CenterWell Home Health formerly Kindred at Home
Healthcare in the
safety of your home
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Why home health
For older adults and people with chronic conditions, home can be the safest place to get care. At CenterWell Home Health, we specialize in helping you reach your personal recovery goals in the privacy and comfort of your own home, whether it's after surgery, a hospital stay, or managing a chronic illness. And for those over 65 who qualify, our services are covered 100% by Medicare or other insurance providers.
Kindred at Home has changed our name to CenterWell Home Health to reflect our commitment of putting our patients at the center of everything we do. Patients can expect the same personalized, in-home care dedicated to helping them recover and manage their health with confidence.
Why home health
Everyone we have worked with at CenterWell Home Health has been amazing... In this time, in particular, you coming to our home to help [my grandmother] has saved her from potential exposure to COVID. Thank you for all you do for your patients every day!Chuck S.
Help starts here. You might have an immediate medical need, like recovering from a hospital stay, or an ongoing health condition, like diabetes. We work with your doctors to address all of your health needs with services like skilled nursing and physical therapy and education that empower you to manage medications, make smart nutrition choices, move safely in your day-to-day activities, and help avoid unnecessary hospitalizations.
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We serve people in more than 350 locations across 38 states.
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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is presenting significant challenges for all of us, but especially older adults and people with chronic conditions. We believe the in-home care we deliver may be lower risk than the delivery of care in other settings, where patients are more likely to be exposed, and we are taking every possible precaution to protect our patients, their caregivers and our clinicians.
- Daily health screenings for every in-home clinician
- Restricted access to our branch locations for visitors and clinicians
- The use of telehealth technology when appropriate
- Risk assessments on every patient, both new and current
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