Rocky Mountain Home Care - Salt Lake City, UT

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Rocky Mountain Home Care is a leading home care provider in Salt Lake City, serving patients throughout the Salt Lake Valley. We put our patients’ comfort and care above everything else and treat them with the highest respect and service standards possible. Because of this practice, we are able to provide quality home care in Salt Lake County that sets us apart from other nursing and senior service facilities. We meet the needs of your loved ones with specialized programs and individual attention that allows them to live life to their fullest potential and maintain as much independence as possible. We provide the best care for our patients and focus on dignity, comfort, and pain management while surrounding them with family and the ones that love them most.

Home Health Care in Salt Lake City

Our mission at Rocky Mountain Home Care is to promote a happier, healthier lifestyle with more independence. Our compassionate team of highly skilled care givers in Salt Lake City provides nursing care, home health aide services, rehabilitation care, and social services for the elderly and disabled in their own place of residence. We offer home health care in any place you call home including your own home, a relative’s home, retirement homes, and assisted living centers.

Our goal is to help each patient live a happier, healthier, and more independent life. Our Salt Lake City home care team provides quality health care services, and because most people feel more comfortable and heal more quickly at home, we’re happy to come to you. Our home care services are available 24 hours a day and anywhere you call home, including your own or a relative’s home, a retirement or assisted living center, or even a hotel room (in the case of an extended stay in a treatment city). And all services are always performed under the direction of your primary care physician.

Our Home Health Care Services

Our skilled care services cater to you. Our staff of nurses, home health aides, medical social workers, and rehabilitation experts are all trained to assist you with anything you might need and are available to work around your schedule.

Overview:

  • Skilled nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Home health aide services

Nursing Care Services

  • a health needs assessment
  • pain management
  • medication management and instruction
  • wound care
  • diabetic care and instruction
  • IV therapy
  • tube feeding and nutritional education
  • blood draws
  • bowel and catheter care
  • ostomy care and instruction
  • CHF and COPD care

Other Services

  • Home Health Aide Services: bathing, mobility, and transfer assistance
  • Rehabilitation Care: physical and occupational therapy
  • Medical Social Services: financial and community resources, as well as emotional support for the patient and family

Paying for Home Health Care

If you’re concerned about the cost of home health care, you’re not alone! Most people are surprised at how affordable home care can be.

 

Medicare (Part A) covers 100% of the cost of home health care if a patient requires skilled care services and is homebound (see above for more information on skilled care services). A patient is considered homebound if he or she can only leave home with great difficulty. However, Medicare does allow a patient to leave home for up to three hours per week (though doctor visits and church services are exempt).

Medicaid provides home health care services when the patient requires skilled care and doesn’t meet the homebound criteria required by Medicare. Contact your Medicaid provider to determine your eligibility and to learn which services are covered.

Several private insurance plans cover some of the costs of home health care. Check with your insurance provider to find out which services they cover.

Social service organizations have provisions that occasionally place the patient on a waiting list for services. These services are often time-restricted and are determined based on the patient’s financial situation and other eligibility requirements.

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Office: (800) 574-7666
Fax: (801) 397-4959

Address
5242 South College Drive, Suite 150
Murray, UT 84123

Director of Operations:
Logan Whatcott

24 hour on-call nurse:
1-800-574-7666

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