Henry Ford Home Health Care
Quality care in the comfort of your own home
Today, more than ever, patients seek the comfort and convenience of home when recovering from an illness or injury. Our Henry Ford Home Health Care professionals provide safe, effective and sensible care to meet your needs.
With specialty programs, including chronic care management, specialty infusion and transplant care, wound, ostomy and continence nursing, and joint replacement care, we customize our services to meet your individual needs.
What we offer
Henry Ford Home Health Care’s services are provided by a staff of qualified registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, certified wound, ostomy and continence nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, medical social workers, dietitians, home health aides and volunteers.
We offer several specialty programs designed to fit the complex needs of our patients. Whether it is high technology care for patients with organ transplants, intravenous therapy or tube feedings, or orthopedic care through the Joint Replacement Care at Home Program, our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care.
Office locations and areas we serve
Henry Ford Home Health Care serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties from the following office locations.
- Corporate Office - 1 Ford Place, Suite 4C, Detroit, MI 48202
- Phone: (313) 874-6500
- Fax: (313) 874-6501
- East Office - 25511 Little Mack, Suite B, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
- Phone: (586) 779-7400
- Fax: (586) 779-7426
- North Office - 24445 Northwestern Highway, Suite 106 Southfield, MI 48075
- PHONE: (248) 356-6767
- FAX: (248) 356-0108
- Downriver Office - 20300 Superior Road, Suite 200 Taylor, MI 48180
- PHONE: (734) 285-6719
- FAX: (734) 285-6853
Henry Ford Home Health Care can be reached 24 hours a day, 365 day a year. Our hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekends and holidays. For general inquiries, please call (313) 874-6500.
Payment for Henry Ford Home Health Care services may be covered by the following:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
- Other health maintenance organizations (HMOs)
- Other preferred provider organizations (PPOs)
- Commercial insurance
- Private pay
We offer the following specialty programs:
Chronic care management
Managing chronic conditions at home can be a challenge for many patients. If not properly controlled, patients with chronic conditions such as chronic heart failure (CHF) or COPD may make repeated trips to the emergency department or have several avoidable hospital readmissions.
By combining our skilled nursing and therapy with home monitoring and education, patients can take better control of their health and safely maintain their independence at home.
Resources for chronic care management include:
Our Joint Replacement Care program is designed to help patients safely recover and rehabilitate in the comfort of their own home following total hip or knee replacement surgery.
We work closely with hospital case managers and physicians to arrange home health care services that will be needed after you leave the hospital. This includes home health nursing and physical therapy. If ordered by the physician, Henry Ford Home Health Care may also provide occupational therapy, home health aide services, medical social work or nutrition consultation.
Private duty services may be arranged through Henry Ford Extended Care for patients who need extended care for longer period of time on a private pay basis.
Learn more about joint replacement.
Specialty infusion and transplant care
Henry Ford Home Health Care's Specialty Infusion and Transplant Team (SITT) is a highly-skilled team of home health nurses who provide hands-on intravenous (IV) care and mentor other home health nurses on complex IV therapies. We are a national leader in home IV therapy.
The specialty infusion and transplant team also coordinates the care of solid organ and bone marrow transplant patients, as well as ventricular assist device (VAD) patients.
SITT supports patients with the following needs:
- All antibiotic therapies
- Antifungal infusions
- Antihemophilic Factor
- Discontinuation of chemotherapy
- Dobutamine and milrinone
- Enzyme replacement therapy including Cinryze, Cerezyme, and others, as ordered
- Laboratory monitoring for therapeutic drug blood levels
- Immunosuppression therapy including Atgam, ganciclovir sodium, foscarnet, CytoGam, and other drugs, as ordered
- IV hydration
- IVIG, thymoglobulin
- Maintenance of all vascular access devices
- Removal of PICCs and non-cuffed internal jugular (IJ) catheters
For more information call (313) 874-6500.
Henry Ford at Home’s Telehealth Program is a personal, in-home monitoring program that combines in home technology with home health services to help patients better manage their chronic conditions. Participation in our telehealth monitoring program may help prevent avoidable visits to the emergency department and hospitalizations while improving your quality of life.
As part of the program, patients with chronic illnesses such as heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes or high blood pressure track their vital signs and conditions daily on easy-to-use wireless devices. Patients are also prompted to answer questions about their health and how they are feeling. The information is then transmitted electronically to the telehealth nurse who looks for changes in the patient’s status or results that fall outside normal limits. The telehealth nurse will monitor results and follow up with a phone call or home visit, if needed.
How does telehealth monitoring work?
The entire process takes only a few minutes and can be done at any time of the day that is convenient for you.
Learn more about the Henry Ford Telehealth Program by calling (248) 355-6400 or email.
Wound, ostomy, and continence nursing
Our wound, ostomy and continence program provides clinical and consultative services to patients and their caregivers in their homes. This service is provided by a certified wound, ostomy and continence nurse (CWOCN), or a nurse who is extensively trained in specialty wound care.
Learn more about wound, ostomy, and continence nursing.