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VNA of Southeast Michigan Is the First Name in Homecare and Hospice

VNA of Southeast Michigan is a full-service, Medicare/Medicaid certified home health care and hospice organization. Under the direction of your physician, VNA's skilled staff work closely with you and your family to provide the care and education necessary for your optimum health. VNA is accredited by The Joint Commission.

The amount and type of service are determined individually for each patient by his or her physician. All services are supervised and coordinated by a registered nurse, or depending on the diagnosis, a physical or occupational therapist. Depending on need, services may include:
  • Skilled nursing (specialties include disease management for cardiac care, diabetes and wound/ostomy/continence care).
  • Infusion therapy
  • Home health aide (help with personal care)
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Speech/language pathology
  • Medical social work

    Service Area

    VNA of Southeast Michigan serves residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.

    VNA of Southeast Michigan services are covered by Medicare. We also accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan, Medicaid and other insurances. VNA of Southeast Michigan is supported in part through funding from United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

    How to Arrange for Services
    To arrange for VNA of Southeast Michigan services:
  • ask your doctor or
  • call (800) 852-1232 and ask our registered nurse
  • click here and use our online referral process

    Free Booklet
    Download it now with Adobe Acrobat Reader: A Consumer's Guide to Home Health Care and the Value of VNAs.

    Here's what some of our families have said:

    "We have used a home health agency before, so we have a comparison level. VNA is certainly at the top of the line all the way-—from case worker, registered nurse, home health aides and all extended services too numerous to mention, including Health Watch [personal emergency response system]."

    "When mom came home from the hospital, she was very frail. Thanks to your services, she is regaining her strength and independence."