Other States

The Indiana State Department of Health governs over Home Health Aides in Indiana. Although the State Department of Health is in place to govern over HHA’s, each agency is responsible for establishing independent policies on qualifications and training. A home health aide typically works under the umbrella of a home health agency, and personally provides [...]

New Hampshire’s Health Facilities Administration is the state’s department for patient rights in the matters of safety and proper care. This includes operations inside of hospitals, nonresidential healthcare providers, various medical facilities and, of course, residential buildings. The HFA consists of many separate entities, which include: The Community Residences Certification Unit The Health Facility Certification [...]

The NM government demands that the public has care which promotes a great quality of life, maintains dignity and ensures that their daily activities go on unhindered. Medicare and Medicaid certified facilities are legally able to receive reimbursement from the government for delivering care to qualifying parties. The New Mexico Health Facility Licensing & Certification [...]

In Kentucky, a Home Health Aide (HHA) is also called a State Registered Nurse Aide (SRNA).  These individuals have built a career from providing nursing care or home health services to your loved ones. Although Home Health Aides are not licensed healthcare professionals, they are still required to complete an approved training and competency examination [...]

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