Vanderbilt Home Care provides caregivers for you or your loved ones in the environment most comfortable to them. Under the direction of your physician, our caregivers will help with daily tasks including bathing, dressing, eating, and taking medications while also providing company and emotional support.
All of our Vanderbilt Home Care providers are highly skilled, compassionate and trained to offer care that promotes each patient’s health and independence.
Home Care: Why Choose Vanderbilt
As a part of one of the country’s most respected medical centers, we’ve been bringing Vanderbilt care into homes since 1985.
High-quality home care throughout Middle Tennessee, including Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties
Dedication to patient safety and quality of care through staff education and training
A personalized approach: we’ll find the right care option for you
The latest technologies and evidence-based practices to offer you the most advanced care
Home Care Services
Home health aides: bathing, dressing and grooming, assisting patients with deficits in attention, orientation, memory, reasoning and/or judgment
Patient and caregiver education
Skilled nursing: including intravenous (IV) therapy, wound care, medication management, assessment and evaluation, behavioral health
Occupational therapy: self-care training and assistance (for daily activities including bathing, dressing, eating and grooming), functional limitations assessment, constructing splints and adaptive equipment
Physical therapy: regaining mobility and function, assessing home safety and equipment, home exercise programs
Speech therapy: speech assessment and treatment, language and swallowing difficulties
Medical social services: health assessment (social, economic, environmental and emotional), counseling, connecting to community resources, caregiver support
Children’s home care: family-centered care for infants and children, including physical, speech and occupational therapy, help with daily activities and transportation, health assessment (social, environmental and emotional), and caregiver education and training. Learn more about home care services for children.