In what areas are your services available?

Our nurses and therapists are available in the following areas:

Sacramento – Greater Sacramento area including Yolo, El Dorado, Placer, Nevada, Yuba and Sutter County.

Who needs Home Health?

Home Health services are beneficial in a variety of scenarios:

Recovery – While recovering from a surgery, injury or illness

Education – To better understand how to manage a complex medical diagnosis

Rehabilitation – To prevent an injury by focusing on strengthening and safety

Are your services covered by Medicare?

Yes, most services are covered by either Medicare, Medi-Cal or private insurance.

Is your agency licensed?

Yes, Spectrum Home Health & Hospice, Inc is licensed with California’s Department of Public Health and is Medicare certified. We are also accredited by the Joint Commission and ACHC.

How do you select your nurses and therapists?

We consider: experience, compassion, and ability. We also carefully screen all employees for criminal records and driving violations. And of course, we check all references thoroughly.

How long does it take to get a nurse or therapist?

Your nurse or therapist will perform their first assessment within 24-48 hours of receiving an order from your physician.

What if my nurse or therapist is sick or goes on vacation?

Another experienced, caring nurse or therapist will provide the needed services. And of course, we inform clients of any changes prior to sending a substitute.

Why should I use your service instead of another home health agency?

Spectrum Home Health & Hospice, Inc is locally owned and operated and provides superior customer service. We are also active and  involved in the communities that we serve.

How do I qualify for Medicare covered home health services?

You must have a medical need for skilled nursing, physical therapy or speech pathology.

You require intermittent services. Continuous care is not covered.

You must be under the care of a doctor who is willing to participate in managing your home health plan of care.

You are homebound, meaning that your condition keeps you from leaving home without the help of an assistive device or another person to help you. You doctor may also advise that leaving your home home isn’t recommended because of your condition.