WE HAVE EAST TEXAS COVERED
ALMOST 3 DECADES
OF HOME HEALTH
Caring, Serving and Enriching Lives
EAST TEXAS HOME HEALTH
Welcome to East Texas Home Health!
Quality Home Nursing & Therapy Services
For nearly 3 decades, we have brought the best in home health to our patients and families in East Texas. As the leading home health provider, we proudly deliver comprehensive care with compassion, commitment and the highest standards of excellence. ETHH has been East Texas’ most trusted home health provider. We help aging parents and all members of the family like yours in need of home care remain safe, comfortable and independent in their own home. Our services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout East Texas.
(Vacuum Assisted Closure) Therapy, also known as NPWT (Negative Pressure Wound Therapy) are widely known. However, it is equally important to understand how V.A.C. Therapy works deep inside the wound to achieve these outcomes. The following sections describe how NPWT…
“The family of Virginia Barker wishes to thank you for the wonderful way you helped our mother and us in the last months of her life. Whenever questions or health problems arose, you were always available to address those needs. We appreciate the work you do and the compassionate manner in which you do it. Thank you! ”
There are a lot of things about home healthcare that you may not realize if you’re looking into it for the first time. First of all, it’s one of the most underutilized and valuable Medicare benefits out there. But it’s also one of the most misunderstood. We are not a sitting service; instead we are a highly skilled care team that comes to your home. Our mission is to help our patients live more independently with a higher quality of life. We work with your physician to carry out their orders and serve as their eyes and ears. Most importantly, we deliver splendid care from the heart where you want to be cared for most – in the comforts of home. Our nurses will assess your needs. Teaching you about your disease process and reporting changes to your physician is the number one tool to maintaining our patients in their own homes.