With our person-centered approach to home care, we’ve been able to make the home the foundation for healthy recoveries. MRHH provides comprehensive support throughout the continuum of care, from the transition of the hospital to a skilled facility, to home care. We take pride in our work, and adhere to rigorous accountability standards, continuously monitoring patient trending and data analysis.


Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing is provided by a primary care nurse who is experienced in or specializes in adult medical surgical nursing, behavioral health nursing, rehabilitative nursing or wound care. The primary care nurse admits the patient to service, performs comprehensive assessments, establishes the patient care plan, and coordinates services with the patient, family and other disciplines involved in the care plan. While the patient is on service, the primary care nurse makes regular evaluations of the patient’s progress, acts promptly when there is a change in the patient’s condition, communicates regularly with the physician, identifies patient needs and arranges referrals to other disciplines as needed. Other skilled nursing functions include educating the patient and family about condition and disease processes, developing the home health aide care plan and supervision of the home health aide.

Physical Therapy

The goal of physical therapy is to help you regain movement and strength.  Our physical therapists will visit you in your home to help you perform daily activities and progress towards your physical goals.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is designed to help you regain your independence by performing daily activities by yourself.  You may learn new ways to eat, put on clothes or comb your hair.  Occupational therapy is sometimes ordered by a doctor without other skilled care.

Speech Therapy

After a stroke or accident, speech therapy can help you recover your communications skills.  Our speech therapists specialize in the evaluation and treatment of cognition/thinking skills and communication disorders to help you regain independence and improve your quality of life.

Social Work

Medical Social Worker Services are provided by a Medical Social Worker (MSW) team experienced and knowledgeable about Health Care Systems and those Community Resources available to meet patient needs, based on the presenting problems expressed by the referral source and the patient.  The MSW also facilitates and improves family communication related to the patient’s situation.  Options for financial assistance or support will be explored with the patient.  Short term counseling is provided to the patient so as to identify the support and community resources needed to maintain the patient’s optimal level of functional independence and safety within their home and community.

Home Health Aides

Our Home Health Aide services are delivered under the supervision of a registered nurse, or licensed therapist. Our home health aides are certified and require continuing training and education units yearly. All caregivers receive specialty training in Alzheimer’s, dementia, diabetes and fall prevention. Aides are assigned to a case when there is a specified need for personal care.   Home health aides support your nurse by providing assistance with bathing, dressing and other personal care.