Bringing Healthcare Home
There’s no place like home. For many seniors, remaining at home is very important and often possible with a little help. HomeCare Providers of Alamance Regional Medical Center offers assistance with daily activities so that patients can remain independent. Our trained staff members are available to help with bathing, dressing, medication reminders, light housekeeping, meal preparation, grocery shopping and more. Whether you want help a few hours each day or 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the staff of HomeCare Providers can tailor a plan of care based on your personal needs.
Certified and Accredited
Our caregivers and in-home aides are certified nursing assistants who are trained and educated to deliver safe, skilled, therapeutic care. Each nursing assistant must complete an intensive training course and pass formal written and task-demonstration tests that are administered by the state. As a division of Alamance Regional Medical Center, HomeCare Providers is licensed by the state and accredited by the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations.
The HomeCare Providers services listed below are available in Alamance County and several other counties. For a free consultation or more information about our services, call 336-538-8557 or 1-800-525-3550.
Certified nursing assistants work under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse and can assist with a wide variety of services. A coordinator and a registered nurse are available 24 hours a day, 7days a week to assist in changes with your service needs. Services include assistance with eating, grooming, dressing, bathing, toileting, walking and getting around, medication reminders, preparing grocery lists, light housekeeping, laundry, changing linens, meal preparation and clean up, dusting, shopping for groceries and supplies, and escort to appointments.
A variety of limited nursing services are available as ordered by your doctor, such as lab tests and home safety assessments.
Trained ministers are available to serve as home health chaplains for you and your loved ones. These professionals can help your family with decision making regarding your care or issues related to your illness or spiritual needs.
Medicaid and long-term care insurance often pay for HomeCare Providers services or you can pay privately, which is at an hourly rate. Please contact us to obtain specific cost information.
Other services offered by HomeCare Providers include:
Community Alternatives Program for Children
The Community Alternative Program for Children (CAP/C) provides case management services for medically high-risk children who are at risk of institutionalization. This is a Medicaid based program.
HIV Services are provided for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. These services include HIV case management and HIV medical case management. For more information about HIV services, please call 336-538-8557 or 1-800-525-3550.
HIV Case Management assesses the client's needs for specific health, psychological, and social services and facilitates access to those services. To be eligible for case management, a client must have an HIV/AIDS diagnosis and live in Alamance, Caswell or Rockingham counties.
HIV Medical Case Management provides more intensive case management services for newly diagnosed individuals or those with challenges to following medical recommendations.