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Home Health Care

Professionally reviewed by Michelle Klusman, ABA, BSA, BSHA, Administrator, Good Shepherd at Home, on 04/20/2022.


The home health care services provided through Good Shepherd at Home are a natural extension of the compassionate care that patients receive at Good Shepherd’s inpatient and outpatient locations.

Good Shepherd at Home provides skilled medical care in your home or other place of residence to promote good health and increase function and independence.

Services are available for adults who reside in Lehigh, Northampton, Monroe, Carbon, Schuylkill, Bucks and Berks counties in Pennsylvania.


Conditions Treated by Home Health Care

Good Shepherd’s home health specialists offer services to adults, treating a full range of conditions including:

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Cardiac
  • Nervous system
  • Genitourinary
  • Wound and skin
  • Respiratory
  • Diabetes
  • COVID-19

Home Health Care Services

When you’re going through rehabilitation or recovering from illness or injury, home healthcare professionals come right to your home to provide the healthcare services you need.

  • Skilled nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Home health aide

Training and Education

Good Shepherd’s home specialists offer training and education to patients, including:

  • Bowel and bladder
  • Ostomy
  • Medication
  • Diabetes
  • Wound
  • Fall prevention

Why Choose Good Shepherd for Your Home Health Care Needs?

  • Compassionate care and excellent customer service are hallmarks of Good Shepherd.
  • Our highly skilled clinicians obtain specialty certifications to maximize your function and recovery.
  • We ensure seamless transitions to in-home care and, if needed, outpatient care at one of Good Shepherd’s 20-plus outpatient rehabilitation locations.
  • We cater to your schedule in order to provide convenient and consistent care delivery.
  • Care is coordinated with your other providers, including regular communication with your primary care and/or referring physician.
  • Your safety is our priority. Our licensed care providers undergo extensive background checks. We hire, train and retain honest, ethical and caring providers.
  • Good Shepherd’s reputation for quality care is proven through multiple benchmarks, including accreditation by the Joint Commission and CARF (the gold standard in rehab care) and top quality ratings for all of our long-term care facilities.

COVID Precautions

Safety is our first priority. Good Shepherd at Home has a number of COVID safety measures in place, including: 

  • All Good Shepherd at Home employees are screened daily to assure they are in good health prior to arriving at your home.
  • We call you prior to our arrival to screen for any symptoms that may be related to COVID.
  • When we arrive, we take your temperature.
  • We ask everyone in the home to wear masks while we are present. Please provide your own face covering.
  • We wear masks, face shields and gloves while in your home.
  • We follow strict handwashing and hand sanitizing procedures.

Home Health Care FAQ

Will Medicare or my insurance cover home health care services?
Home health may be covered 100% by Medicare for those who qualify, and we accept most forms of insurance. Part of the admission process includes verification of insurance. Our team is happy to help answer your financial and insurance questions. You can contact us at 610-776-3364.

Do I need a referral from my primary health care provider to receive home health care services from Good Shepherd?
Yes. If you or a loved one is interested in receiving home health care services, speak with your primary care physician, nurse practitioner or other health care provider. You can also talk to someone on our team to find out if home health might be right for you.

Do you provide home health care services for someone that resides in an assisted living facility?
Yes, we do. We’ll work closely with your physician or other authorized practitioner to develop and strictly follow your plan of care.

What is the difference between home health care services and personal home care services?
Home health is skilled clinical care ordered by a health care provider. These services might include things like nursing, physical therapy and occupational therapy and are designed to help you manage your condition and regain your independence after illness, injury or surgery.

Personal home care assistance involves non-clinical services, such as help around the house, transportation, bathing and light meal preparation.

Contact Us To Get Started

To request an appointment with Good Shepherd at Home, please call 610-776-3364 or fill out the form below. (Fax: 610-628-9683)

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