Health. Independence. Quality Outcomes.

Traditions Health brings the healthcare that patients need to the comfort of their own home. Our team of healthcare professionals has one goal in mind, helping patients regain and maintain their health and independence. Whether the patient is suffering from a minor illness, recovering from a surgical procedure or a chronic condition, our clinicians work with the physician, patient, and patient’s loved ones to determine reasonable goals and develop a plan to meet those goals.

When a patient is diagnosed with a chronic disease, it is important that they receive education regarding how to manage their disease process. Our team provides education regarding the disease process, sign and symptom awareness and management, and healthy lifestyle choices to decrease emergency department visits and hospitalization.


Dementia Matters

Caring for Your Loved One at Home


Next Step

Going the Extra Step in Home Therapy Services


The GAP Program

Guiding the Advanced Patient


Step by Step Disease State Management:

These standard educational tools facilitate shared decision making and empower patients to manage their own health.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Diabetes, Heart Failure, High Blood Pressure, Joint Replacement, Pneumonia


Skilled Nursing

Skilled Nursing

When patients are admitted for home health services, our compassionate team of Skilled Nurses will provide an initial assessment to understand their needs. They work very closely with patients and their physician to develop a plan of care specific to their condition. They also provide education that will help patients manage their health long term, promoting wellness and independence. Whether patients need simple monitoring and education or require more advanced care, such as going home with a ventilator, our nurses provide the care needed in the comfort of the patient's own home.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

When suffering from an illness or injury, your strength and mobility may decrease or you may experience pain. Our Physical Therapists will work with you to develop a plan to improve your mobility and decrease pain. They often use therapeutic exercises, stretching, strengthening and ultrasound or electrical stimulation to promote strength, endurance and comfort.

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapists assist patients who have difficulty communicating or swallowing. If you have difficulty swallowing, our therapists will determine the least restrictive diet texture and liquid consistency to help you eat and drink more comfortably. It is also very important tha you take your medications and difficulty swallowing can lead to fear of taking your medication. Our therapists will work with you and your physician to determine the best consistency for your medications to promote good medication and adherence.

Communication is an important part of our everyday life, and it can be very frustrating for you and those around you when your ability to speak and communicate becomes decreased. Our Speech Therapists will provide you with the exercises and tools that you need to communicate as effectively as possible.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists provide services that assist our patients in returning to their usual activities, such as bathing, preparing meals, and hosuekeeping. Our therapists will determine what is important to you and help you and your caregivers develop a plan to meet your goals. To achieve your goals, the therapist may help you adapt tasks you are performing or your environment. They encourage self-management to empower you to understand your condition and develop a plan to reach your health goals.

Medical Social Worker

Medical Social Worker

Social Workers can be very beneficial to patients needing care at home. They provide information and resources to help the patient remain safe and cared for in their own homes. The Social Worker provides education and aid in setting up community resources to assist with any medical, psychological or social assistance that may be needed.

Home Health Aide

Home Health Aide

Home Health Aides assist with personal care and activities of daily living during the recovery process. The care provided may include bathing, grooming, assistance with getting dressed, linen changes and light meal preparation.

Core Values

Integrity: Be Honest. Always do the right thing.

Compassion: Show kindness to others in need or distress.

Patient Satisfaction: Meet or surpass the customer's expectations.

Team Attitude: Create a positive work environment. Everyone is a vital part of the team.

Compliance: Exceed the standard.

Professionalism: Perform daily activities with high ethical standards and excellence.

Commitment: Loyalty to our patients and to each other.

Our Commitment

Here when you need us! Traditions Health is available for you, your family and caregivers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide care and support to help you maintain the highest quality of life possible.

Who Pays for Hospice Care?

Most patients incur no out of pocket expense for hospice services. Hospice care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and some private insurance plans.

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