Georgetown Home Health Care


Georgetown home health care by RVNA can consist of a registered nurse available 24-hours a day for the Georgetown home health care and surrounding areas.

Our Georgetown home health care team of skilled, Georgetown home care professionals includes:

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  • Registered Nurse Case Management
  • Primary Care Nursing
  • Specialty Nursing including, Behavioral Health Nursing, Maternal/Child Health Nursing, Chronic Disease Management Specialty Programs,
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Speech Therapist
  • Medical Social Worker/Care Management
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Wound Care
  • Palliative Care
  • IV Therapy
  • Medication reconciliation, education and reminders
  • Mobility assessment, care planning, support, teaching & assistance

RVNA Georgetown home health care Paraprofessional services include;

  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Live-in’s
  • Home makers
  • Aging in Place Program
  • Companionship & socialization
  • Transportation & errands
  • Shopping & meal preparation
  • Light housekeeping & laundry services [including linens]

RVNA Georgetown home health care services are provided by the Multidisciplinary Home Healthcare Team working closely with the patient’s own physician.

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HomeCare Elite Award 2013

RVNA has received the HomeCare Elite Award 2013 for Excellence for the 2nd year in a row!

The HomeCare Elite Award 2013 is recognition to the top-performing home health agencies in the U.S.

The HomeCare Elite Award 2013 identifies the top 25 percent of Medicare-certified agencies & highlights the top 100 and the top 500 agencies overall.

Family Caregiver Guide & Checklist on Planned Surgery

Many older adults have planned surgery, such as hip or knee replacements, gall bladder removal or heart bypass. Surgery can improve function and quality of life, but it also entails risks. Anesthesia risks are well known, but older adults also have longer recovery times and may be vulnerable to adverse drug reactions.
“A Family Caregivers Guide to Surgery for Older Adults.” suggests questions to ask the surgeon about treatment goals, pain, and physical limitations after surgery, as well as costs and post discharge options. It also includes a checklist, adapted for family caregivers, from the American College of Surgeons and the American Geriatric Society to assess older patients before surgery. This checklist asks questions about the person’s cognitive status, history of falls, nutritional status, and other elements that may affect the surgery and its outcome. The guide can be accessed at