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Home Health Care
Palliative & Hospice Care
Through innovative care, education, and support, home health care helps those recovering from illness and injury achieve their health care goals and remain where they most want to be – at home.
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Coping with the pressures of a serious illness can be difficult for both the patient and their loved ones. With VNA Care you don't have to go through it alone. Every member of the VNA Hospice & Palliative Care team is here to listen, answer your questions, and help.
At Home Private Care, part of VNA Care, offers a wide array of supportive services that allow many people to remain independent, comfortable, and safe at home. Often paid for privately or through long-term care insurance, private care can be used in conjunction with skilled home health, palliative, and hospice care or as a standalone service.
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VNA Care Network
Since 1891, VNA Care Network has helped people of all ages cope with illness or injury while living at home. As one of the two certified home health care divisions of VNA Care, VNA Care Network clinicians work in collaboration with the patient and their doctor to develop a plan of care tailored to achieving their health care goals.
VNA of Boston
Established in 1886, VNA of Boston is the oldest organized VNA in the country and has a rich history of serving the Greater Boston community. As one of the two certified home health care divisions of VNA Care, VNA of Boston clinicians work in collaboration with the patient and their doctor to develop a plan of care tailored to achieving their health care goals.
VNA Hospice & Palliative Care
VNA Hospice & Palliative Care is a non-profit provider of comprehensive care and support to patients and families facing the challenges of life-limiting illness and loss. Care is coordinated among a team of clinicians including medical doctors, nurses, hospice aides, social workers, chaplains and trained volunteers. Support can take many forms; medical, physical, emotional, practical and spiritual, ensuring help is provided to all involved. Care can be provided wherever you live. Many patients receive hospice care in their homes, whether that's a private home or apartment, or in a nursing home or skilled nursing facility. Hospice care may also be provided in a short-term inpatient setting, such as our hospice residence.
VNA Care Advantage
The VNA Care Advantage division of VNA Care provides supportive and private duty care services throughout Central and Eastern Massachusetts.
VNA First Choice
When providers are looking for short or long-term clinicians to supplement their existing staff, turning to VNA First Choice ensures they have the highest quality, skilled staff to care for their patients.