and people are far more than
their medical conditions.
VNA of Maryland has been serving patients for over 100 years. Our agency was founded in 1895 to meet the home health care needs of the residents of the greater Baltimore area. Over a period of time we have expanded our services to meet the needs of many of the residents of the state of Maryland. VNA of Maryland services Baltimore City and 17 surrounding counties.
We know the people we serve, understand their needs, and tailor healthcare to ensure the best journey possible.
We’re passionately committed to making healthcare better every day by leading the industry in clinical excellence and service quality.
We empower our clinicians and staff to embrace the communities they serve, because the best care happens in the context of strong relationships.
Our innovative Care Model has changed the delivery of Home Health Care in the State of Maryland, focusing on the needs of the patient as our primary concern. This approach has allowed us to be uniquely successful in transitioning patients from acute care and sub-acute care, to home.
We provide specialized training to all our clinical staff on chronic care best practices, evidence based treatment guidelines for diabetes, COPD, CHF, and depression, as well as Motivational Interviewing principles and Health Coaching skills, that encourage and improve self-behavior management. Our emphasis is on patient-centered care and forming partnerships with our patients to better engage them in their health and self-care.
Our recruiting philosophy follows suit, as we implement a stringent three step hiring and screening process, as well as a continual education and re-evaluation process of our existing staff. This commitment to staff training ensures that the highest levels of quality and a culture of excellence are attained and maintained.
- Alzheimer's and Dementia Care
- Behavioral Health Nursing
- Care Transitions
- Chronic Disease Management
- Fall Prevention
- Heart Disease
- Home Health Aides
- Infusion Therapy
- Medical Social Work
- Medication Management
- Nutritional Consult (including in-home assessment)
- Occupational Therapy
- Pain Management
- Patient/Caregiver Training
- Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)
- Physical Therapy
- Skilled Nursing
- Smooth Transition from Hospital Discharge to Home Health
- Speech Therapy
- Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing
Generally, Medicare and/or Medicaid will cover the cost of home health services for those patients who meet either program’s eligibility requirements. Private insurance companies, managed care organizations, and workers’ compensation plans may also pay for home health services.
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This is the way healthcare is meant to be. You can be empowered to provide the kind of service you can be proud of. Our emphasis on person-centered care affords the time and the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives — every day.