Live independently and safely at home.

Because you deserve to heal in comfort.

Benefits Of A Health Partnership

Care in the Comfort of Your Own Home

We provide in-home care to remove health roadblocks from your path.

Having a trusted care provider to rely on for every phase of your healthcare journey gives you the tools you need to stay safe and independent at home for longer.

Healing and Recovery at Home

The best place to heal is at home. With skilled nursing care, you can heal from surgery or an acute illness quicker than in a nursing home, plus learn long-term strategies to improve your health.

Improved Quality Of Life

After a life-limiting disease diagnosis, hospice care can improve your quality of life. When we can manage pain and symptoms, people often live longer and better than initially expected.

A Little Extra Help At Home

Sometimes you may need just a little extra help with light housework, errands, personal grooming, or preparing your meals, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it’s time for a nursing home.

customer Testimonials

Feel Confident In Your Care

But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what our customers have to say:

“It just felt like she had a real interest in my mother, and I really appreciated that.”


Daughter of Client

“It makes my life so much easier. I don’t need my kids here to take care of me because I have people here. It’s like family.”

Billie Jo

Preferred Pathways Member

“My mom absolutely loves her nurse. She’s so sweet, so thorough.”


Daughter of Client

“When you’re 83, you’re limited in what you can do and it is so great to have good people on the job because my kids all have jobs and kids [of their own] and can’t be with me here every minute. It’s so great to have these people here who are willing to go the extra mile.”


Preferred Pathways Member

“They were caring, compassionate, and understanding of not only where my dad is in his illness, but where we are in this process. We're grieving every day and dealing with that grief and they understand that and they're just so tender and kind to my father and our family.”

Kathie W.

Daughter of Client

Our Care Services

Types Of Skilled Care We Offer In Your Home

The type of care you need will change over time, but some of the specific things we help with are:

Heal From Surgery

Skilled nursing care to change wound dressings and watch for signs of infection. Work with our therapists to recover safely after joint replacement.

Chronic Conditions

Our nurses and therapists help you learn to manage your chronic and acute conditions so you can live safely and independently at home for as long as possible.

Managing Medications

We help you manage and understand ALL of the medicines you take, including vitamins, inhalers, and drops. We also help with your refills.

Remote Monitoring

We can check your weight, blood pressure, and oxygen at home. Nurses monitor data remotely to catch and solve problems before they start.

Reduce Falls

Our therapists identify and address safety hazards in your home and help you strengthen your muscles to reduce your risk of falling.

In-Home Assistance

Our case managers and aides help with tasks around the home and connect you with community resources to keep you active.

Symptom Management

Hospice Medical Directors develop and oversee care to meet your overall goals. They maximize your comfort and control symptoms.

Respite Care

We also care for caregivers with episodic or regular respite care to give your loved one a break while knowing that you’re in good hands.

Our Process

Creating Your Path of Care is Easy

Speak to A Path of
Care Expert

Partner with us to Create Your Care Plan

Heal Safely in the Comfort of Home

We’ve Helped Thousands of People Live & Heal Safely at Home.

And we can help you, too.

Common Questions
about A Path of Care Services

Questions asked about our services:

What’s the difference between Home Health, Hospice, and Preferred Pathways?

a. Home Health agencies provide skilled nursing and therapy to meet specific medical needs. It is medical care provided in your home, under the direction of your doctor. Licensed medical professionals help you manage chronic health conditions, like heart failure or diabetes. They can help you recover after surgery or a hospital stay. Care is “intermittent” instead of 24 hours a day.

b. Hospice agencies help those with a life-limiting illness. They treat symptoms of the disease, like pain or nausea, rather than treating the disease itself. Hospice nurses and doctors are skilled in the latest techniques to help relieve pain and improve your comfort. Social workers, chaplains, and volunteers also provide tremendous help and resources for patients and family members.

c. Preferred Pathways is in-home care that allows people with specific needs to stay in their homes instead of moving to a long-term care facility. Our specially-trained employees help with daily activities so you can remain independent, such as personal hygiene, grooming, light housework, meal preparation, running errands, etc.

How much does home health cost?

Home health is a covered benefit if you have original Medicare (Part A). This means you will have no out-of-pocket expense for these services with original Medicare. Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) have different types of coverage. Some will cover home health, but there may be a copayment involved. We would be happy to check on coverage for you. Just get in touch with one of our Care Experts.

How often do you come for Home Health care? Is someone checking on me every day?

It varies based on your condition and how many services you need. The care plan is customized to you. For example, a nurse may come two or three times a week if you are just getting out of the hospital, and then reduce the visits over time. A physical therapist may come once or twice a week and then adjust as you begin to heal. Home health aides make visits depending on specific needs. We will adjust our visits based on your specific needs and the doctor’s orders.

If you would like to have someone monitor your vital signs each day, ask about our Remote Patient Monitoring services. Each day you can check your blood pressure, weight, or oxygen levels on special equipment in your home. A nurse monitors them from a central location, and contacts you and/or your doctor if there is a concern. This is not 24-hour emergency monitoring, but a way to watch trends over time. By catching problems early, you can often avoid an emergency room visit or hospital stay.

How often do you come for Preferred Pathways care? How long does the service last?

Your Case Manager will work with you and/or your family to develop a Member-centered plan to meet your needs. The visits will be based on that plan. Personal Care Assistants generally work with you from 2 – 16 hours a week. They can come daily if needed. Case Managers meet with you at least monthly to ensure you are receiving the services you need.

The services can last as long as you need them. There is no cut-off period if you qualify for the program. Many of our Members have used our services for years. The goal is to allow you to live safely and independently at home for as long as possible.

Where is Hospice care provided?

Hospice care is provided in your own home. This can mean your house, assisted living community, or long-term care facility. We work with you and your family to bring in medical equipment, medications, and other resources for care at home.

Can I keep my current doctor while I use Hospice services?

Yes, you have the option to keep your doctor as part of your care team.

What if my health improves after I start Hospice services?

If your health improves you may be discharged and resume normal medical care. You are always eligible to re-elect hospice care in the future if needed.

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