Companion Care Program
Vanderbilt Companion Care means you have a helper in your home whenever you need. Companions give non-medical help, including meal preparation and light housekeeping. Companions can drive you to your appointments in your own car. They can remind you to take your medication. Companions bring a feeling of safety and comfort to you in your home.
Why Choose Companion Care Program at Vanderbilt
- Patient-centered care
Our team provides sensitive and compassionate care focused on you. Clinicians work closely with your provider to deliver personalized care tailored to your specific needs, abilities and preferences. Together, we will find the right care options for you.
- Convenient services
We provide home care in Davidson County and surrounding counties, including Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson.
- Quality care
Our team adheres to home care guidelines and regulations set forth by state, federal and professional organizations. This means you will receive consistent high-quality care. We are also accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP).
Tests, Treatments and Services
- Non-medical assistance in the home
- Non-hands-on care in the home