Michigan Community VNA (MC VNA) is proud to carry on the legacy of Alice Bowen who launched VNA in the Metro Detroit area in 1898—becoming the first home care organization to serve Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties and one of the oldest Visiting Nurse Associations in the nation. Now we are servicing 10 counties – Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Jackson, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Shiawassee, Washtenaw and Wayne!
During a history that spans more than 115 years we’ve grown, but our commitment remains the same—to provide the highest quality care with compassion, skill and integrity. And we go well beyond just offering “services.” Whether in the home, workplace or in the community, we help empower people to prevent disease and injury, manage chronic conditions, maintain independence and control how they’re going to transition from life.
We’ll never stop building on our history of excellence in home health care, hospice and wellness/prevention services, adding the latest technologies, programs and therapies that improve care and enhance convenience.
Today, the MC VNA family numbers more than 100, and growing. Our team includes registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, physical therapists and physical therapy assistants, social workers, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, speech therapists, dietitians, nurse practitioners, spiritual care and bereavement specialists and massage therapists, a volunteer coordinator, and top-notch support staff.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Michigan Community VNA is committed to improving the health care delivery system in our area.
We dedicate ourselves and our organization to maintain the basic integrity of our patients.
OUR PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT
We at Michigan Community VNA believe that the delivery of quality home health and primary care services is an
important part of addressing the presence of pain and suffering in our society. By delivering quality patient care we are
helping to create wholeness in lives that are characterized by physical and emotional disease. Consequently, Michigan
Community VNA is committed to delivering patient care that not only expresses human compassion, but also exemplifies the
highest quality of professional and paraprofessional standards. Because we focus on compassionate and high quality patient
care, we regard the needs of our patients.
The manner in which we achieve our mission is as vital as the mission itself. The fundamentals to success for Michigan
Community VNA are the following basic values demonstrated in our corporate decisions, planning, and client relations.
Michigan Community VNA is committed to the delivery of quality service through intensive programs of home health
care by skilled nurses, home health aides, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, clinical social
workers, and the support of the care through professional management services.
Michigan Community VNA adheres to a personal and professional code
of ethics culminating in honest, legal, and dignified business activities.
OUR GROWTH AND STABILITY
Michigan Community VNA has developed a plan for long-term financial viability through a program of controlled growth.
Michigan Community VNA promotes and maintains a positive and professional environment for the skilled nurses, home
health aides, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, clinical social workers and support personnel
engaged in patient care activities. This environment provides individual growth and development opportunities. As a family, the
staff of Michigan Community VNA can provide the best quality, compassionate medical care possible to all our clients
Michigan Community VNA does not discriminate against any person on the basis of
race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or
participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment.