When Is It Time for Home Healthcare?
Examples of patients receiving home health care include those who are homebound and who have, or have had:
- A recent hospitalization
- Outpatient surgery
- A temporary or long-term disability
- A chronic illness
- The problems of aging
- Special needs
To learn more about home health care, or to start services, please call (800) 698-1273.
What Kind of Help Can I Receive?
With the help of your doctor, we'll tailor our service to your needs. Our outstanding staff, who are available to assist you, include:
- Registered Nurses
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
- Medical Social Workers
- Registered Dietitians
- Home Health Aides
- Home Infusion Therapy Specialists
- Maternal and Child Nurses
- Specialized Hospice Teams: nurses, social workers, volunteers, interfaith chaplains, bereavement counselors
How Do I Get Home Health Care?
Your physician will help decide if home health care is right for you. A Sutter Care at Home nurse will work closely with you and your doctor to choose the services that meet your specific needs.
Anyone may call us when home health care services are needed. We will coordinate your care with your physician.
To speak with a registered nurse about home health care, please call (800) 698-1273.