Doylestown Hospital Home Care Services, for more information
please call 215-345-2202.
Our commitment is to provide excellence in every aspect of care
to those who place their trust in us.
A Long History of Providing Home Care
Even before the establishment of Doylestown Hospital, the Village Improvement
Association recognized the importance of home health care and established the first
visiting nurse/home care program in the Doylestown area. Today, Doylestown Hospital
remains committed to extending its health care excellence to the best in quality home
care services. It is our policy to provide all services without regard to race, color,
religion, age, sex, national origin, physical or mental handicap, or sexual orientation
or ability to pay.
Doylestown Hospital Home Health's staff of trained professionals includes:
* Registered Nurses
* Physical Therapists
* Speech Pathologists
* Occupational Therapists
* Home Health Aides
* Social Workers
Doylestown Hospital Home Health provides a varied range of services,
programs, and counseling, depending upon patient needs, including:
* Skilled Nursing:
RNs experienced in disease management such as cardiac care, COPD,
diabetes, wound care, post-acute care and medication management
* Maternal Child Health:
Postpartum well mom/baby visits, Lactation support services
* Rehabilitation Services
* Certified Hospice:
Treatment plan focused on palliative care (comfort, not cure).
Expanded coverage including medications, medical equipment, volunteers,
counselors, pastoral care, nurses and home health aides, and respite care.
Bereavement support for family.
* Professional On-Call Care:
On-call care as planned or needed, 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Streamlined and Affordable Care
Doylestown Hospital Home Health makes it easy to coordinate schedules and
standard communication by continually providing physicians with patient status
and information about medical needs. In turn, patients benefit from a full
continuum of care.
Most Doylestown Hospital Home Health services are covered by private insurance
plans, major medical insurance, HMOs, Medicare, and Medical Assistance.
Patients without insurance may make arrangements to pay privately, or inquire
about special health-assistance programs.