Welcome to the Regal Family of Companies
Regal Home Health, Regal Care Management, and Regal Concierge all provide compassionate, experienced and professional clinicians, caregivers, and care managers to individuals in need of private duty nursing, medical and non-medical health care services, as well as assistance with daily personal needs.
Going above and beyond industry standards for almost 15 years has made Regal the “provider of choice” for individuals and families for private duty home health and care management in South Florida. Regal’s RNs, LPNs, Certified Case Managers, Certified Dementia Practitioners and Geriatric Professionals have assisted Physicians, Attorneys, Trust Officers and Guardians in handling every aspect of their clients’ needs whether pre- or post-surgery, housebound, in the hospital, or in an assisted living facility.
Owned and operated by a clinician, Regal Home Health is a licensed, nationally accredited, private duty home health agency serving Palm Beach, Broward, and Martin Counties. Regal is not a nurse registry, and not a referral service or franchise. Regal Care Management and Regal Concierge can provide services throughout South Florida or nationwide.
Regal earned its reputation for excellence by providing experienced and professional clinicians, care managers, home health aides and caregivers with a passion for being patient advocates and providing the best care. All personnel must meet our strict requirements. Stringent hiring practices include extensive background and reference checks. All Regal personnel are insured and bonded.
Look to Regal 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for access to services, advocacy and emotional support that will enable you or a loved one to live life with independence and dignity. Contact us using our handy contact form, or telephone 888-499-8382, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Turn to Regal for help that enables you or a loved one to live life with independence and dignity. Regal has earned a reputation for exceeding industry standards whether caring for clients at home, in a hospital, or an assisted living facility. Our greatest satisfaction comes from earning your confidence and trust.
Current Issues Affecting Clients
It’s easier than you think for a thief to use your health insurance to see a doctor or get prescriptions, even to file claims with your insurance provider. Always check your records for errors, be sure to correct any mistakes, and protect your medical information and insurance statements.
If you are responsible for a senior, a family caregiver, or taking care of an elderly loved one, good safety habits include reading the explanation of benefits statement or summary after care or treatment. Make sure the dates, provider, services etc., are all correct and that the claims paid match up with the services received.
Warning signs of medical identity theft include:
1) Bills for medical services not received
2) Debt collectors calling for medical debt not owed
3) Collections notices on a credit report that are incorrect
4) Health plan notices that benefit limits have been reached when that is false
5) Denial of insurance for a condition you don’t have
For more information visit http://www.bbb.org/. The Better Business Bureau has suggestions on how to deal with Medical Identity Theft. Regal’s Case Managers can assist clients in coordinating medications and physicians, records and insurance. Contact Ferial Andre, RN, CCM, CDP, at email@example.com or 888-499-8382 for more information on how you or a loved one might benefit from our services.
March is “Hepatitis Awareness” Month
Do you know how many types of Hepatitis there are? Do you know which one goes away on its own? Do you know which one the CDC says Baby Boomers should get vaccinated for?
Since April is “Hepatitis Awareness Month” Regal wants to share the “A”, “B”, and “C”s of Hepatitis with you. Being educated means that you can take action to prevent Hepatitis and the spread of it.
Hepatitis means “inflammation of the liver”. Toxins, drugs, alcohol, certain diseases, bacterial infections and viruses can all cause hepatitis. Hepatitis causes the liver to swell, prevents it from working well, and can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer. The most common types of viral hepatitis are Hepatitis A (HAV), Hepatitis B (HBV) and Hepatitis C (HCV), which is the most threatening form. To find out who is at risk, what are the “subtle symptoms”, and some things that can be done to prevent or treat each type, click HERE.
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