MaineHealth Care At Home
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Welcome to MaineHealth Care At Home
In May 2016, three leaders in home health care — HomeHealth Visiting Nurses, Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care & Hospice and Waldo County Home Health and Hospice — joined together to form MaineHealth Care At Home.
This new partnership aligns expert resources, leading-edge technology, and advanced clinical skills to deliver the best in home health care to patients and families throughout southern Maine and mid-coast Maine.
MaineHealth Care At Home’s promise to the communities we serve:
Easy and convenient referral service
As of May 1, 2016, we have centralized and simplified our referral process. You just need to dial one number for all our programs.
Call toll-free at 1-866-255-8744.
The fax number is 207-775-5521.
Finding the best type of home health care can be complex, especially under the strain of an illness.
Our Intake Clinicians are available to answer your questions, describe the benefits of home care, arrange for services and verify insurance coverage.
We accept Medicare, MaineCare and all major private insurance.
Providing Care at Home in southern Maine and the mid-coast region
Our dedicated team of nurses, rehabilitative therapists, speech language pathologists, social workers, nutritional counselors, and home health aides serve patients of all ages in towns throughout Southern Maine and the Mid-Coast region. Our coverage area includes:
Types of home health care and services
MaineHealth Care At Home has a comprehensive list of services to meet the diverse needs of the clients we serve. Our services are available seven days a week, with 24-hour on-call service.
Home Health Care – Adult Program: The most common type of home health care for adults is medically based, addresses an acute, post-surgical, or chronic care condition, and delivered with physician oversight. Our skilled home health care providers include registered nurses, rehabilitation therapists, speech language pathologists, social workers, nutritional counselors, home health aides, and specialists. This health care team can help with a range of health care problems to include cardiac conditions, post-surgical needs, diabetes, chronic illness, pulmonary disease, cancer, injuries and trauma.
Medically necessary home health services are primarily reimbursed by Medicare, MaineCare and private insurance.
Help at Home: Help at Home is a client-directed program that lets patients get the type of health care they need when they need it. Care is based on a client’s unique needs. It can be from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day.
Services may include private-duty nursing, companionship, homemaking chores, and personal care assistance, such as bathing, and help with daily activities.
Help at Home services are available on a fee basis, but may be covered by some long-term care policies.
Home Health Care - Pediatric Program: Our program provides comprehensive home health care for children from birth to age 18. Services are medically based, address an acute, post-surgical, or chronic care condition, and delivered with physician oversight. This health care team includes specially trained pediatric nurses, developmental and rehabilitative therapists, nutritional counselors, oncology navigators, and social workers who offer care for a range of conditions and health problems. Services are available 7 days a week with 24-hour on call services.
Maternal and Child Health Services: Helping babies get a healthy start in life is our priority. Through a state-funded grant, nurses provide home based assessment, education and support, at no charge, to pregnant women, infants, new parents and children with special needs. Services restricted to Cumberland and York counties.
Telehealth: Using innovative telehealth technology that includes an Internet-enabled touch screen tablet with wireless monitoring devices, patients take an active role with improving their health.
Palliative Care at Home: We offer in-home palliative care for patients of all ages with advanced or life-limiting illness.
Hospice Care at Home: In-home hospice care is available for patients and their families in the Knox, Waldo and Lincoln counties. Hospice care at home is for patients who are facing a life-limiting illness and are no longer receiving active treatment for their disease. We provide hospice care whether you are in your own home, or reside in an assisted living or long term care facility. Inpatient hospice care also is offered at Pen Bay Medical Center or at the Sussman House in Rockport. Sussman House is on the Pen Bay Medical Center Campus. Sussman House has:
Education and preventative care are foundations of good health and disease management. Community health nurses provide health screenings, education, immunizations and foot care at clinics and at public sites in our service area.
Call 1-800-660-4867 to learn of a clinic in your area. Diabetes Education and Support Programs, taught by registered nurses and certified dietitians, provide diabetes self-management, individual and group classes, nutritional counseling and pre-diabetes classes.
Volunteering and supporting the MaineHealth Care At Home mission
Whether supporting administration, comforting patients, or helping in clinics, volunteers are central to our work. To learn more about ways you can support our mission, call:
15 Industrial Park Road | Saco, Maine 04072 | 207-284-4566