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Home Health Care in Utah

Why First Choice Home Health Care of Utah?

First Choice Home Health of Utah brings medical care and services to the comfort and privacy of your home.  While hospitals, rehabilitation facilities and nursing homes are important for certain medical conditions, individuals would much rather be treated in the comfort of their own home.  Home Health Care, often covered 100% by Medicare, is provided as a way for Utah individuals to improve their health and receive needed care while maintaining personal independence. 

Our goal, at First Choice Home Health of Utah, is to reduce the stress of both the patient and family members involved in the health care decisions.  By communication and working as a team, patients, family members and caregivers can reduce the personal stress often associated with the aging process. 

By utilizing First Choice Home Health services you will improve your health and simplify your life.  No need to drive to a Utah medical center, we come to you!  As a patient, you will receive care and treatment in the comfort of your own home—no need to spend hours in a waiting room.

Our Home Health Care clinicians work closely with your Utah physician to plan your care and meet your personal health care needs.  The First Choice Home Health team treats the "whole" patient, not just the symptoms. First Choice Home Health of Utah provides a full range of specialized services, including Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Nursing Aides and Medical Social Workers.  The First Choice Home Health team is dedicated to giving patients and their caregivers the finest home health services available in Utah!

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What is Home Health Care?

Home Health Care provides medical care to patients in the comfort of their homes or places of residence. This service, often covered under Medicare, allows individuals to remain comfortable and independent. Home Health Care is used for both short and long-term conditions, for example:

  • Nursing home health care treatment of an acute illness
  • Nursing visits for IV therapy
  • Physical Therapy strengthening and rehabilitation
  • Nursing aide assistance with bathing and light housekeeping
  • Medical Social and community resource education
  • Occupational & Physical Therapy as a transition after hospitalization or surgery
  • Home Monitoring System of blood sugar levels, blood pressure, weight loss, etc.