APC Home Health Services

APC Home Health Services is dedicated exclusively to providing home health services to Medicare and Medicaid eligible patients on a part-time and intermittent basis. Skilled nursing care, home care aides, physical therapy, and occupational therapy, are provided to homebound geriatric patients whose care is provided in compliance with the orders from the attending physicians. As our short-term Client, you’ll find we share your goals as you work toward recovery after illness, injury or hospitalization. You’ll experience a specialty team approach to providing personalized therapy and health care that helps you regain target levels of strength, mobility, independence and wellness.

APC provides the following services:

  • Cardiopulmonary Nursing Assessments
  • Cardiovascular Care
  • Suprapubic Catheter Care and Teaching
  • Chronic Disease Management of conditions such as (Heart failure, asthma obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, etc.,)
  • Diabetes Education
  • Enteral Therapy
  • Gastrostomy Care
  • Foley Catheter Care (Management)
  • Wound Care
  • Colostomy Care
  • Tracheostomy Care
  • Home Health Aides
  • IV Therapy
  • IV Hydration Therapy
  • Port-A-Cath Access and Flushing
  • Laboratory Services (Lab Draws)
  • Monitoring For Medical Compliance
  • Monitoring of Vital Signs
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Observation of Postoperative Care Monitoring for Medical Complications
  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Restorative Nursing

Medicare:  All beneficiaries can get home health care benefits if they meet certain conditions. Medicare eligible patients must be under the care of a licensed physician who determines the need for home health care, has a medical necessity for intermittent skilled nursing, physical therapy, or speech therapy, and be homebound.  

APC is licensed by TDHS as a Home and Community Support Service Agency to provide licensed and certified home health services (L & CHHS). 

Medicaid: Professional home health services are provided to homebound Medicaid eligible patients. Medicaid home health benefits to eligible patients include skilled nurse services, home health aide visits, physical therapy visits, occupational therapy visits, and expandable medical supplies provided at their place of residence.

While a physician order is required, clients eligible for Medicaid benefits must be homebound and meet specific criteria for admission. This criteria includes the following: a medical necessity for home health services, medical supplies or DME; care must be appropriate in the home; and the patient must have a caregiver that is available, responsible, and capable if the patient is unable to perform their own care, or monitor their own medical condition and safety.