Home Care

After an illness, accident or medical procedure, patients sometimes need temporary support to regain their health. Henry Ford Allegiance Health guides them back to health by providing care in the comfort of their own home. Working with the primary care physician, our compassionate home health team provides skilled nursing care, rehabilitation, social services, personal care and in-home monitoring.


Since 1996, Henry Ford Allegiance Home Care has built a reputation for trusted service in our community.

Commitment to Quality

Henry Ford Allegiance Home Care is certified by Medicare and accredited by the Joint Commission. We continue to beat state and national averages for preventing hospital readmissions and unplanned trips to urgent care or medical care facilities for our patients.

Advanced Technology

Through the technology of telemedicine, Henry Ford Allegiance Home Care is able to monitor a patient’s health even when caregivers are not physically present. With the help of a home health monitoring system, the patient can remain in the comfort of home, while we track blood pressure, heart rate and temperature from a remote location.

In-home Assessments

Our home care professionals perform in-home health assessments so that a personal  care plan can be set up in collaboration with patients, their families and physicians, the hospital and a pharmacy. We also evaluate the home for patient safety and comfort, teach patients and families about managing pain and administering medication, and identify which types of care are covered by insurance and which services are privately paid.

Home Medical Equipment

Henry Ford Allegiance Home Medical Equipment offers products and services that support independence, safety, comfort and healing after a patient leave the hospital or physician’s office. We offer a wide range of high-quality home health care aids and instruction on how to use the equipment safety and effectively. Learn more about Henry Ford Allegiance Home Medical Equipment.

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