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Physician’s Choice Homecare is coming to Sulphur Springs

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Physician’s Choice Home Care (PCHC) is a full service home health care agency licensed by the Texas Department of Aging & Disability Services and certified by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).

Our office in Greenville, Texas is the first in Hunt County to become accredited with CHAP. CHAP is an organization that requires an agency to receive a deemed status and their home health care standards are held to a higher level than most. Physician’s Choice Homecare has been “DEFICIENCY FREE” with Medicare and CHAP since the start of our company. Physician's Choice Homecare currently has offices in Mesquite & Greenville, Texas and will be opening an office soon in Sulphur Springs. The agency covers 11 counties including: Hopkins, Hunt, Rockwall, Dallas and surrounding areas. As a home health provider PCHC goal is to keep patients safe and healthy.  The purpose is to keep patients out of the hospital and we do this by providing a variety of top-notch quality care to patients in the comfort of their own home, explains PCHC owner and founder DeLaunte’ Crawford RN. Mrs. Crawford is a highly trained RN with 15 years experience, who first earned a nursing license while serving in the United States Navy.

PCHC serves mostly geriatric patients, but the staff also takes care of individuals who need medical care in lieu of admission to the hospital or rehab.  We also provide care to patients recovering from a hospital stay, or those who have illnesses or injuries that may need therapy or education on their new medical condition, disabled individuals, people recovering from strokes, accidents or heart attacks.  Our services also include health care management of patients who are diabetic, have hypertension or those who need wound care treatment and management. PCHC provide patients with RN’s, LVN’s, Home Health Aides, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy in the privacy of their own home. The team works in a collaborative effort to provide the patient with the best quality care possible, while allowing  the patient to maintain their independent lifestyle for as long as possible.

We call our patients every month to make sure they’re satisfied with their care.  Our satisfaction is keeping people at home and helping them keep their independence.  “Quality care is our #1 priority,” it is the heart of the philosophy that guides Physician’s Choice Home Care. We believe with dedication to service it’s not just Physician’s Choice, but it’s also the patient’s top choice for safe, consistent and dependable health care.

 
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