Seton Home Health and Tri-County Hospice have aligned their brands to KentuckyOne Health as VNA Health at Home. As part of the KentuckyOne Health family, this alignment will create a stronger, more unified structure as VNA Health at Home continues to care for patients and build healthier communities throughout London, Ky. and its surrounding communities.
Working directly with Saint Joseph London and other community health care providers, VNA Health at Home is a full service health care organization that believes the best place for someone to get better, and faster, is in their own home. VNA Health at Home provides quality, coordinated home care and hospice services through a team of skilled professionals, such as nurses, physical therapist, occupational therapist, social workers, speech therapists, home health aides, volunteers, and chaplains. Providing quality care to the community for over 40 years, VNA Health at Home in London, Ky. serves Pulaski County, Laurel County, Clay County, Knox County, and Whitley County.
Local sister agencies, Hospice of Nelson County in Bardstown, KY, St. Joseph Home Care in Lexington, Ky. and VNA Nazareth Home Care in Louisville, Bardstown, Campbellsville, Elizabethtown, Ky. and Clarksville, IN have also aligned their brands to KentuckyOne Health as VNA Health at Home as of December 1, 2015.
United with a single vision, VNA Health at Home is committed to move beyond exceptional medicine to exceptional health. Moving into the next era of health care, together, we will continue to exceed the expectations of patients and consumers, while working to truly imagine better health.
Every patient, customer, and health care partner of VNA Health at Home can still expect the same high level of care and service they have always received. With 125 years of service in the Louisville community and one of the highest-rated home health providers in Kentucky, VNA Health at Home ensures quality compliance and standards of care that provide patients with optimal outcomes. This alignment of home health services will allow for greater coordination of home care services across the entire health care system.
“We are excited to align with our local partner, KentuckyOne Health , as we continue to build healthy communities, offer the full continuum of care to every patient we serve, and provide care the way a loving family member would,” said Dan Dietz, President and CEO of CHI Health at Home.
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