Salus Homecare Salt Lake City is nationally accredited by the Joint Commission for quality of care. This is a standing that our agency continues to earn by accepting the rigorous standards put in place by the Joint Commission and undergoing an annual certification process. In doing this, we are one of the few home care and home health agencies that has proven we hold a deep respect for the care and safety of our clients, which is a primary reason that our home health services are often a top recommendation of respected doctors and hospital discharge planners.
As part of Salus Homecare Salt Lake City’s commitment to excellence, we value the individuality of every client. Our home health care managers and nurses ask for input from our clients when creating or revising care plans and consider their goals in all of our recommendations. Combined with our commitment to providing staff with the ongoing training they need to stay abreast of the latest healthcare innovations and our exceptional customer service, this is a primary reason why clients often choose our agency when home health care needs arise.
Wonda S. July 24, 2015
Our caseworker was very flexible when we had to change our time. Whenever we had to change the schedule around she was willing to work with us.
Violet N. May 4, 2015
Our case manager was very helpful and professional. Our caregiver is a wonderful loving woman, we were very pleased with her service.
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Salus Home Health of Utah can meet with you at the hospital very soon after you or your pediatrician contacts us to schedule a consultation. Once the free, no-obligation consultation is complete, we can coordinate home health services as soon as your baby is discharged home.
No. Salus Homecare of Utah only handles billing through our main office. This is to provide convenience and safety for our clients and ensure accuracy. If you are ever asked to pay one of our nurses or therapists directly, please contact our office immediately.
Yes. Our nurses are asked to provide us with advance notice of any planned absences so we can coordinate backup care quickly. Additionally, we have care managers who remain on call 24 hours a day and seven days a week so that we always ensure our clients have the coverage they need if an emergency should arise.
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Long term care needs often arise when an individual is diagnosed with a chronic medical condition that requires greater attention. Appropriate for all age groups, this type of care is more permanent.
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