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Phoenix Home Care, Inc.

6811 Shawnee Mission Pkwy Ste 115
Overland Park, KS 66202-4089
(913) 384-2273
Fax: (913) 384-0688
Services Offered:
Home Health Care, Transportation, Home Care, Social Worker
Phoenix Home Care, Inc. serves 66104, 66101, 66012, 66112, 66102 and more...
  • General Information
  • Home Health Care
  • Transportation
  • Licenses
  • General Information
  • Description
    About My Business
    The story of the legend of the phoenix bird is a story of ever-changing growth and rebirth. The beautiful mythical creature reflected the lights and colors of the morning sunrise – – always chasing the light and capturing all that was beautiful. It is a symbol of constant rebirth, renewal and fresh starts. It is not a story of ashes but rather of beauty and upward thinking…(Isaiah 61:3).

    Our energy is focused on improving quality of life, perpetuating positive attitudes and embracing the challenges life places before us with grace, respect and compassion.

    Our catalyst to consistently rise to new heights is a combination of perpetual learning, measurement of success, looking through the eyes of those we serve and listening with the heart which causes us to pause and discover what is really important in each situation. Within the listening and the application of learning we find new beginnings.
    About My Services
    Phoenix welcomes the opportunity to provide skilled services to persons meeting Medicare Home Health Coverage Criteria:

    The person requires intermittent skilled care provided by a nurse; physical therapist, speech or occupational therapist; is home-bound, meaning the person has an illness, medical condition or injury that restricts the ability to leave home without the assistance of others; the aid of supportive devices such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs or walkers; the use of special transportation; or those instances where leaving the home is medically contraindicated.

    Once the patient has met the coverage criteria, a physician must then order services. Our staff and clinicians will work directly with that physician and staff to customize a plan of care to the specific needs of that patient.

    Conditions that generally meet the coverage criteria include:

    A new diagnosis
    New type of medication or medication dosage change
    A recent fall
    Recent exacerbation of a previous diagnosis
    To qualify for Medicare or Medicaid Home Health Services, your home health agency must be Medicare and/or Medicaid certified. Phoenix Home Care meets this requirement. Home health care services may be covered under Medicare Part A or Part B.

    Skilled Nursing Services

    Skilled observation and assessment of a newly diagnosed condition or the exacerbation of an existing condition

    Teach nasogastric feedings
    Re-insertion nasogastric feeding tube
    Teach gastrostomy feedings
    Teach parenteral nutrition
    Teach tracheostomy care
    Teaching in administration of medications, including inhalants and oxygen therapy
    Teach administration of injection
    Disimpaction/FU enema
    Management and evaluation of a patient care plan
    Change in Medications within the last 60 days
    New Medications in the last 30 days
    Change in Primary Caregiver providing care with a knowledge deficiency
    Skilled Nursing related to a treatment of an illness or injury that must be provided by a nurse
    Medical Social Work

    Assessment of social and emotional factors
    Community resource planning
    Short-term therapy
    Short-term counseling for long-range planning and decision making
    Physical Therapy
    Evaluation
    ADL training
    Muscle re-education
    Perceptual motor training
    Fine motor coordination
    Neuro-development treatment
    Sensory treatment
    Orthotics/splinting
    Adaptive equipment
    Home Health Aide
    Bathing and dressing
    Personal care
    Transfer/ambulation
    Light meal preparation
    Support nutritional needs
    Laundry
    Light housekeeping
    When is There a Need for Skilled Nursing Services?
    Hospitalization
    Recent or New Diagnosis
    Specialty Home Health Programs
    Fall Prevention
    Cardiac Care
    Wound Care & Management
    Ostomy Care
    Diabetic Care
    IV Infusion/Therapy
    Vital Stem

    Privately Paid Services
    Privately Paid Services and Private Duty Nursing/Adults provides activities of daily living within an individual’s home. These services are designed to eliminate the need for unnecessary institutionalization by creating a safe living environment, fostering independence and facilitating rehabilitation. Services are available to youth and adults who make arrangements for individualized care and private payment for services.

    Privately Paid Services are available for 8, 12 or 24-hour shifts. Hourly services are also available for those needing less than an 8-hour shift. Just a few examples within this service offering:

    Nursing Services
    Care that never sleeps
    Respite Care (to give relief to the regular family caregiver)
    Basic housekeeping
    Provide one-on-one care in a hospital or nursing home situation
    Social outings
    Transportation
    Meal preparation and planning
    Grooming and personal hygiene
    Medication reminders
    Reading, conversation and companionship

    Who Pays for Privately Paid Services?
    Privately Paid Services can be paid by any person, company trust officer or family member that is not otherwise covered by private insurance, workman’s compensation, etc.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    medicaid
    medicare
    private insurance
    work comp
    VA
    private pay
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    English
    French
    Hours of Service
    24/7
    Agency or Registry
  • Home Health Care
  • Care Options
    Skilled Nursing Care
    Physical Therapy
    Occupational Therapy
    Speech Therapy
    Home Health Aide
  • Transportation
  • Transportation
    Destinations
    Local Destinations
    Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacy
    Social and/or Recreational Outings
    Shopping and Personal Errands
    Service Levels
    Curb-to-Curb
    Door-to-Door
    Door-through-Door
    Stay at Destination
    Bed-to-Bed Stretcher
    Services
    Pickup and Delivery
    Schedule
    By Appointment or Charter
    On-Demand
    Service for
    people with developmental disabilities
    people with physical disabilities
    people with dementia and/or memory loss
    Adults
    Eldery
    Accompanying Caregiver
    Accompanying Dependent
    Multiple Stops
    Licenses
    US DHHS Home Health Care
    License No. 178077
    Issued by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
    Medicare
    Issued by Medicare
    US Federal EIN
    Issued by U.S. Internal Revenue Service
    NPI
    Issued by National Plan and Provider Enumeration System
    Medicare Certified
    Issued by Medicare Certified
    MO Medicaid
    Issued by Missouri Medicaid
    KS Medicaid
    Issued by Kansas Medicaid
    KS Home Health Agency
    License No. A046159-2
    Issued by Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services
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