Home health services provided by qualified and caring professionals
We understand how important it is to feel comfortable with the people who are caring for you or your loved one. At Main Line Health our team of skilled professionals includes registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, medical social workers, registered dietitians, and home health aides who are considerate and gentle and work as a team to help you heal. Our staff members frequently participate in clinical education to ensure that the work they do is supported by the latest evidenced-based clinical research and that you and your family receive the best possible home health care.
Our therapists have specialties in many areas including:
- Adaptive and environmental equipment assessment
- Neurologic and vestibular treatment techniques
- Orthopaedic diagnosis
- Wheelchair seating
We are proud to be one of the few organizations that have a formal therapy program for our hospice patients as well, helping to ensure optimal function throughout end-of-life care.
We serve patients and families throughout the Philadelphia region and our services include:
Our telehealth program allows us to monitor your care in between visits from the nurse or therapist. It may include easy-to-use technology to help you track your blood pressure, heart rate, weight and blood oxygen levels at home. Your readings are sent right away to the nurses in our office. The nurses watch for warning signs to keep you healthier and out of the hospital.
Community-based palliative care is special care for patients with an advanced illness. The goal of palliative care is to improve the patient’s quality of life by helping manage symptoms and providing support.
Private duty services
Private duty provides affordable, private-pay personal care. Home health aides and certified nurse’s aides are available to support those who need assistance in their home.
Main Line Health HomeCare is a Medicare-certified, state-licensed, and Joint Commission-accredited home health agency. Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance companies, including HMO and PPO plans, cover home health services.