STAT Home Health understands there’s “No Place Like Home” … and just how much the ability to remain living at home impacts the overall health and well-being of our patients. STAT works with physicians to develop a plan of care tailored to the patient’s needs.
STAT Home Health is Medicare certified and operates throughout Louisiana with offices and service hubs located in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Houma, Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, LaPlace, Marksville, New Iberia, New Orleans, Ruston, Shreveport, Sibley and Slidell. Our Florida office is located in Pensacola. Named a Top Agency in the 2011 HomeCare Elite and recipient of the Capstone Quality Award, STAT is a proven and trusted leader of home care services.
STAT Home Health provides traditional healthcare services in the home including skilled nursing, certified nursing assistance, therapy services (physical, speech and occupational), medical social services, etc. In addition, STAT provides innovative technology in the home for orthopedic rehabilitation, fall prevention, low vision, anticoagulation management, medication management, CABG/post-surgery rehabilitation, dysphagia therapy, diabetes management, advanced wound care, and more.
Fundamentals of Patient/Family Interaction:
- Professional Clinical Team with an Optimistic Attitude
- Clear Goals with Measurable Outcomes
- Flexibility to Meet Patient Needs Through the Aging Continuum
Fundamentals of Physician/Staff Interaction:
- Courteous & Efficient Intake Process
- Outstanding Patient Care
- Concise Communications
- Positive Outcomes
- Satisfied Patients
Through a partnership with St. Joseph Hospice, STAT can also provide palliative home health to patients facing terminal illness who wish to continue life extending or curative treatment or those who need more time to explore options. STAT’s AIM Palliative Home Health team is better prepared to handle the needs of patients facing terminal illness because they are experienced in providing services to palliative care and hospice patients. This team is also available to transition with the patient into hospice care if and when that decision is made. Patients and family members have the comfort in knowing their caregivers will not change.