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Home Services

Maury Regional Home Services makes recovering, rehabilitating and healing in the comfort of your own home possible. 

For more than 35 years, Maury Regional Home Services has provided clinical excellence for homebound patients and their families. Our team works with your physician to develop an individualized care plan, ensuring you receive the personalized care you deserve.

Maury Regional Home Services is certified by Medicare, licensed by the state of Tennessee and contracted with numerous insurance companies. The organization is also accredited by The Joint Commission, a symbol of quality that reflects our commitment to meeting high performance standards. In addition to our accreditations, we are honored to be among the top-rated programs nationwide for patient satisfaction by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Our services are available in Maury, Marshall, Lawrence, Lewis, Giles, Wayne, Williamson and Hickman counties.

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Nursing Care

  • Patient monitoring & evaluation
  • Foley catheter care
  • IV therapy
  • Injections
  • Chronic disease management, including diabetes, heart failure, COPD, kidney disease and high blood pressure
  • Ostomy care & teaching
  • Understanding and managing medications
  • Patient/caregiver education
  • Wound care
  • Recovering from surgery

Home Health Aides (Certified Nurse Technicians)

Our home health aides, also known as certified nurse technicians, assist with ambulation (walking) and personal care, such as bathing and grooming. 

Medical social worker 

  • Social assessment 
  • Home environment evaluation 
  • Assisting with financial and community resources

Rehabilitation Services

  • Physical therapy
    • Range of motion and strength assessment and training
    • An assortment of trainings, including adaptive devices, balance, endurance, mobility (i.e., bed transfers, gait and wheelchair mobility) and vestibular 
    • Home exercise program (HEP) education
    • Post-op care following joint replacement
  • Occupational therapy
    • Assessment and training for activities of daily living
    • Home environment assessment and modifications
    • Fall prevention education
    • Energy conservation education
    • Upper extremity strengthening as well as coordination assessment and training
    • Low-vision training
    • Wheelchair positioning and mobility training
  • Speech therapy
    • Cognitive linguistic assessment and training
    • Swallow impairment assessment and training
    • Speech intelligibility treatment
    • Treatment of receptive and expressive language deficits
    • Oral motor and laryngeal exercises