Smyth Regional Homecare

1152 Snider St
Marion VA 24354
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SCCH Homecare Makes Sense For Patients The value of home health care is most apparent in the relief patients feel to be back in familiar surroundings while continuing to receive expert care. Under the physician's supervision, patients continue to receive quality medical treatment form skilled nurses, therapists and home health aides who follow the patient's individual plan of treatment.For eligible patients, charges are 100 percent reimbursable by Medicare when prescribed by the physician under home health guidelines.Smyth County Community Hospital Homecare meets the physician's requirements that his or her plan of treatment is carried out by qualified home health professionals. Trained home health nurses carefully document patients' medical charts and provide the physician with prompt and accurate information about the patient's condition.Thorough pre-discharge assessment between the physician, home health nurse and hospital discharge planner to evaluate the patient's needs before leaving the hospitalCoordination of communication among patients and their families/caregivers, the physician and the referral sourceCoordination and evaluation of reimbursement with a mix of payors, including Medicare, Medicaid and private/commercial insurance companiesRoutine patient evaluation and communication to physician regarding patient's response to care, and changes in the patient's conditionInteraction with patient's family/caregiver, co-workers and other disciplines to provide observation and feedback regarding patient's conditionOur home health aides assist the professional nursing staff by performing routine duties in caring for in-home patients. They are qualified to provide an extension to therapeutic services, personal care, ambulation and exercise, and household services essential to health care at home.Routine patient evaluation and communication to physician regarding patient's response to care, and changes in the patient's condition.Interaction with patient's family/caregiver, co-workers and other disciplines to provide observation and regarding patient's conditionPatients who require these services often become frustrated in their attempts at recovering skills that were once easy for them. Our professional assistance can help overcome this downside of rehabilitative therapy by providing expert aid with an encouraging attitude that helps the patient achieve more in less time.Instructing patient and caregiver in use of durable medical equipment, and prosthetic and orthotic devices