Home Health

Yadkin Valley Home Health boasts many years of service to Surry, Yadkin and Wilkes counties. Patients experience excellent clinical outcomes, exceptionally high satisfaction with the services, leadership in telemedicine and broad acceptance of health plan reimbursement.

We are a leader in the field of telemedicine and are the exclusive provider of in-home monitoring in Surry, Yadkin and Wilkes counties. We are one of the few local providers who accept Medicare, Medicaid, Partners, Blue Cross, United and most other managed care and commercial insurers. Our patients are most often folks who have used our services in the past or who have heard about us from family and friends who received our care.


To learn more about our services, download our brochure.

  • Skilled nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Home health aides
  • In-home telemonitoring
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Lifeline personal alert service

We are able to provide services through an order from any physician licensed in North Carolina.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get Home Health Services?

Yadkin Valley Home Health offers skilled services, such as nursing, aides and rehabilitation. These services must be ordered by a physician. Services are delivered in the comfort and security of your own home and are fully covered by Medicare and Medicaid if you meet their criteria.

What is Lifeline?

Lifeline is a personal response system. By simply wearing a necklace or bracelet that contains a small button, you can call for help instantly. Lifeline is an affordable safety system ideal for anyone who lives alone.

I have private insurance. Does it cover Home Health Services?

Most major insurances cover skilled care and medical supplies. You can check with your insurer or call us and we can research it for you.

Are there any eligibility criteria to receive services? I have Medicare Advantage.

Traditional Medicare, as well as the Medicare managed care programs like Advantage and Partners, requires that you be homebound. This means that in order to leave your home to receive services (for example, for outpatient physical therapy), it would be a taxing effort on you. Medicare feels that in-home services are only appropriate for people who cannot easily receive these same services in other settings like outpatient clinics.

Contact Us

For more information, call 336-526-6460.

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