Non-Discrimation Policy
Because Committed Home Healthcare is committed to give you quality home health service, we prohibit the discrimination of our patients. read more »
Our Mission
It is our mission to be committed to providing excellent quality care to our patients. We, the staff at Committed Home Healthcare, will accomplish this mission through continuous improvement and employ empowerment. read more »
We are one of the few companies that give importance to our patients' rights and independence. We provide them with perfect care and attention. We give them the freedom to do what they want as long as it doesn't affect their health negatively. read more »
4217 Marsh Ridge Road, Ste. 100
Carrollton, Texas 75010

Phone: (972) 306-5060
Fax: (972) 307-6699

How do I qualify for home health care within Medicare guidelines?

Be confined to the home, Be in need of skilled nursing care on a intermittent basis or have a continuous need for physical/occupation therapy referred by a physician.

Do I need homecare?

If you are unable to perform daily task such as toileting, hygiene, ambulation, feeding or dressing without assistance you may benefit from homecare. If recently returning home from a hospital stay or rehabilitation center.

What does homebound mean?

If patient has a physical condition and or/physical limitation that restricts leaving home without assistance. When you leave home, it must be to get medical care, or for short, infrequent non-medical reasons such as a trip to get a haircut, or to attend religious services or adult day care.

Do I have to pay anything if I have Medicare as Primary?

If you qualify for home health through Medicare, you will not have to pay anything. Medicare pays 100% of the care. There is no deductible or out of pocket expense. Once verified by Medicare Eligibility, Committed Home Health will provide required services at no cost.

If I don't qualify for Medicare to pay for home health, can I still have it?

Yes. If your physician orders home health and you do not qualify under Medicare guidelines, services can be paid from out of pocket, contact agency for fee list.

How often will you come see me?

At the time of admission to the service, an RN will assess your condition and needs and will set up a plan of care with you. The RN will discuss the frequency of visits and services with you.

What does Home Health Aide do?

The primary function of a home health aide is to perform personal care, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, caring for hair, and oral hygiene. The aide spends anywhere from 45 minutes to 1 hour in the home. Once the personal care is complete, the aide may also perform other duties for the patient, the aide may straighten the bedroom, clean the bathroom, change the bed linens, or fix a snack for the patient. The aide does not perform spring-cleaning, sweep and mop floors, vacuum etc.

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