When you or a loved one has a serious illness, you may have a multitude of needs. You may have questions about how Elder Medical Care can help. Below are the answers to frequently asked questions about our Elder Medical Care services. If you have more questions, our care navigators can help. Call 1.888.823.8880.
If you have a serious illness, Elder Medical Care brings primary medical care to you—at your home or residential community center. In addition to medical care, we can provide emotional, social and volunteer support, if needed.
No. Our certified registered nurse practitioners may act as your primary care provider or as a support to your current physician or specialist, depending on your wishes.
Our Nurse Practitioners will conduct an initial assessment and then develop your plan of care. The frequency of visits will depend on your clinical needs.
Our service does not provide aides that perform caregiver functions, but we can work in conjunction with another service that does, and we can assist in connecting you to those other services.
Medicare, Medicaid and most insurers offer coverage for Elder Medical Care. Co-pays apply. Case management and volunteer care is provided at no cost to you. Those services are fully funded through community donations and support.
Yes. Elder Medical Care and Medicare home health services are billed separately. You can receive support from both services simultaneously.