The Duhaney Home Health Care team works together to insure the best quality homecare for all of our patients. All of Duhaney Home Health Care professionals meet our rigorous employee requirements and have graduated from an accredited school for their specialization. Additionally, each skilled employee receives extensive orientation with Duhaney Home Health Care’s operational policies and procedures. All disciplines must complete at least 30 continuing education hours each year and attend company in-services to increase their knowledge base and to keep current in their respective fields. Finally, each discipline adheres to a code of ethics and accountability.
Quality Improvement Coordinator
- Responsible for planning, coordination, management and direction of all activities and programs of the agency.
- Oversees all aspects of quality control within the agency. Works with the Clinical Supervisor to identify
areas of improvement for the agency staff.
Director of Patient Care Services
- Provides medical consultation to all agency personnel. Provides presentation training and orientation sessions,
and community forums, as needed.
- Responsible for the overall direction of home health clinical services. Establishes, implements and evaluates goals
and objectives for home health services that meet and promote the standards of quality and contribute to the total organization
Registered Nurse (RN)
- The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for care coordination and case management. The Clinical Supervisor assures that
care and services are delivered to meet patient needs and are according to physician orders.
- The RN is responsible for the implementation of standards of care for skilled services as prescribed by the physician and
in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and policies of the agency.
- Completes the Initial Assessment Visit and coordinates the service the patient receives from admission/referral to discharge.
- Physical therapists provide evaluation, treatment, and instruction to increase range of motion, strength, and endurance.
- Occupational therapists provide activities and instructions designed to increase independence for the patient unable to perform activities of daily living.
Medical Social Workers (MSW)
- Speech therapists provide services designed to help patients improve or restore communication skills.
- Medical social workers provide social, environmental, and emotional counseling for patients.
- Dietician consultants provide patients with a comprehensive dietary plan according to a physician's orders.