One Health has developed specialized programs that utilize state-of-the-art technology to ensure the highest quality of care and improve the health and well being of our clients. Our staff is highly trained on the National best standards of practice to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Our goal is to promote and improve patient understanding of disease management.

Primary care physicians serve as the trusted and dedicated healthcare providers for patients, playing a vital role in closely monitoring their health, prescribing necessary medications, and collaborating with other members of the care team. With their expertise, they assume responsibility for supervising and approving the patient’s personalized Plan of Care.

Collaborating seamlessly with primary physicians, hospice medical directors work hand-in-hand to oversee and endorse the patient’s Care Plan. In some cases, they may even step in as the primary physician, if required. These medical directors provide the initial terminal prognosis, conducting face-to-face visits to ensure the patient’s comfort and continuously assessing their eligibility for hospice care.

Registered nurses take on the role of the patient’s dedicated case manager, equipped with the skills to assess symptoms and medical needs. They excel in managing pain and medication, striving to maintain optimal comfort levels. Responsible for the patient’s overall physical well-being, these nurses also coordinate the patient’s care with the interdisciplinary team, ensuring seamless collaboration.

Hospice aides, who are certified nursing assistants, provide invaluable assistance with activities of daily living, including bathing, toileting, transferring, and light housekeeping. Working closely with nurse case managers, they contribute to the patient’s comfort and peace, delivering care that prioritizes their well-being.

Hospice Care


  • We consult with your orthopedic surgeon prior to surgery to understand specific protocols and physician requests as it pertains to your rehabilitation.
  •  Our orthopedic program has been carefully designed to help patients continue their recovery and rehabilitation safely, and comfortably at home. We specialize in the coordination and therapeutic management pre- and post-surgical care of joint replacements.
  •  We offer service for these conditions which includes but is not limited to:
    •  Total Joint Replacement
    •  Knee, hip, and shoulder surgeries/conditions
    •  Sciatica
    •  Foot or hand surgery
    •  Amputations


Our wound care program is led by a team of Certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses (CWOCNs) to maximize wound healing.

  •  Expert assessment and evaluation that includes digital photographic reporting of wound status and nutritional assessment.
  •  Advanced treatment options such as WoundVacs are available for complicated wound management.
  •  Ostomy care provides individualized ostomy care protocols.


Our fall prevention program focuses on reducing the risk of injury and falls for patients that are at risk or who have fallen in the past.

Our team approach consists of nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists who develop a plan to improve the safety, balance, coordination, and the ambulation of our at-risk patients. By preventing injuries and falls, our patients are able to safely remain at home.