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Medical Social Home Care Services

Qualified medical social workers or supervised social work assistants are available in accordance with the plan of care. After a patient has been identified as needing medical social services, the visiting staff will make the internal referral for those services.

Medical Social Home Care Program Goals

  • Establish community resources and support that improve patient’s ability to manage care independently
  • Provide community resources and support that improve wellbeing

Commonly Treated Conditions

  • All medical and surgical diagnoses including:
  • Stroke
  • Cancer
  • AIDS
  • Alzheimer's
  • Terminally ill
  • Psychiatric or emotional problems

Medical Social Home Care Services

  • Assisting with long term planning
  • Working with the patient's family
  • Identifying and  connecting with community resources
  • Participation in discharge planning

Our Medical Social Home Care Service Area

Montgomery, Prince George's, St. Mary's, Charles and Calvert, St. Mary’s, Howard and Anne Arundel counties in Maryland.

FREE Home Care Consultation & Needs Assessment

Need help but not sure where to start? Wondering which home care services are right for you or whether our services are provided in your area? We can help. Request a FREE, no obligation, Home Care Consultation & Needs Assessment by an Adventist HealthCare Home Care Services nurse today! Our nurse will evaluate your situation and propose a personal care plan to meet your specific needs.

FREE Home Care Consultation

Request a FREE, no obligation, Home Care Consultation & Needs Assessment to evaluate your situation and develop a care plan online or by calling 866-841-0475.

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Home Care Brochure

To learn more about the Adventist HealthCare Home Care Services, download our brochure.

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Quality Comes First

...and we routinely beat State and National averages for patient quality outcomes.

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Patient Stories

We’re writing new chapters in the lives of our patients, their families and our community daily. These are their stories: