Many patients and their families prefer to receive home health services over care in facilities. Our state-licensed and Medicare-certified organizations provide compassionate care at the highest quality for patients with a variety of illnesses, injuries, and rehabilitation needs.
Services include daily assistance, short-term recovery and rehabilitation of acute illnesses and conditions, and long-term treatment of more chronic conditions. The home health team is comprised of an interdisciplinary team of clinical managers, nurses, medical social workers, home health aides, and occupational, physical, and speech therapists, all located in the patient’s community. The team works with the patient’s physicians to create care plans that address clinical and recovery requirements specific to the patient’s needs. The care plan is regularly reviewed and revised to ensure that the changing needs of each patient is being met.
Our hospice services are designed to give patients and their families options to make important care decisions while retaining control and ensuring that they receive quality and compassionate palliative and end-of-life care.
We understand that hospice care goes beyond medical support. Compassionate, high-quality, end-of-life care means meeting the clinical, comfort, spiritual, and emotional needs of the patient and their families. Our interdisciplinary teams are comprised of physicians, a hospice medical director, nurses, social workers, home health aides, chaplains, and volunteers, all from the patient’s community. The team creates personalized plans providing medical care, pain management, symptom alleviation support programs, counseling, and bereavement support.
Explore job opportunities that fit your career interest by visiting the BrightSpring career site. You may also go directly to our Home Health and Hospice websites to find job opportunities specific to each brand.
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