MJHS Home Care

MJHS Nurse Assists an Older Patient with Crutches

MJHS Home Care is a certified home health agency serving the needs of patients across New York City.

We are committed to providing you with expert care. Whether it’s rehabilitation, skilled nursing, disease management, emotional support or enhanced services to help manage symptoms of an advanced or chronic illness, you can count on us to be with you every step of the way. We aim to support your safe recovery so you can return to doing what you love – as quickly as possible.

We are also here to support family caregivers with valuable resources and information on caring for a loved one at home.

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Skilled Nursing Care

Female Home Caregiver Taking Senior Male's Blood Pressure with His Partner Nearby

Once you are admitted into our home care program, our skilled nursing care team will work with you and your private physician to coordinate and develop a plan of care that includes specific goals and objectives.

Your skilled nursing care team can:

  • Help manage your medications
  • Educate you and your caregiver on managing disease-specific conditions such as heart failure, diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Supervise personal care provided by a home health aide
  • Administer shots, and educate family members on tube feedings
  • Change dressings
  • Coordinate with our palliative care team to provide you with enhanced services if you are experiencing pain and suffering due to an advanced illness


Get on the Road to Recovery

Now you can regain the skills and confidence you need to live safely at home, avoid trips to the hospital and remain engaged in your community, all from the comfort of your own home.

The MJHS Home Care, Road to Recovery Rehabilitation program has proven expertise in helping patients recover from hip or knee replacement surgery, stroke, spinal cord injury or any other orthopedic or neurological condition that affects mobility.

Our licensed physical and occupational therapists and language pathologists provide:

  • Comprehensive evidence-based treatment plans
  • Aggressive, individualized goal-setting to help patients reach their peak mobility and activity levels
  • Home safety and accessibility evaluations with modification recommendations
  • Advanced techniques to reteach patients essential skills such as bathing, dressing, walking, stair climbing, balance and cooking, and to use equipment such as walkers, canes, wheelchairs and other ADL devices
MJHS Physical Therapist Assists a Patient at Home

The MJHS Road to Recovery Rehabilitation program provides:

  • Critical rehabilitation services provided by licensed physical and occupational therapists and speech language pathologists
  • Comprehensive evidence-based treatment plans
  • Aggressive, individualized goal-setting to help patients reach their peak mobility and activity levels
  • Culturally sensitive services
  • Home safety and accessibility evaluations with environmental modification recommendation
MJHS Caregiver Happily Helps Female Senior Patient with Walker

Our specialized rehab program focuses on:

  • Orthopedic care and management
  • Medically complex conditions
  • Neurological disorders and strokes
  • Improved strength, balance, mobility and coordination
  • Relearning essential skills such as bathing, dressing, walking, stair climbing, balance and cooking
  • Learning to use equipment such as walkers, canes, wheelchairs and other ADL devices

We also offer subacute rehabilitation at Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care. Menorah is located on the ocean in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, and offers private rooms for most of our subacute patients.

Disease-Specific Care

Nurse Checking Blood Sugar of Elderly Woman in Home

Specialized care to meet your specific need.

Our programs are aimed at providing disease-specific education and care to patients and caregivers so they can develop the skills necessary to manage their diagnosis independently and prevent re-hospitalizations.

Heart Failure Disease Management

As the first home care agency in the country to receive Joint Commission certification for Heart Failure Disease Management, you can feel safe trusting us to help you manage your heart failure diagnosis safely and effectively at home.

Our clinicians are highly skilled in heart failure management. At the core of this program is working closely with you, in the comfort of your home, to better manage your disease and improve symptoms, like shortness of breath. We utilize proven best practices, such as:

  • providing more frequent skilled home visits earlier on in the care plan
  • educating you and your family members about early recognition of symptoms
  • reviewing changes in medication that may have occurred during a hospitalization
  • ensuring that follow-up doctors’ appointments are made and kept
  • providing ongoing support
  • training you to promote self-management of: diet, weight, stress and medication regimen

This breakthrough program is just one example of our passionate commitment to providing the best care possible and improving patient outcomes.

The Joint Commission Seal of National Quality Approval
Smiling Older Couple Going for a Jog

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

MJHS Home Care has a well-established disease management program for patients with COPD that is designed to improve symptoms and address the high level of hospital readmissions typically experienced by patients who have COPD.

This program utilizes proven best practices, such as:

  • teaching patients how to control symptoms
  • educating patients and their families about risk factors for disease progression
  • advising patients about how they can reduce risks and maximize their own health outcomes
  • educating patients on how to manage their medications
  • providing techniques to avoid flare-ups and what actions to take should one occur
  • providing available resources to help patients quit smoking

COPD Patient Training Aid

This program has achieved positive outcomes. Our patients have shown improvement in managing symptoms such as shortness of breath with the proper use of medications, resulting in reduced trips to the hospital.

Elderly Man Adjusts an Oxygen Mask on His Face

Social Work

MJHS Caregiver Happily Holds a Tablet for a Senior

Our social work team plays a vital in role in ensuring your physical, emotional and environmental needs are met. Our social workers are licensed in the state of New York and have master’s degrees in social work. Many are also bilingual and have had cultural sensitivity training. They are knowledgeable about all the programs we offer and can help patients transition from one level of care to another, if needed.

They can also aid with:

  • Counseling
  • Additional services such as Medicaid applications and other entitlements
  • Education regarding your treatment and the complexities and impact on your lifestyle
  • Long-term planning
  • Linking you to additional resources in the community

The frequency of social work visits is based on individual needs and will be determined in conjunction with the skilled nursing staff and your doctor.

Home Health Aides

MJHS Nurse Assists Elderly Female Getting Dressed

To receive home health aide services, it must be part of the recommended plan of care prescribed by your doctor. Medicare only covers Home Health Aide (HHA) services if you are also receiving skilled nursing or rehab services.

If you have a Home Health Aide (HHA) as part of your care team, he/she is trained and certified to provide personal care that is essential to maintaining your health or to care for your illness or injury. Your nurse/therapist is responsible for establishing a Plan of Care for your Home Health Aide (HHA). The plan describes the care you will receive and the number of hours and days that service will be provided. The will be able to assist with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as:

  • Grooming
  • Bathing or showering
  • Toileting
  • Dressing
  • Exercising as instructed by your nurse or therapists
  • Feeding
  • Walking
  • Getting in our out of bed
  • Changing positions in be

A Home Health Aide provides care for the patient–not the whole family.

Many of our aides are bilingual or multilingual, and we always do our best to match patients with a home health aide who speaks their language.

Getting Started with MJHS Home Care

To get started you can call MJHS Home Care at,
1-855-370-8317 and speak with one of our knowledgeable counselors.

Does insurance cover home health care?

MJHS Home Care is paid in full or in part by Medicare, Medicaid, managed care providers (including HMOs), private insurance, other third-party payers or private pay.

Since coverage varies, check your plan’s Evidence of Coverage booklet, website or customer service center for more information. We are also happy to help you you determine your health insurance status.

If You Are a Physician

And would like to request a home care evaluation for your patient; we are happy to assist. You can call us at 718-921-8800 or fill out our form, and we will be in touch right away.