Home Health brings quality care to home bound patients in the
comfort of their own home throughout the greater Portland area.
At Adventist Health, Home Health is available around the clock,
including weekends and holidays. We know that patients facing a
serious illness, or recuperating after a surgery generally
prefer the comforts of home for their recovery.
Our staff creates an individual plan of care for each patient,
based on the patient's physician's orders to help manage care
effectively with the utmost respect for the patient's dignity,
privacy and well-being. Adventist Health/Home Care Services has
a wide array of services and supports available to meet the
health needs of each patient we serve.
Contact Adventist Health Home Care
We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please call
us at 503-251-6301.
Everyday Heroes - Tom Davis, Home Care
Tom Davis from Adventist Health Home Care goes above and
beyond for his patients. He spends his own time and money
to help them have extra mobility at home. This is why KATU
featured him for their Everyday Heroes segment.
Adventist Health's Home Health team works with your physician
and health care providers to assure the continuity of your
care. Questions - email us!
Adventist Health's Home Health was the recipient of the 2010 HomeCare Elite award. Adventist Health was the only
agency in Portland, Ore., to be ranked among the top six
percent nationwide. The annual review identifies the top 25
percent of agencies and further highlights the top 100 and top
500 agencies overall. Winners are ranked by an analysis of
performance measures in quality outcomes, quality improvement
and financial performance.
Adventist Health's Home Health Services, a program within its
Home Care division, has been named to OCS's HomeCare Elite the
past three years in a row. Adventist Health's Home Health
Services bring quality care to home bound patients in the
comfort of their own home, including: nursing, medical social
work, physical, occupational and home infusion therapy, and
Advanced Care/End of Life Issues
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare
Organizations (JCAHO) is an independent, not-for-profit
organization and is governed by a board that includes
physicians, nurses, and consumers. JCAHO sets the standards by
which health care quality is measured in America and around the
Adventist Medical Center (AMC) is accredited by The Joint
Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. If any
person has a concern about patient care and safety that the
medical center has not addressed, we encourage telephone follow
up with our hospital's management by calling our Patient
Advocate at 503-251-6189. Should a concern not
be resolved, the individual may contact the Joint Commission at
1-800-994-6610 or e-mail
email@example.com. You can also visit the Joint
Commission web site at www.jointcommission.org.
In May of 2011 an Adventist Health Hospice physical therapist was name to the "Dream Team" by the Oregon Hospice Association. Mary-Jean
Paulitz received the honor for her work with hospice patients
that can allow them to alter their rate of decline