Private Duty

Private Duty

Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty

If there is the need for continued care when health condition remains stable and does not require treatment ordered by a physician then patients and/or families could consider use of private duty services. If patients and/or families want any members of the home health care to continue services under private duty this could be done if there is the need for continued services.

Charges for care by private duty staff are based on hourly rates that vary according to services provided and the level of staff scheduled. There is a two-hour minimum charge for home health aide, homemaker or Private Duty services. Care can be provided up to 24 hours a day.

All service charges are fully explained prior to starting care and there are no hidden fees. Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty welcomes the opportunity to consider preferred provider discounts regardless of your plan.

If you are interested in Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty services, just call (671) 647-5355 and ask to speak to our intake staff.

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What are Private Duty care services?

Private Duty care services are provided to individuals who need non-medical assistance with daily activities and prefer to maintain an independent lifestyle. These services are often sought by the elderly, new and expectant parents, disabled individuals, and those transitioning from a hospital or medical facility to home. Back to top


What services can Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty provide in the home?

Private Duty can provide any service in the home that is considered non-medical. This includes, but is not limited to, medication reminders, light housekeeping, and grocery shopping. Back to top


What makes Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty different from other Private Duty care service providers?

Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty is committed to providing you with the best customer service in the industry. Our staff is available around-the-clock, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. We offer free in-home consultations and home safety evaluations every 90 days from a Licensed Nurse, as well as at the start of your program. Back to top


How do I know if my Private Duty is qualified?

All of our employees are thoroughly screened and interviewed prior to employment and are observed regularly by clinical management to ensure that you or your loved one is receiving the attention they deserve. Back to top


How long is the wait time for services?

Yes. Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty provides these services to you or your loved one in an assisted living facility. Our goal is to give quality care to you in the environment that's most comfortable. Back to top


Does Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty provide services in assisted living facilities?

Yes. Health Services of the Pacific-Private Duty provides these services to you or your loved one in an assisted living facility. Our goal is to give quality care to you in the environment that's most comfortable. Back to top


Is there a fee if I cancel services?

No. There is no hourly minimum or obligation to utilize our services for any length of time. Our employees are available on an as-needed basis to fit you or your loved one's specific needs. Back to top


How much do Private Duty care services cost?

The cost of service varies on a case-by-case basis. Our billing staff will coordinate billing with most long-term and private insurance companies. We also accept personal payment for services. Back to top


What if my loved one needs medication or a transfer?

Our home health aides, homemakers or companions are not skilled to administer medications or handle a full transfer. However, Health Services of the Pacific also offers home health care, medical transport and many other services that employ skilled, licensed clinicians who can assist with these duties, should the need arise. Back to top

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