How Do I Choose?

We know that choosing the right kind of healthcare for you or your loved one can be an overwhelming task, let alone choosing the right healthcare provider. At Tennessee Health Management, we aim to make this decision as easy as possible by offering a wide variety of services from rehabilitation therapy to in-home hospice care. Because we offer so many different kinds of care, we know it can be hard to decide what is best for you or your loved one. We hope this guide will make that decision as easy as it can be by outlining the kinds of patients our four main services typically care for.

Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation

Our Skilled Nursing Facilities focus on providing care for patients who can no longer safely care for themselves in their homes, whose primary caretaker can no longer care for them in a way that meets their needs, or if their need for a caretaker will be permanent. Our Skilled Nursing Facilities not only provide the highest quality of medical care to ensure that all of the medical needs of our patients are being met, they also provide assistance for patients in daily tasks such as getting in and out of bed, bathing, getting dressed and eating, in order to ensure that our patients are living as comfortably as possible.

Homecare

There are many situations where receiving treatment in the patient’s home is possible. Our staff of Homecare caregivers aims to help our patients receive treatment while being in the comfortable and familiar environment of their own home.

Our Homecare program focuses on patients who:

Are returning home from an illness, injury or surgery and have not regained their prior level of health
Are trying to reduce time spent in a hospital by receiving treatment in their home
Are experiencing difficulties with disease or illness and could use additional monitoring, therapy, one-on-one teaching about the disease, diet, medications or ways to better manage their condition
Have fallen recently or whose current condition presents them with an increased risk of fall or injury
Have a pre-existing condition that seems to be worsening, and nursing intervention could help

Hospice

Our Hospice care program focuses on patients who have been given a life expectancy of six months or less due to illness, or patients and families who have chosen care that focuses on symptom management as opposed to curative treatment. It is our goal to help our patients and their families feel as comfortable and supported as possible as they approach the end of their lives.

Behavioral Healthcare

Our Behavioral Healthcare program focuses on patients who are experiencing or have recently experienced an acute psychotic episode as a result of an imbalance in their medications. Symptoms of a psychotic episode include:

Major Depression
Anxiety
Mood Instability
Paranoia
Hallucinations
Delusions
Thoughts of self-harm
Displays of Verbal Aggression
Physical Aggression

Our Behavioral Healthcare facilities offer a safe, secure and comfortable place for patients experiencing these symptoms to heal.