123 PHHC is a licensed and insured Pennsylvania full service home health and home care agency/registry. We provide home and community based services including, but not limited to skilled nursing, personal care, and in-home and community support to adults, and seniors insured thru PA Medical Assistance (Medicaid).
123 PHHC is similarly a UPMC Health Plan provider offering Private Duty Nursing and home health aide services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. 123 PHHC will help create the right care plan for you or your loved one. A plan of care is created with an approved health plan member upon admission and updated as needed to ensure that you are receiving appropriate services. The plan of care is based upon problems, needs, and goals identified by your physician’s orders for medication, treatments, safety, nutrition, functional limitations, allergies, permitted activities, mental status, and prognosis. 123 PHHC will utilize information gathered in coordination with your care team during our comprehensive patient assessments care planning process, which involves the identification of patient goals, and nursing interventions that will resolve or alleviate your unique problems and/or needs. We encourage you, your caregiver or your designee to participate in the development of the plan of care and any revisions of the plan.
Headquartered in Verona, a suburb of Pittsburgh, 123 PHHC employs nurses, home health aides, therapists, medical social workers, personal care workers, and other home health care professionals who serve our communities in and around Pittsburgh.
We provide full range of clinical services including among others:
Registered Nursing Services
Doctors prescribe home health registered nursing when someone needs help recovering from surgery, an accident, or a serious illness. Home health care is a great option when your loved one is not ill enough to be in a hospital but is not yet well enough to be home alone. We are licensed by the state of Pennsylvania and adhere to federal regulations.
Private Duty Nursing Services
Private duty nursing care is health care given when a person needs skilled nursing staff such as a registered nurse (RN), or licensed practical nurse (LPN) to manage, observe, and evaluate care. Some Private duty skilled nursing care services include:
Telecare is a model of service that employs technology with services to empower people with chronic conditions to remain independent. Telecare integrates social and healthcare services with technology to sustain and promote quality of life and reduce unnecessary institutionalism. Services include:
Behavioral Therapy Services
Behavioral therapy is an umbrella term for types of therapy that treat mental health disorders. This form of therapy seeks to identify and help change potentially self-destructive or unhealthy behaviors.
Personal Care Services
Some of our personal care services include:
123 PHHC provides company for older adults, especially those who are shut-ins because of frailty or a dementing illness such as mild- to moderate-stage Alzheimer's disease, intellectually disabled, or who live alone. Our caring staff will keep a watchful eye, dispense daily medications, drive to haircut appointments, safeguard someone unsteady on his or her feet, read aloud, play cards, prepare light meals and snacks, and otherwise function as an extra set of hands, eyes, and feet for your loved one.
Respite Care Services
123 PHHC provides care and supervision inside the home for young and older adults with physical or mental limitations. Our respite services provide an important option to families who can't afford full-time, in-home care and need some way to keep their loved in a safe, supportive, supervised environment. Respite services also provide family caregivers with much-needed temporary relief, whether for a few hours a week or more extensively.
To speak with a nurse about personal care or registered nursing needs, please call (412) 377-9102.