Caledonia Home Health Care & Hospice
PO Box 383  161 Sherman Dr
Saint Johnsbury,  VT  05819

Phone: (802) 748-8116 

Web Site: http://www.nchcvt.org/contact-us/home-healthhospice/

  
Caledonia Home Health Care & Hospice is a non-profit and certified by Medicare and Medicaid to provide home care and hospice servies to Caledonia County.

 

Aids/HIV Care                       Alzheimers Program            Bereavement Support

Case Management               Chore Worker             Diabetes Program

Enterostomal Therapy            Flu Program                        Home Health Aides

Homemakers                       Hospice                      Immunizations and Vaccines

Infusion Therapy                  Medical Social Worker    Occupational Therapy

Pastoral Care                       Pediatric Programs     Personal Care Assistance

Physical Therapy                  Private Duty Nursing    Respite Care

Skilled & Hospice Nursing     Speech Therapy         Volunteer Services

 

        VNA

For more than 100 years, Visiting Nurse Associations (VNAs) have been providing home health care to the communities they serve. VNAs made a critical difference in the late 1800s providing home-based care for the homebound, the impoverished, the frail elderly and children at-risk.

In this new century, not-for-profit VNAs continue their unparalleled selfless tradition by offering quality of life and independence to all Americans through comprehensive home health care.

Today, guided by their charitable missions, VNAs care for nearly 10 million people annually.

VNAs provide home health care for patients of all ages - from infants to elderly. They are the educators of disease prevention and health promotion. Physicians are confident when referring to VNAs because of the their quality standards and clinical excellence. Patients are extremely satisfied with the care they receive from VNAs as shown by a 99 percent customer satisfaction rating.

With their long history of providing quality care, VNAs are recognized as an important community resource and are governed by voluntary boards of directors. This community-based board ensures that the VNA addresses the specific health care needs of their locale.

The role of VNAs is more important than ever as patients spend less time in the hospital, the population continues to age and the demand for home health care increases. To meet demands, VNAs' expertly trained clinical staff use the latest technology available to deliver comprehensive quality care.

The services of VNAs are reimbursed by Medicare, Medicaid, most third party payers and tax-deductible charitable contributions.