Home Care Programs

Through innovative health care services, our home care programs strive for excellence by helping patients acheive and maintain thier maximum level of independence and wellbeing.  The appropiate education and skilled services, patients are able to stay home safely once home care is no longer needed.  The home care programs we offer are physician approved and skilled care compliant.  If you have a need follow the links below for more information and contact your local Florida First Care office for a free evaluation.


If you are a Medicare patient receiving home health services, Medicare covers 100% of those services.

Frequent trips to Emergency Room (ER) may indicate a need for a skilled nurse to evaluate and educate the patient about disease process and management.

Home Care Programs for Congestive Heart Failure

Heart failure occurs when the heart muscle weakens from damage or overwork.  The heart cannot supply the blood necessary to meet the body's needs.

Home Care Programs for COPD

COPD is a chronic disease of the lungs that causes blocking of the airways.  The most common type is a combination of chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

Home Care Programs for Diabetes

Non-insulin dependent diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.  With type II diabetes, your body makes insulin but cannot use the insulain it makes. 

Home Care Programs for Orthopedic Surgerys

Non-insulin dependent diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.  With type II diabetes, your body makes insulin but cannot use the insulain it makes. 

Home Care Programs for Wound Care

Non-insulin dependent diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.  With type II diabetes, your body makes insulin but cannot use the insulain it makes. 

Home Care Programs and Pain Management

Non-insulin dependent diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.  With type II diabetes, your body makes insulin but cannot use the insulain it makes. 

  • Recent Hospitalizations
  • Post-cardiac surgery
  • Diagnosis or recent onset of disease
  • History of fainting or frequent falls
  • History of myocardial infarction/HTN/CHF/CVA

Home Care Programs are appropiate for:

  • Loss of function or control
  • Initation of new medication regimen
  • Fluctuating or unstable vital signs
  • Peripheral edema
  • Multiple cardiac drugs