American Homecare Health Services (AHHS) was established in 2000, with the goal to serve the needs of our community by providing quality home healthcare. AHHS is a trusted and preferred partner by many providers in our service area. We are:
- Accredited by the Joint Commission, Medicare/Medical certified
- A contracted a provider for Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Brand New Day, Providence, HealthNet and others
- A preferred provider for IPA’s such as Lakeside/Regal Medical Group and Facey Medical Group
- A trusted partner for the hospital, clinics, and other healthcare providers in greater LA metro and surrounding area
- Provider of a continuum of services to other levels of care; motivate, assist and enable our patients to move to the next highest level of performance
Through physician oversight, nursing, and physical rehabilitation care, we have, in our over 20+ years, established ourselves as compassionate and reliable by our healthcare partners. Patients and their families look to American Homecare Health Services as a provider of quality and dependable service.
Following is a sample of the benefits that American Homecare offers:
- Initiation of home-care services within 24 hours of referral, or sooner
- Service large geographical area
- Accept Medicare, HMO and PPO insurances
- Emphasize skilled nursing, medication management, nutritional counseling, pain management and rehab (PT/OT/ST) services to improve functional independence and quality of life for of our patients and their loved ones
Skilled Nursing Care (RN’s & LPN’s): to provide thorough and comprehensive assessments and direct care for general health, diabetic management, wound care intravenous therapy, and teaching programs to promote self-care and maximum recovery; this helps to reduce unnecessary acute disease exacerbations and readmission’s to the hospital.
Home Health Aide: to serve and to assist with activities of daily living; personal hygiene, bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, and home exercise program under the direction and supervision of skilled nurses and physical therapists.
Occupational Therapy: to teach patient and family members the skills needed to perform and restore their abilities for activities of daily living.
Physical Therapy: to treat patients who suffer from pain, weakness, limitation of movement, difficulty in transfers and with gait abnormalities through therapeutic exercises, gait training, prosthetic training, other modalities, procedures and home programs.
Speech Therapy: to evaluate patients with communication disorders, assist and teach therapeutic exercises to improve speech and swallowing functions.
Medical Social Services: for obtaining available community resources to deal with social, emotional and environmental factors affecting the well-being of each patient.
Dieticians: to assess current diet and provide counseling that will promote nutritional guidance for healing and maintenance of maximum degrees of health possible.
Home Intravenous (IV) Services provided by a Registered Nurse for patients requiring IV antibiotics, chemotherapy, nutritional supplementation (total parenteral nutrition), pain management and more.