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When illness or injury affects a person's ability to function independently, difficult choices must be made. For those who wish to remain in the comfort of home, PROVIDE A CARE can provide necessary services and support.

Durable Medical Equipment
PROVIDE A CARE can arrange for rental and purchase of wheel chairs, walkers, special beds, diabetic medical supplies, or any medical assistive devices which may be needed.


Laboratory Services
Physician ordered tests which can be performed at home, such as urinalysis and blood tests. Results are immediately reported to the physician.


Additional Services
Upon your request PROVIDE A CARE can refer physicians and podiatrists who can visit your home.


ELIGIBILITY
To qualify for care from PROVIDE A CARE a patient must:

  • Be essentially homebound, Need not be bedridden but needs assistance to leave home
  • Need intermittent care
  • Require skilled medical care by healthcare professionals

All patients are accepted for care regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability. MEDICARE, Medicaid and commercial insurances pay for home health services.




Under a physician's or podiatrist's direction,
PROVIDE A CARE can provide one or more of the following services:

  • Skilled Nurse (RN, LPN)
  • Physical Therapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Medical Social Worker
  • Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  • Speech & Language Pathologist
  • Visiting Doctor & Podiatrist.


PROVIDE A CARE has been established for the purpose of providing individuals and their families with a safe and effective source of quality home health care service. We start care 24 hours after the request is made.t be made.
For those who wish to remain in the comfort of home, PROVIDE A CARE can provide necessary services and support.