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Integrity Health Care serves clientele in Box Elder, Cache, and Weber Counties.

Please feel free to contact us with any and all your health care questions/concerns.

Toll Free
1.855.210.0254

Box Elder County
64 South 100 West
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435.723.9000
Fax: 435.734.9819

Cache County 
2351 N. 400 E. #121
Logan, UT 84341
Phone: 435.752.6600
Fax: 435.734.9819

Weber County 
Phone: 801.452.6008

Home Health FAQs PDF Print E-mail

What is Home Health Care?

painting-nailsHome health care is a broad range of professional health care services provided in the comfort of your home. Home health care is appropriate when it is determined that quality healthcare can be safely administered at home. Home health care is typically used to maintain a person in their homes rather than in a nursing home, hospital, or another similar inpatient facility.

Who can provide Home Health Care?

In the state of Utah, home health care requires a license through the Bureau of Health Licensing, Certification, and Resident Assessment. In addition to state licensure, to care for Medicare beneficiaries, a Home Health Agency must be certified by CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services). Integrity Home Health & Hospice is a full-service fully-licensed Home Health Agency in the state of Utah.

Who can receive Home Health Care?

Integrity Home Health & Hospice cares for people of all ages with acute and chronic health care needs. There are three qualifications to utilize the Integrity Home Health Care. First, a person must need skilled intervention, which can range from catheter care to physical therapy to infusion therapy. Second, a person must be homebound or medically restricted to home. And third, a patient needs a physician order to receive Integrity Home Health Care.

What is the definition of homebound?

A patient is considered homebound if leaving the home requires a considerable and taxing effort, or if medically restricted by a physician. A person does NOT need to be bedridden to be considered homebound. A homebound person may still leave the home for such things as religious activities, hair dresser appointments, funerals, or various other infrequent circumstances.

Who pays for Home Health Care?

Medicare pays 100% for Home Health Care. Medicaid covers certain services under Home Health Care; in the state of Utah, Medicaid does not cover physical therapy. Most private insurances also provide coverage for Home Health Care. Home Health Care can also be provided on a private pay basis.

Why choose Integrity Home Health?

Integrity Home Health & Hospice is one of very few agencies in the nation that is employee owned. Each of our employees was handpicked from the community to work with us and has an investment in Integrity's success and quality. We are a hometown agency providing quality health services to our community. Knowing our employees personally, we can assure our clients that you will be treated with respect, dignity, and integrity.

Read about our 2009 HealthInsight Award.

 

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  • Each person is respected and appreciated.
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  • Honor and dignity are the rule, not the exception.

Our Mission

  • To become an extension of your physician's office, by becoming proficient in their specific specialties.
  • To be a "hospital with-out walls" by providing nursing care and physician supervision in the privacy of your own home.
  • To treat our patients with an attitude of respect and courtesy, while helping them maintain their dignity.

Why Choose Integrity?

  • HealthInsight-decal-white_2009Integrity Home Health and Hospice has received the 2009 HealthInsight Quality Award for demonstrating excellence in performance on publicly reported quality of care measures. HealthInsight, the…

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