Payson Regional Home Health agency is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary of providing excellent service and quality care.
And to meet the growing need for home health services in the community, has recently relocated to 708 E. Highway 260.
“Payson Regional Home Health is excited about this new chapter in our agency’s history and we are taking this opportunity to renew our commitment to our patients, their families and the Payson health care community,” said Bonnie Sweeny, Agency Administrator.
Home Health provides comprehensive in-home health and supportive services to home care patients to maximize the health and independence of all who qualify for and desire home-based healthcare services.
Payson Regional Home Health recently attained CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Program, Inc.) Accredited Agency Deemed Status.
The “gold” standard for Home Health accreditation, CHAP signifies that an organization has achieved excellence in operations and the services it provides to people in need.
“Quality in home health care is our No. 1 goal, so we measured our 2009 quality comparison scores against the 12 national indicators of quality as researched by an independent company, SHP,” Sweeney said. “SHP, Strategic Healthcare Programs, is a healthcare intelligence solutions provider who could access the most recent quality data for us. (Medicare compiles this same data, but it is not as current). In 11 out of the 12 categories, Payson Regional Home Health exceeded national norms by up to 15 percent.”
”I am honored in my role as the director of such a fine group of care providers,” Sweeny added. “Working side-by-side with Payson’s most qualified professionals, I know first hand the incredible dedication and quality of care that our team provides. I look forward to continuing in that wonderful tradition for many more years in our new home.”
As a Payson–based home health provider, Home Health has a dedicated staff of local nurses with a collective 120 years of health care experience.
Payson Regional Home Health offers skilled nursing, home health aides, and physical and occupational therapy.
“Caring for the sick, elderly, chronically ill and those recovering from a recent hospital stay in their homes is a privilege and a passion of ours,” said Sweeny. “Home health care professionals working with the local medical community, as Partners in Care, make it possible for many of our Payson residents to be cared for safely in their homes, keeping them independent longer.”
For more information about the services Payson Regional Home Health provides, as well as coverage benefits, call (928) 472-5245.
Payson Regional Home Health is an affiliate of and a partner in care with the Payson Regional Medical Center.