Home Health Care

Home Health Care - Virtua Service

Healing in the Comfort of Your Home

After hospitalization or because of a medical condition, you or a loved one might need help at home. Through Virtua Home Health Care, patients can recover in the comfort of their own home. Our skilled staff helps patients readjust to daily life and help prevent repeat hospitalizations or unnecessary emergency room visits. 

Serving residents of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties since 1995, Virtua Home Health Care provides patients of all ages with the following services:

  • In-home nursing
    Registered nurses coordinate services you needed for recovery, explain care needs to family, monitor vital signs and progress, and update the patient's doctor.
  • Physical, occupational or speech therapy
    Following an evaluation, therapists create an individualized plan to increase function and quality of life.
  • Nutritional support
    Registered dietitians teach patients how nutrition aids in their recovery.
  • Social work
    Social workers help patients cope with issues related to illness, the recovery process and body image following amputation, mastectomy or other major changes. They make sure patients understand their rehabilitation needs and help them find community resources.

Our caring and experienced staff provides hospital-level nursing care in the home and is accredited by The Joint Commission, signifying achievement of the highest standards of quality care. Virtua Home Care is also licensed by the State of New Jersey and certified as a Medicare/Medicaid provider.

Virtua Home Care has been recognized for its falls prevention program, and received a New Jersey Hospital Association Excellence in Quality Improvement Award for interventions to reduce catheter-associated tract infections in home care. 

For more information on Virtua's Home Health Care services, please call 856-581-7200.

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