Together We Make a Difference

Donate

Home Care Services

You want to stay in our own home, but sometimes you need help - help from someone you trust, someone who cares. That someone is Mohawk Valley Health System!

Maybe you need transportation to see your doctor, have questions about community services, are looking for disease management and education, or help to stay in your own home. We can do all those things and more. We have everything you need …all in one place.

Not sure what you need? Our Home Care Services are just a phone call away. Call us at 315-624-HOME (4663) to get information about all the services you need to keep you in your home, living safely and independently.

MVHS Home Care Services include:

Adult Day Health Care Program

Adult Day Health Care provides a supportive, nurturing and family-centered environment that promotes wellness, independence and self-esteem. Our program enhances the lives of the frail elderly, the chronically ill and disabled adults, while maintaining their residence in the community.

Mohawk Valley Home Care

A licensed provider of skilled nursing services. Our nurses provide instruction and assessments to help patients remain in their homes.

Senior Network Health

A program designed to maintain the health and safety of our adult population, as well as to delay, and if possible, avoid the need for nursing home placement. Through collaboration with community agencies, we develop individualized care
plans for each member that provide the optimal setting for a healthy and safe environment in one’s own home.

Mohawk Valley Health Support Services

Provides respiratory therapy and durable medical equipment 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our staff of licensed professionals is committed to providing exceptional service, with the most up to date equipment to handle all your healthcare needs.

Visiting Nurse Association of Utica & Oneida County

An agency certified by federal and state regulations to provide skilled home care services. Our nurses, aides, therapists (physical, occupational and speech), medical social workers and nutritionists assist in adaptation to a new or chronic disease.