The mission of the Bon Secours Health System is to bring compassion to healthcare and to be good help to those in need, especially those who are poor and dying, and communities to health and wholeness as part of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.
In 1824, the Sisters of Bon Secours began to care for the sick in their own homes in Paris, France. Today, compassionate care at home remains a fundamental part of the mission of Bon Secours. Bon Secours Home Care is a recognized leader in the provision of quality care to patients in the home setting. We offer a comprehensive suite of services to patients, from infants to seniors, that addresses their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
- Skilled Nursing (diabetic teaching, medication management, post-operative care)
- Certified Wound and Ostomy Nurse
- Heart Failure Disease Management Program
- Home Telehealth Monitoring
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
- Medical Social Workers
- Pediatric Services
- Orthopaedic Rehab Services
- Home Health Aides (activities of daily living assistance in conjunction with patient’s rehabilitative plan of care)
Who Is Eligible for Home Health Care Services?
Patients must currently be under the care of a physician who has ordered home health services that are to be provided by a skilled nurse or therapist.
If patients’ insurance indicates homebound status is met to receive home health care services, the patient must be confined to the home due to illness or injury. It is not mandatory to be bedridden, but leaving one’s residence must be infrequent and require a considerable and taxing effort.