your family, a neighbor, physician, minister, etc. Your physician will be contacted if you qualify, and he will provide the agency written orders for home health.