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YOUR CARE IS IN OUR HANDS

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PEOPLES IS:
COMPASSIONATE CARE
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COMPREHENSIVE
PATIENT SPECIFIC CARE
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SATISFACTION IS YOURS

Peoples Home Health ranks higher in patient satisfaction than
most other agencies.

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INTRODUCING:
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PALLIATIVE PULMONARY
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WE ARE HIRING

Check our Careers page for available positions.
We look forward to meeting you.

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NOW HIRING

Peoples Home Health is looking for individuals that would like to be a part of the best home health care provider on the Gulf Coast.

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OFFICE HOURS OF OPERATION

Subject to change. Please call 877-470-9288 for confirmation.

Monday - Friday8AM - 5PM
Saturdayon-call
Sundayon-call

SERVICE AREAS

Peoples Home Health proudly serves Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties.

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WHAT IT TAKES

PER MONTH

120

EMPLOYEES

60,000

SHEETS OF PAPER

730

HOURS OF LABOR

4,882

PATIENT VISITS

Phil Stone

Owner, Peoples Home Health

Phil Stone, chief executive officer for Peoples Home Health, began his career in 1970 as a registered pharmacist and expanded into the home care business in 1982. Most recently, he was the division president of American Homecare Supply, Georgia and was owner of Option Care in Atlanta, from 1982-2003. He is a board member of the Georgia State Board of Nursing Home Administrators and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from the University of Georgia.

Tim Buttell

Vice President, Peoples Home Health

Tim Buttell was born and raised in Pensacola. He was vice president of sales for Option Care (later Air Products Healthcare), where he worked from 1999-2004. From 2004-2008, he was area vice president of sales for a national home health company. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Science degree in health care policy and administration from Mercer University.

Pamela Campbell

Administrator, Peoples Home Health

With over 20 years experience in Home Health Care, Pam brings a wealth of knowledge to our organization that ensures success in both operations, as well as, the delivery of patient care. Pam has been very successful in various Leadership roles by developing high performance teams that strive to meet and exceed patient care related goals and clinical outcomes. As a focused strategic planner and Registered Nurse, the delivery of excellent patient care is a daily focus and the key to ensuring patient satisfaction.
Pam is fully committed to serving our community and improving the lives of those we serve.

  • WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

    I am very grateful to the home health agency staff for their kindness and the care they gave me.
    Thank you all very much.

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    Dorothy B.,
    Patient

  • WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

    I have the best nurse in the world.

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    Sulvia M.,
    Patient

  • WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

    They made me feel right at home.

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    Elva C.,
    Patient

  • WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

    Your agency has wonderful caring people.

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    Brenda B.,
    Patient

  • WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

    The entire staff was caring and professional. My concerns were addressed immediately.

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    Mary C.,
    Patient

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OUR SERVICES

Psych Nursing

Specialty of nursing that cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, depression or dementia.

Skilled Nursing

Care given or supervised by Registered Nurses. Nurses provide direct care; manage, observe, and evaluate a patient’s care; and teach the patient and his or her family caregiver. Examples include: giving IV drugs, shots, or tube feedings; changing dressings; and teaching about diabetes care. Any service that could be done safely by a non-medical person (or by yourself) without the supervision of a nurse isn’t skilled nursing care. Medicare covers home health skilled nursing care that is part time and intermittent.

Physical Therapy

Treatment of injury and disease by mechanical means, such as heat, light, exercise, and massage.

Occupational Therapy

Services given to help you return to usual activities (such as bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping) after illness either on an inpatient or outpatient basis.

Speech Therapy

This is the study of communication problems. Speech therapists assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. Communication problems can be present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, such as a stroke.

Medical Social Services

Services to help you with social and emotional concerns related to your illness. This might include counseling or help in finding resources in your community.

Home Health Aide

Part time or intermittent services to help you with your daily living activities.

Medication Management

Patient-centred care to optimize safe, effective and appropriate drug therapy. Care is provided through collaboration with patients and their health care teams.

Healing Hearts at Home

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Healing Lungs at Home

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Wound / Ostomy Care (WOCN)

Direct care to people with abdominal stomas, wounds, fistulas, drains, pressure ulcers, other complicated wounds, and continence disorders. The WOC nurse participates in the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of a plan of care for patients with wound, ostomy, and continence care needs.

Health Coach Program

A wellness authority and supportive mentor who motivates individuals to cultivate positive choices. Coaches educate and support clients to achieve their goals through lifestyle and behavior adjustments.

Walk Steady / Fall Prevention Program

Fall prevention in the home health setting is defined as a strategy that uses specific interventions to help specific patient or all patients avoid the risks of falling in an effort to reduce hospitalizations.

Orthopedic Rehab Program

A form of therapy that treats a large variety of conditions that affect the skeletal and muscular systems.

Non-Hospice Palliative Care

Palliative Care focuses on relieving symptoms that are related to chronic illnesses, such as cancer, cardiac disease, respiratory disease, kidney failure, Alzheimer’s and other dementias, AIDS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and other neurological diseases. Palliative Care can be used at any stage of illness — not just the advanced stages.

WHAT IT TAKES

PER MONTH

41,640

MILES

3,756

PHONE CALLS

800

CUPS OF COFFEE

14,164

EMAILS