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Home Care Coordination and Discharge Planning

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After a hospital stay, transitioning to care at home can be challenging without careful preparation. Johns Hopkins Home Care Group has onsite home care coordinators at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Children’s Center, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Howard County General Hospital and Anne Arundel Medical Center to provide discharge planning and home care coordination services before you leave the hospital. Our team handles the details for your home care needs, so you can focus on recovery.  

We also have liaisons onsite at Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Suburban Hospital and Sibley Memorial Hospital for adults; and at Children’s National Hospital, Kennedy Krieger Institute and Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital for children. Our liaisons will coordinate home care for you, if you choose to receive care from Johns Hopkins Home Care Group. 

If you are at a different hospital and want to receive care from Johns Hopkins Home Care Group, please ask your provider, or call 410-288-8000.  

Our Services for Home Care Coordination and Discharge Planning 

Discharge planning helps you and your loved one make a smooth transition from inpatient care to home care. When you go home from the hospital, it is vital that you continue to receive the care you need to maintain your health. With our services, you receive seamless care that promotes healing and recovery, so you can avoid having to go back to the hospital. Our home care coordinators can arrange for:

 

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Interpreter Services

If you have partial or total hearing loss or if English is not your primary language, we have access to trained, qualified medical interpreters who are proficient in more than 230 languages. Find out more about language services available through Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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