Why Choose Our Home Health Care

Your personal home care manager will ensure that you receive the best possible care.



Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be provided in your own home or residence. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and in some cases can be just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.  


Valley Home Care will deliver the best home health care to every patient we serve. Our staff will provide individualized, competent, safe and dependable care that will help patients to continue to live as self-sufficient as possible.


Our passion is to make a difference in the lives of patients we serve by valuing them as unique individuals, providing excellent and sensitive care, ensuring competent, safe and dependable care and bridging a smooth transition from acute care to home care.  




In general, home healthcare providers part-time or intermittent skilled nursing care and other skilled care services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and respiratory services. Other services also include medical social worker and assistance from a home health aide. A home health care agency coordinates the service your doctor orders for you.  

Examples of skilled home health services include:

Frequently Asked Questions

When considering skilled home health, you may have questions about services. Here are a few of the most common topics asked by our patients and providers. In addition, we are available to answer any of your questions and/or concerns to help alleviate any anxiety about home health care.

or patients who have Medicare Part A benefits and who meet home health coverage guidelines, services are covered at 100% by Medicare. Frontier Home Health verifies insurance coverage as a courtesy to all prospective patients. Call us and we will be glad to discuss your situation with you.

You must be homebound or normally unable to leave home. Leaving home takes considerable and taxing effort. A person may leave home for medical treatment or short, infrequent absences for non-medical reasons, such as a trip to the barber or to attend religious services.

There is no set length of time for home care—it can vary greatly based on a person’s unique needs. Some home care services may last for a few weeks, while others may be lifelong. If a physician is prescribing your home care, he or she will oversee services until your recovery goals are met. However, if you are making the decision to start home care on your own, you can determine how many hours a week of care you need, and how often. Some home care providers may have a minimum hourly commitment to start care, or require you to sign a contract for a certain duration of time, so it’s important to ask any provider you consider.

Different types of care require different certifications and training. Depending on your specific needs, the caregivers and clinicians coming into your home can vary. You could have different caregivers at different times of the day, week, or month as part of your care. Personal care and companionship services are most often provided by a home health aide (HHA) or certified nursing assistant (CNA). Private duty nursing care and home health care services are provided by registered nurses (RNs) or licensed practical nurses (LPNs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), or speech language pathologists (SLPs). A medical social worker (MSW) can help individuals and family members connect with community resources.

 Additionally, depending on the provider you choose, there may be other professionals who don’t come to your home on a regular basis, but can be instrumental in helping to manage your care. These experts may help with things like overseeing your overall care experience, coordinating schedules, billing insurance companies and Medicare directly, and verifying your benefits eligibility.

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What Our Patients Say

The care that I received from Bernadette your nurse and Jing the physical therapist was very professional and caring. if need care in the future or need to recommend a Home Health company i would request your services.

I am in awe of the tender and extensive care given to me by my OT David and my PT Laura. They not only helped my physically improve by leaps and bounds, but they helped me emotionally get through this difficult time. I am so grateful for their genuine compassion and care.