Compassionate Care Right At Home
Home Health Care
Extended Home Care
Visiting Nurse Association of Indiana County
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Free informational open house at Private Dining Room #2 at IRMC, April 19, 2016 from 1pm - 3pm. Come learn how to start the conversation on your own healthcare decisions for the future.
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Compassionate Care Right at Home
Whether you are coming home from the hospital after undergoing surgery, have a loved one whose health is declining and requires frequent monitoring or assistance with health related needs, or who is facing a life-limiting illness, the Visiting Nurse Association and its family of services is here to help you with your Home Health, Hospice , Palliative Care, Private Duty, and other supports, right at home.
At the VNA, we believe that the most comfortable environment for illness recovery, maintaining independence, and maximizing quality of life during the end of life journey is right at home. We can provide a holistic array of
Personal care and household supports
Symptom and pain management
Bereavement services and supports
to meet individualized needs for you and your family. Home is where you, or your loved one, is residing, and may include a Personal Care or Nursing Home.
Through our care coordination services, we work with you to ensure that you receive the supports you need to remain at home with the medical help necessary to avoid having to go to the emergency room or hospital.
Experience and Qualifications
Founded in 1970, the VNA is the oldest and only nonprofit Home Health and Hospice provider in Indiana County, serving over 2700 residents each year. Affiliated with Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC), our nurses, therapists, social workers, and home health aides are all state-licensed professionals.
Additionally, we are affiliated with the only Board Certified Medical Director in Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine in the area, Dr. Stella Boron.
Our history, experience and expertise make the Visiting Nurse Association the premier Home Health and Hospice provider in the County!
Who pays for services?
In addition to Medicare and Medicaid, there are a number of insurances that may pay for your services including the Veterans Administration and long term care insurance. We also accept private pay for certain services. For your convenience, the VNA staff submits all insurance claims on your behalf.
Our Hopeful Hearts grief support and CareNet companionship services are offered free of charge. While they supplement the Home Health and Hospice services, they are also open to community members who qualify.
To find out more about VNA services, contact us at 724-463-6340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Referral faxes should be sent to: 724-463-8907.
You can also find us at:
Medical Arts Building
850 Hospital Road Suite 3000
Indiana, PA 15701
Caring for Indiana County
For 45 years, families in Indiana County have been certain that they can depend on the Visiting Nurse Association to assist them at home after a hospitalization or nursing home stay, when an illness or injury occurs, or as they face the challenges of aging.
Patient Satisfaction Award of Distinction
For the third year in a row, the VNA is honored with the Patient Satisfaction Award of Distinction, presented to home health organizations that have demonstrated superior performance in patient satisfaction during 2015!
Affiliate of Indiana Regional Medical Center
The mission of the Visiting Nurse Association of Indiana County is to provide the full range of compassionate, high quality, cost-effective services needed to support those we serve in their homes and communities. The intention is to provide these services on the basis of need, as resources permit.