If you reside in your private home or in an assisted, independent, or memory care living community, we will visit you in the privacy of your very own apartment!
For private home services, call us at 248-650-1800 for the locations.
Our Providers take their time with each patient to ensure we address all of their questions and concerns. Understanding that sometimes you may need to talk to us for a longer time than the visit is scheduled for, we may come back for a second visit to continue our conversation.
Communication is very important, and we strive to include our patient’s families and care takers in our treatment plans. If those important individuals cannot be present during our visit, just let us know.
Remember, we are just a phone call away and will be happy to let you know how the visit went after the fact.
We will coordinate so testing occurs in the most effective location. Routine tests done at senior living or private residence include:
Legacy Medical Group works closely with many home care agencies that will drive out to your home and provide you with the best possible therapy and care. Services are usually covered by your insurance. We continue to see patients while they are receiving hospice care. You will continue to have the safety and support of Legacy providers coming to see you in your home Monday to Friday, as we always have.
Legacy Medical Group has extensive experience with providing care in many independent, assisted, memory care and adult group homes as well as rehab facilities and hospitals. We can advise you on home care, hospice, private duty nursing, elder care attorneys, pharmacies, and other services.
We provide Alternate Placement Services to those individuals who are not able to remain in their current living environment. Choosing another residence can be a source of stress for patients and their families. Our Licensed Masters Level Clinical Social Worker has comprehensive knowledge which enables her to assess the patient’s needs both physically and cognitively to determine the appropriate setting. The Social Worker can provide the needed advice and support to patients and families that are unsure of how to navigate through this process.