You Feel Most Comfortable
Florida Hospital Deland extends its services to the healing and comforting environment of patients’ homes. Our coordinators work to ensure a smooth transition between hospital care and home health services. The Florida Hospital Home Health program, available in both Volusia and Flagler counties, is licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration (license #HHA215580961), certified by Medicare, and accredited by The Joint Commission.
- In-Home Nursing and Home Care
Our in-home nursing and home care include these common services:
Skilled Nursing Visits
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Speech and Language Pathology
Medical Social Worker
Home Health Aide
Learn more about our Florida Hospital Home Health services and programs by calling Call386-917-5830 x800) 807-1022.
- Individualized Programs to Meet Your Specific Needs
Assisting patients with individualized medical care at home is our specialty. Home care may begin immediately after hospitalization (though prior hospitalization is not required) or as a direct referral from your physician, though hospitalization is not required to qualify for our home health services. With the guidance of your physician and coordination by licensed medical professionals, we provide the following specialized services:
- Care Post-hospitalization
- Infusion Therapy
- Heart Failure Management
- Joint Recovery Program (Post-op Hip/Knee Replacement)
- Advanced Wound Care
- Medication Management/Education
- Ostomy Teaching
- Disease Management/Education
- Incontinence Management
- Diabetes Management
- Outpatient Surgery Follow-up
- Rehabilitation (Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapies)
- Surgical care
- Qualifying for Home Health
Florida Hospital Home Health accepts most insurance plans, including Medicare. Our services are available to anyone who:
- Is under the care of a physician (only a physician can order home health services for their patient)
- Lives in Volusia or Flagler Counties
- Is considered “homebound" and requires the skills of a registered nurse, physical therapist, and/or speech language pathologist, during the course of treatment
To qualify for benefits under the Medicare program, you must be considered “homebound”. Medicare considers a person to be “homebound” if:
- You require considerable and taxing effort to leave home.
- Absences from the home are infrequent and of short duration.
- If your physician has advised that it is unsafe for you to leave home due to your medical or psychiatric condition.
Keeping You Comfortable as You Heal
We don’t just come to your home ready to offer hospital-caliber care. We come ready to serve with uncommon compassion. Our multidisciplinary approach to Home Care means we tend to all the details, from helping you regain your strength to helping you care for your pets. We connect you with the community resources, local services, and spiritual care you need to feel better, feel whole.