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After your surgery, one of the choices is to have in-home health care while you recover. Luxe Home Health Care can provide you with in-home skilled nursing and physical therapy. The after surgery caretakers can be with you 24 hours per day or only a few hours per day, however long you need them.

Alternatives to in-home health care include rehab facilities and skilled nursing facilities. Luxe Home Health Care will coordinate with you and your physician to determine the type of health care you need and whether in-home health care is appropriate for you. After it has been decided that in-home health care is best for you, Luxe and you doctor will determine the type of home health care you need and how often you need it. The final choice will depend on the severity of the surgery, the estimated recovery time and your existing support system.

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After Surgery Home Health Care

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Luxe Home Health Care is a Medicare-Certified Home Health Agency.

Medicare will pay for intermittent, part-time home health care.

To qualify, you must:

  • Be under a doctor’s care
  • Require intermittent skilled nursing care (not including blood draws)
  • Choose an agency that is Medicare-certified
  • Be homebound
  • Have a condition that is believed will be improved by continued physical, occupational or speech therapies

To reach Luxe Homecare’s Home Health Care department, contact us at (310) 454-5500, email info@LuxeHC.com or

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Is Home Health Care an Option Immediately After Surgery?
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Luxe Homecare can come to your home and take care of your post-operative care! Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) will also cover aspects of home health care through agencies such as physical, speech or occupational therapy and medical social services; however, you cannot need more than intermittent or part-time skilled nursing care. To qualify, you must: Be under a doctor’s care; Require intermittent skilled nursing care (not including blood draws); Choose an agency that is Medicare-certified; Be homebound; Have a condition that is believed will be improved by continued physical, occupational or speech therapies.
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Luxe Homecare
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