Helping Patients in Their Homes
Home Health specializes in serving those who are ill, disabled or recovering from surgery or illness in the comfort of their own home. From rehabilitation to IV therapies, Home Health offers what patients need through a comprehensive range of licensed home care services.
Our home health specialty programs include wound care, disease-specific programs and telemonitoring.
Our services …
- 24-hour on-call skilled nursing
- IV therapy
- Post-surgical care
- Disease management
- Routine home care services
- Assistance with daily living activities
- Medication management & education
- Rehabilitation care and therapies (physical, occupational and speech therapy)
- Social services and spiritual counseling
- Telemonitoring – 7 days/week
- Skilled nursing care
- Therapy services
- Personal care services
- Medical social services
Telemonitoring is an efficient method of health care delivery that uses communication technologies to bring providers and patients together in real time.Home Health uses specialized in-home telemonitoring equipment to measure vital signs. Blood pressure, heart activity and weight measurements are among the vital statistics that can be monitored. With this technology, nursing response times to condition changes are reduced and emergency department visits and hospitalization days can be decreased.
Home Health is pleased to offer telemonitoring as a way to improve the care of home-bound patients by helping physicians identify problems before they advance to more serious levels.
How May We Help You?
Home Health Call Line
Serving Greenville, Pickens, Oconee & Anderson Counties
Helpful Links for Providers
- Going Beyond Diagnosis: Home Health F2F Physician Encounter (article) (video)
- Transitional Care Management Services Fact Sheet – CMS
- Certifying Patients for the Medicare Home Health Benefit
- The Next Thirty Days
Home Health News
The GHS Home Health Heart Walkers had a great time on Saturday, April 1, doing their part to benefit the American Heart Association. The Home Health team, including Brandon Peed, Debbie Vavro, Vanessa Epps, Jennifer Healy, Toni Young and Sheri Lunsford (not pictured) and their families, raised almost $600 for this important cause. Greenville Health System was the No. 1 participating organization last year, tripling its 2015 donations.”
Quality Laboratory Service Recognition
Home Health has met all criteria for Laboratory Accreditation by COLA, a national healthcare accreditation organization. Accreditation is given to laboratories that apply rigid standards of quality in day-to-day operations, demonstrate continued accuracy in the performance of proficiency testing and pass a rigorous on-site laboratory survey.
Daisy Award Recipient
GHS Home Health Nurse Manager Vanessa Epps with Daisy Award winner Jennifer Kraus, RN. The Daisy Award was created in 1999 by the family of Patrick Barnes in honor of the care he received during his final illness. The award seeks to provide “on-going recognition of the clinical skill and especially the compassion nurses provide to patients and families all year long.” Jennifer has been acknowledged by her patients as an exemplary nurse who not only listens well but responds appropriately and compassionately to their concerns.
2017 March for Babies
The March of Dimes® GHS team is seen walking at the 2017 March for Babies® event on the Greenville Technical College campus. In the past 10 years, GHS has raised over $800,000 for babies right here in our community. The mission of the March of Dimes is to prevent prematurity, birth defects, and infant mortality. Along with the MOD, GHS employees, & friends/family are all working together to ensure EVERY baby gets a healthy start in life.