We serve patients within a 60 mile radius of Tucson
That depends on many factors. Private insurance companies and Medicare have complex rules to determine what they will (and will not) cover. To determine whether your insurance will pay for our services, we will research your specific insurance coverage and process all necessary reimbursement paperwork. Homecare Embassy accepts and bills most insurance claims, including AHCCCS and Medicare; if you’re covered, we can handle the paperwork so you don’t have to. In those cases where insurance coverage is not available, we accept all major credit cards.
Our office is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Nights, weekends, holidays—we’re here to assist you when you need us!
You or your insurer pays Homecare Embassy for homecare services. Homecare Embassy pays the employee who is providing the homecare services
Yes. We provide complete insurance coverage for our employees, including liability, Worker’s Compensation, and bonding insurance. Liability insurance covers any damage an employee may cause; Worker’s Compensation covers injuries to an employee while in your home; and our employees are bonded against acts of dishonesty.
Each of our employees is required to attend monthly in-service training conducted by health-care professionals. This training ensures that our employees maintain quality care and service and fosters constant skills improvement.
Our employees must pass a stringent interview process as well as thorough background checks, drug screening, skills testing, and examination of their health-care experience. We check all references and we also require fingerprinting of our field staff. In short, we take all the steps necessary to ensure that we send you qualified and reliable health-care professionals
Yes, we are licensed by the State of Arizona for home health care and must comply with guidelines set forth by the Arizona Department of Health Services. In addition, our company is bonded and insured
A “plan of care” is developed with, and for, each client. A Homecare Embassy RN Case Manager collaborates with the client, the client’s family and the physician to develop each client’s plan of care. This plan specifies the level and type of care needed, and the frequency of treatment. The RN Case Manager then serves as the conduit though which information passes from the client, physician and caregivers. The plan of care is then updated every two months and as it is needed.
Homecare Embassy provides a full range of non-medical in home care services. We work with you to fulfill your needs-everything from a one-hour bath visit to round-the-clock care.