“Home Is Where The Heart Is”
Blessed Trinity Home Health

Mission Statement

We will value each individual’s right to maintain their independence and dignity while living in a safe and healthy environment. We value the patient’s right to self determination and believe each patient, along with their families, deserve to play an integral role in the home health care process. To stress the importance of health care education and strive to help patients and families thoroughly understand their health situation. Guided by the love of Jesus Christ, Blessed Trinity Home Health Care is committed to meeting the home health needs of the people which it serves.
Kansas Service Area:
Wyandotte, Leavenworth, Atchison, Johnson, Jefferson, Douglas & the northern part of Miami county.
Missouri Service Area:
Clay, Platte, Jackson County.
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Blessed Trinity Home Health Care is a free standing, nurse owned, home health agency based in Wyandotte County and with an office in Independence, Missouri. Entering our 8th year of serving the community, BTHH was designated as an “Elite Agency” in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. “Elite Agencies” are considered to be the top 10% (hospital affiliated and free standing) across the nation among Medicare certified agencies.

We pride ourselves on the compassionate, patient-centered care that our skilled clinicians provide.

At Blessed Trinity we have structured our clinical staff into clinical specialty teams to allow us to align our staff’s strengths and experience to better serve our patients and their families.

Patient and family education and support are essential to the success of our care. The role of home health is to provide short term acute care support for patients who need care following an illness, injury or progression of a disease process that renders the patient homebound and in need of the skilled assessment and intervention of a nurse or therapist.

Home Health Criteria for Admission

  • Physician Orders – The physician prescribes specific orders for the home health plan of care of each individual patient.
  • Homebound – An individual is unable to leave their home unassisted, and/or leaving takes considerable and taxing effort.
  • Intermittent Skilled Need – An individual requires short-term, intermittent care that is provided by at least one of the following: a licensed nurse, physical therapist, speech therapist, or has a continuing need for occupational therapy.
Home Health services are generally covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most
private insurance when the criteria for admission is met and authorization for services (when needed) is obtained.

Disclaimer: The contents of this web site are provided for informational purposes only. Nothing in this site is intended to furnish medical advice on diagnosis, treatment or care of an individual patient and/or a condition, all of which should be discussed with and obtained by consulting a physician.

Notice of Privacy: Our policy regarding your personal medical information is provided to all patients upon admission. Copies are available upon request. This notice describes how medical information about your care may be used and disclosed and how you can access this information. Our agency strives to maintain strict compliance with HIPAA standards at all times.