Summit Home Health & Hospice, a Medicare-certified agency for home healthcare, is committed to providing high-quality multidisciplinary services by a team of experienced healthcare professionals. We aim to provide personalized care under the guidance of a physician to help our patients live as comfortably as possible. We provide skilled nursing services to coordinate transitional care.
Skilled nursing includes health assessments, teaching about medical conditions and disease management for clients, drawing samples for laboratory tests, wound care that includes dressing changes, medication management and training, compliance and management of IVs, and much more. Your physician can direct you to a licensed nurse or practical nurse. Registered nurses are available 24 hours a day. Based on the orders of your doctor, nurses create customized treatment plans.
If you have questions about our skilled nursing services, please do not hesitate to contact us or set an appointment.
We live by the conviction that healthcare should be a joint concern between the client and their family and their healthcare professionals. If you have additional questions please send us a message or call us at 210-615-3877.
- Anti-Coagulation Therapy and Venipuncture
- Cardiac Care
- Diabetic Care and Training
- Family-Patient Health Teaching
- Incontinence Management and Catheter Care
- IV Treatments
- Medication Instruction and Management
- Ostomy Care
- Pain and Symptom Management
- Parkinson’s Disease Management
- Respiratory Care
- Rehabilitative Care
- Surgical Aftercare
- Tracheostomy Care
- Certified Wound Care and Vac
Summit Home Health & Hospice provides the following therapy services in your home and/or community:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
A physical therapist assesses the patient’s functional capabilities and creates a rehabilitation plan that has realistic goals. In consultation with the doctor, the physical therapist works with patients and their families to develop home exercises to increase strength, range of motion, endurance gait training, mobility, and balance.
Occupational therapy is a treatment that can be used to help someone who has difficulty with various functional issues. It can be difficult to dress, wash, shop for food and personal items, or carry out daily tasks safely. Occupational therapy is also a great option for people with more severe conditions like multiple sclerosis, heart disease, cancer, arthritis and stoke. Occupational therapists work closely with patients and caregivers.
Speech and language pathologists assist patients with communication, cognition, swallowing, and other disorders. This covers a wide range of issues people might have with language, speech, thinking skills, and fluency. Patients with difficulties swallowing can receive specialized training from a speech and language pathologist.
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