Wounds and skin conditions
Caring for acute or chronic wounds, whether from a health condition, an illness or an injury, can be complex. When an underlying condition compromises this care or contributes to prolonged wound healing or an increased risk of a wound reoccurring, you may need specialized help.
We can help you
Prevent new wounds
Get the highest-quality care for your needs
Optimize communication with your physicians
Promote healing with better self-care and nutrition
Our specialty program
Our PRIME Wound Care™ program provides skilled, specially trained clinicians and therapists to help you with a range of wound and skin conditions. By conducting a comprehensive assessment of your health conditions, we can develop a care plan that not only addresses existing wounds but also any underlying conditions that may impact your recovery. Our clinicians will also show you how lifestyle and nutrition choices can help you reach your personal health goals.
Is our program for you?
Do you or someone you care for currently suffer or need help with any of these conditions?
- Pressure injury
- Diabetic foot ulcer
- Venous stasis ulcer
- Surgical wounds
- Complicated skin tear
- Neuropathic foot ulcer
Do you worry you’re at risk of developing wounds from common conditions?
- Coronary artery disease
- Heart failure
- Peripheral vascular disease
- Post-operative complications
- Respiratory conditions
The PRIME Wound Care™ program could be for you. Speak with your physician or speak to one of our nurses 24/7 to discuss your options.
Find care near you
Suzanne relied on Kindred at Home to help her recover after undergoing cancer surgery. “I felt like I had a partner in my care that really made a huge difference in how I felt day to day. ... Having that support in my home was just life-changing.”
When I was able to go home, Kindred at Home was there. And I didn’t have to worry about anything. And that made me feel better.
— Rita L., Community Care Patient
Sometimes, when you’re going through a struggle, the mental stress is worse than the physical stress. Kindred at Home helps. You can actually sit and talk to them, and they will really listen to you. They listen to everything you say.
— Linda A., Home Health Patient
Knowing that they’re professionals and that this is their job, that gives you confidence that they’re going to be able to take care of you. I have been a nurse for 39 years. I have seen things in a lot of different situations, and I can say that Kindred at Home really cares about their patients and the quality of care that they give.
— Nancy W., Home Health Patient
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Frequently asked questions
Home health is skilled clinical care ordered by a health care provider. These services might include things like nursing, physical therapy and occupational therapy and are designed to help you manage your condition and regain your independence after illness, injury or surgery.
Personal home care assistance involves non-clinical services, such as help around the house, transportation, bathing and light meal preparation.
Personal home care is often needed alongside home health services, and we can help coordinate the two levels of care. A limited number of your personal home care hours may be covered by Medicare while you’re receiving clinical in-home care, but it’s generally paid separately or covered by private insurance or other government programs.
Home health may be covered 100% by Medicare for those who qualify, and we accept most forms of insurance. Part of the admission process includes verification of insurance. Our team is happy to help answer your financial and insurance questions. You can contact us here.
Ask us about care
Have questions about care, or ready to start care? Talk to a nurse at your convenience.