Qualified Home Health Aides Our Home Health Aides (HHA’s) will provide assistance with all activities of daily living to the patient, as needed and will help maintain family stability in time of need. The HHA shall be under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN) assure proper care for the patient. Get in Touch Catastrophic Injury Specialists Our Specialist are trained to attend to patients suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and Closed Head Injuries, Spinal Cord, Trauma Cases, Vent Care and Wound Care. Get in Touch Private Pay Nursing Depending on your home care need (HHA, LPN or RN) an OakMed Liaison can assist in finding the most cost effective and qualified personal to assure a safe and comfortable transition from the hospital or facility to your home. Get in Touch

Our Goals

  • Facilitating the patient’s transition from hospital to home.
  • Encourage safe and cost effective delivery of care.
  • Returning a patient to their optimum level of health.
  • To help home health aides and families to meet the needs of each individual patient.
  • Provide high quality care and the personal touch and support that each patient deserves.
  • Providing continuity of care individualized to each patient with excellent communication.
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Awarded a Best Place to Work!

OakMed Home Nursing and Rehabilitative Services has been declared a "Best Workplace" for Healthcare by the State of Michigan and a "Top Workplace" by the Detroit Free Press.

Over 3,700 companies applied and were surveyed to become a Detroit Free Press Best Workplace and just 175 companies were chosen, but AmeriCare Medical and its subsidiaries was the ONLY Complete Home Healthcare Company to receive the honor.

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Recognized for Excellence in Home Healthcare Services

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“I enjoy working with Kim. She is always willing to help in any way she can. Kim is always professional and caring with the patients, their families, and the staff. Thank you Kim for all you do!”

Karen Laubernds, RN Case Manager TBI Unit – Corewell Taylor

“Just a note to inform you what a valuable asset Laura is to our IPR unit here at Corewell Troy. Laura is always available and very involved in obtaining auto insurance and claim information needed to secure authorization for IPR admissions. She is professional, pleasant and very knowledgeable in every aspect of the ever changing auto insurance laws of Michigan. Overall, Laura is a huge benefit and welcome member of our team.”

Jim Paolucci, Admissions Coordinator – Corewell Troy IPR

“We are so thankful for OakMed! Laura is incredibly easy to work with, extremely knowledgeable and great at what she does! She helps to make a difficult situation/transition a little bit easier for everyone involved. Thank you for all you do!”

Janelle Mirch, Trauma PA – Corewell Troy

“Laura does a great job. She is always willing to come out and see the patient when we send referrals. She gets back back to us promptly with the requested information. Her pleasant disposition is a plus. Thanks so much for all that you do for us here at Corewell Troy Care management department. We really appreciate her and her knowledge of the auto claims process.”

Nell Wheatley, RN Care Manager – Corewell Troy

“Kim is very professional and prompt when asked to investigate auto claims. She provides information that is pertinent to the cases that are being reviewed for rehab placement.”

Patty Schmidt, Admissions Coordinator – Corewell Taylor IPR

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5 New Year Resolutions to Incorporate Wellness into Your Daily Routine for Seniors

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Bathroom Safety with Patients in Mind: Creating Custom Solutions for Each Patient

In home healthcare, every patient is unique. This means, the importance of personalized care plans cannot be overstated. This holds especially true when it comes to ensuring bathroom safety, an essential aspect of daily living.   The Significance of Personalized Care Plans in Ensuring Bathroom Safety When it comes to bathroom safety, a one-size-fits-all approach will likely not be sufficient…

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Get a Gift Receipt on Stress this Holiday Season

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Flu Prevention through Vaccines and Handwashing

Flu, or influenza, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness and sometimes lead to complications such as pneumonia, sinus infection, ear infection, or even death. According to the CDC, “most experts think that flu viruses are spread mainly by droplets made when people with flu cough, sneeze…

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AmeriCare Medical 2023 Detroit Free Press Top Workplace Insights

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