Ask your doctor to see if we can help you with your home health (medical) needs. For home care (non-medical) services, call us directly. We accept different types of insurance and are Medicaid- and Medicare-certified.
Here’s a basic checklist of questions to ask:
✓ Is the agency licensed or accredited?
✓ Does the agency screen its caregivers by conducting criminal background checks?
✓ Does the agency formally evaluate competency and job skills of its employees?
✓ Have their employees passed their health screenings?
✓ Does the agency support regular, ongoing training for employees?
✓ Is the nursing staff bonded or insured?
✓ Does the agency meet the requirements of a Medicare-certified agency by developing written care plans for each client and monitoring compliance?
Call Kokua Nurses today and find out how we can start serving you or your family member. It starts with an assessment and developing a care plan just for you.
Yes, we know that family caregiving can become overwhelming. Kokua Nurses can offer respite care for you so that you can be refreshed and rejuvinated to continue caring for a family member.
You can use Kokua Nurses, from a minimum of 2 hours per visit to care around the clock.
Yes, you need a doctor’s order to receive home health—medical services that require a nurse or nursing assistant. However, for domestic services (home care), you do not need a doctor’s order.
Kokua Nurses offers both non-medical (domestic) services and nursing. You can receive a range of domestic services from Kokua Nurses that includes help with household chores, companionship, meal preparation, transportation to your doctor’s appointments, and other tasks to make your life easier. We also offer nursing services to monitor and care for your health condition.
Typically, home health care services cost much less than nursing homes, assisted living centers or care homes.