Grane Home Health is a locally owned home health care company in PA that provides home health care services in Pittsburgh and other areas in PA. We take pride in helping you achieve your goal to function at the highest level possible after an illness or injury so that you may continue to live comfortably in your home environment.

Home Health Care for You and Your Family

What is Home Health Care?

Home health care provides the same level of skilled nursing and rehabilitative care as inpatient settings, however it is done within the convenience of your own home. Our nurses and therapists will come to you so that you may restore your health in your most comfortable surroundings.

Who is Eligible for Home Health Care?

You are eligible for home health care when deemed necessary by a physician, no matter what your age. If you require skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and/or need assistance with activities of daily living and are essentially “homebound,” you can receive home health care. (Homebound is defined as the inability to leave the home unassisted.) Services can also be provided if you require part-time, intermittent, or daily care.

Who Pays for Home Health Care?

Medicare, Medicaid, most private insurance, and workers' compensation pay for home health care.

What Does Home Health Care Provide?

Grane Home Health Care can provide a service or a combination of services in your home all under the direction of a physician. Working with your primary care physician, our qualified staff will plan, coordinate, and provide care tailored to your needs. Our services include: skilled nursing, wound care nursing, behavioral health nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology services, medical social worker availability, and home health aide assistance.

Home Health Care Indicators can include, but are not limited to:

  • CHF
  • Chronic Joint Pain
  • COPD
  • Decreased Mobility
  • Diabetes
  • Edema
  • Feeding Tubes
  • Frequent Calls to Physician
  • General Weakness
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Hospitalizations
  • Increased Fall Risk or Frequent Falls
  • IV Therapy
  • Medication Changes
  • New Medical Equipment (wheelchair, walker, etc.)
  • Poor Illness and Diet Management
  • Recent Surgery
  • Required Medication Management
  • Respiratory Infection
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Stroke
  • Uncontrolled Blood Sugars
  • Uncontrolled Weight Fluctuation
  • Wound Vacs
  • Wounds or Skin Breakdown