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People Certified Home Health

Now Accepting Referrals

Hours: 24-hour accessibility
Fees: Home Health Services are covered by most insurance plans, subject to coverage criteria and in some instances, copays, as well as Medicare and Medicaid.
Information: 716.874.5600
Administrative Offices: 2128 Elmwood Avenue, Suite B, Buffalo, NY 14207

To make a referral or to arrange for a presentation (for primary care offices, hospital/nursing home/rehabilitation center staff, discharge planners, social workers): Contact Jake Wilkins, RN, vice president, People Home Health Services, at jwilkins@people-inc.org or 716.566.4814. 

People Certified Home Health is the only agency in Western New York that provides specialized home health care to people with developmental disabilities. People Certified Home Health was established as an affiliate of People Inc.. for those with short-term health needs. 

Who is supported? People 18 years old and older with and without developmental disabilities at home (including certified settings and IRAs).

What type of services are provided? Intermittent Skilled Nursing; Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies; Nutrition and Medical Social Work. 

The emphasis is on treating acute conditions by providing brief appropriate house visits. Our highly skilled and compassionate staff work with patients and their families. Whether you, a loved one or a patient is living with a chronic condition, need a smooth transition from hospital/rehabilitation center to home, or are recovering from an illness or injury or need extra assistance, our team is here to meet your needs. Our focus is on proven, quality care, which:

  • Specializes in supporting people with developmental disabilities
  • Provides patients care in the comfort of their own home to enhance their wellbeing and regain independence
  • Offers more cost effective services than alternative long-term care options 

There are many times that someone would benefit from our People Certified Home Health, including: Treatment for new medical diagnoses, such as diabetes, cardiac and lung diseases; wound care and skin breakdown; frequent hospital emergency room visits; after an injury, surgery or hospital; age-related conditions and for assistance with medication management. 

Western New York 1219 North Forest Road | P.O. Box 9033 | Williamsville, New York 14231 | Phone: 716.817.7400 | Toll Free NY 1.888.7PEOPLE | Fax: 716.634.3889

Rochester 1860 Buffalo Road | Rochester, NY 14624 | Phone 585.441.9300 | Fax 585.441.9398

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