Paloma Home Health Agency Inc.

Paloma Home Health Agency Inc.

What is Home Health?

Home Health Care is skilled nursing care and certain other health care services that you receive in your home for the treatment of an illness or injury. This could also include physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Medicare Part A will cover home health expenses at 100%. Private duty home care is not covered by Medicare and is paid for by the individual receiving the service. This type of service usually includes housekeeping and other routine personal care services (cooking, laundry, and shopping, and live in care givers.).  



Paloma Home Health Agency Inc. provides quality service to the elderly, sick, and disabled
Let us meet your everyday needs

***FREE OF CHARGE***if Medicare approved
***FREE OF CHARGE***if Medicare approved

Paloma Home Health Agency Inc.
Phone: 972-346-2013
Email: [email protected]

Call or email now to see if you are Medicare/Medicaid Qualified
If you or someone you know needs help with
1. Diabetes
2. High Blood Pressure
3. Wound Care
4. Arthritis/Joint Pain
5. Any Chronic Illness or Disease
We Also Provide:
1. Light House Keeping/Laundry Services
2. Senior Transportation
3. Meal Preparation
4. And Much More At No Charge to YOU!!

Please have this information at hand for fastest and most efficient service
Name: __________________________________________________________________
Address __________________________________________________________________
Phone ____________________________________________________________________
D.O.B. ____________________________________________________________________
Medicare # ________________________________________________________________








II. How to get Medicare Home Health Care: 

• Your doctor must determine you need medical care in your home.

 • You will need at least one of the following services: skilled nursing care, physical or speech therapy. 

• You must be homebound. Homebound means that leaving your home is a considerable and taxing effort

III. What qualifies as Skilled Home Care Services?

• Wound Care for pressure ulcers or surgical wounds 

• Physical Therapy (fall prevention, recent fractures, recent stroke, TIA's, endurance issues, or transfer training) 

• Occupational Therapy (recent strokes, ADL training-such as dressing, grooming, and bathing)

• Speech Therapy (swallowing issues, aspiration, recent stroke, pneumonia)

 • Patient and Caregiver education

• IV Therapy

• Injections (diabetes, B-12)

• Medication Management

IV. Home Health vs. Hospitalization:

• In many cases home health care services may be appropriate to prevent an individual from being hospitalized.

• Most patients and their families prefer to stay at home rather than be placed in the hospital or skilled nursing facility when their condition allows them to remain at home.

• Home health care is usually less expensive and in some cases just as effective as care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. 

Home health care assists a person in their recovery from an illness, accident, surgery, or change in their medical condition. Professional health care and rehabilitation services are delivered in a person’s home environment under the direction of their personal physician. 

Why you may need home health care? 

 · Frequent hospitalizations.         

 Frequent falls or near falls. ·        

Problems with medication regimen. ·     

 Recent surgery or hospitalization. ·        

Multiple health problems and/or new condition. ·        

Multiple or no caregivers.  

Services offered include:     

Skilled Nursing 

24/7 Availability     

Physical Therapy 

Wound/Ostomy Care   

Occupational Therapy  

Infusion Therapy   

Speech Therapy 

PT/TNR results in home  

Home Care Aides 

Pain Management    

Medical Social Workers 


Full services licensed by the State of Texas and is locally owned and operated.

Now serving the following counties in North  Texas;



A homebound criterion is usually required. ·       

The patient is under the care of a physician who manages and authorizes the need for services. ·       

The patient requires the skilled services of a Registered Nurse, Physical  Therapist, and/or Speech Therapist.

Who pays for home health care?

If you are Medicare eligible and qualified for care, there is no out of pocket cost to you. Home care can also be paid for by many private insurances or a variety of public programs.

To qualify for Medicare home health services, there are five basic requirements:

1. Your physician must determine that you need home health care services

2. Your own physician must write the orders for home health services, and oversee your care

3. You must need skilled services that are provided by a nurse or therapist

4. Your physician must determine that you are homebound, requiring considerable effort and help to leave home

5. The services you need are only required on a part-time, or intermittent, basis.    

Because benefits and requirements can vary, we can help you check with payors about your specific benefits, even before beginning services, so you can have this information at the start of care. 

-Medicare pays 100% of the cost for home health care for individuals 65 years of age or over or permanently disabled.

-Private insurance will pay for home health care. Benefits vary per policy and verification of benefits is required.

-Medicaid pays 100%. Pre-authorization is required.

-Workers Compensation Insurance.-Private Pay.

Non Discrimination Policy 

It is the policy of Paloma Home Health Agency to treat all individuals in need of care without discrimination on the basis of race, sex, age, religion, physical handicap, or national origin. Paloma Home Health Agency offers the finest professional care and services on an individual basis, providing care for patients going home from the hospital or recovering from an extended illness. We accept referrals from physicians, family, friends, hospitals, or from you personally.  

We can HELP you in a number of ways.      

   ·     Patient specific health data with observations by a professional nurse are reported to the physician. 

·       Helping patients and their families to understand and follow physician's orders regarding nutrition, special diets, medications, and general nursing care:

 ·       Assisting with home management of catheters and feeding tubes.

 ·     Giving injections ordered by the physician and teaching patients and family the proper techniques for doing so. 

 ·       Teaching patients and caregivers at home the proper techniques of how to use a wheelchair, walker, crutches.  

  ·       Helping patients restore strength and independence through physical therapy exercises, 

·        Educating diabetic patients on how to manage diet, insulin, and other health related measures. 

·       Enabling the patient with ostomy how to resume a full, active life.

 ·        Assisting patients with bathing and personal grooming (ADLS).  

  ·     Assisting patients in the proper use of oxygen and respiratory equipment.      


We can be reached at the following address

1832 Kittyhawk Dr,Little Elm, TX 75068, USA

Tel: 972-346.2013

Fax: 972-853-7085

Email us at [email protected]                 


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