Home Health Care
By licensed medical professionals
What is Home Health Care?
Home Health Care (sometimes referred to as skilled nursing, long-term care, rehabilitation care) refers to the care that is provided to individuals who need the assistance of a licensed nursing or rehabilitative staff member. This need typically is required after a surgery or during an illness. All services are performed in the privacy of the individuals’ home.
Home health services provided include the following:
License Practical Nurse
Home Health Aides
Other specialized therapies are also available to assist, encourage and support an individual’s quality of life.
We are proudly accredited by
The Joint Commission!
Who Qualifies for Home Health Care?
In order to qualify for Home Health Care, you must have a skilled medical need, referred by your physician and/or be considered home bound. Being home bound means that it takes great effort for you to leave your home in order to receive the services required by your referring physician (hospitalist or Primary Care Provider).
If you have questions regarding eligibility to receive these services, call us today and speak to one of our licensed nursing professionals.
What Insurances Do We Accept?
We are fully Medicare and Medicaid certified.
El Mirador Home Health Agency is actively contracting with private insurances
with New Mexico coverage to better serve our communities.
For more information regarding your insurance coverage, call our office today!
Types of Skilled Services Offered
Skilling Nursing Care (RN/LPN)
Our trained nurses can help with a variety of services including medication set-up, medication administration, insulin injections, wound care, dressing change, catheter care and ostomy/colostomy care, changing bandages and monitoring vital signs
Physical therapy is used to provide help to an individual by increasing their mobility, strength, flexibility. The goal of our physical therapists is to restore patients back to, or as close as possible, to their normal functionality.
The purpose of Occupational Therapy is to show patients how to use appropriate adaptive equipment, such as leg braces, prosthetic limbs, wheelchairs, and eating aids. This therapy helps patients perform a number of daily tasks, allowing them to function more independently and decrease their disability.
Our speech therapists help patients by assessing, diagnosing, and treating speech disorders – including language, communication, cognitive and swallowing disorders.
Are you interested in other types of skilled in-home services?
Give us a call today to see how we can help!
We currently offer Skilled Home Health Care Services in the following areas:
Curious to see if we are able to service an area not listed?
Call us today and find out!