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COMPASSIONATE HOME HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS OF WICHITA FALLS, TX

Turn to Falls Home Health and get the individual support, care, and assistance you need from a home health care provider.

Our Wichita Falls, Texas-based team is dedicated to offering the finest in-home care solutions for you and your family. Owners Mark and Dana ensure their teams deliver the personal attention you need and more than 40 years of experience in health care, therapy, and social work. Whether you’re temporarily disabled due to an accident or need help caring for an elderly family member, we’re here to offer dedicated, compassionate support and care.

Our team offers in-home health care solutions following the doctor’s orders that request care. Our team consists of Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses, with a supporting staff of certified aides, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and medical social workers. This allows us to deliver dynamic solutions that make the life of the patient and their families easier and more comfortable in their own home. Our bilingual staff members ensure we can serve all members of our community equally and always deliver the highest quality solutions.

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Falls Home Health Services
4.3
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Madison Ryland
Madison Ryland
19:56 29 Mar 18
Falls Home Health Services is such a family oriented business, all of the nurses and staff always care and check on... your well being even if you are no longer on their services. I would definitely 10/10 recommend them to any of my family or anyone else! Keep up the good work Falls Home Health.read more
kaila bradley
kaila bradley
18:46 13 Nov 17
The best home health agency in Wichita Falls! Great, caring staff and LOVE they are FAMILY owned and operated!! I would... recommend Falls Home Health to anyone searching for healthcare for their loved ones.read more
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18 hours ago
Falls Home Health
June 14th is the day that commemorates the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States.

#flagday #redwhiteandblue

June 14th is the day that commemorates the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States.

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22 hours ago
Falls Home Health
Every year countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary, unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. Why is World Blood Donor Day important? 

1. It saves lives:
Before blood transfusions became a regular medical practice, lives were regularly lost as a result of an inadequate blood supply. Blood donations end up supporting a wide variety of medical needs, from pre-planned, minor procedures to emergency surgeries. Blood transfusions are an important part of the planned treatment of cancer patients or expecting mothers, as well as vital in case of disasters or car crashes.

2. There’s always a need for more blood donations:
Donating blood is a quick, easy, and incredibly safe process, but only a small subsection of the population are regular blood donors. Out of the people who are considered “eligible” to donate blood, only about 10 percent choose to do so. Because blood donation is an entirely voluntary process, World Blood Donor Day is an important reminder of how there can never be such a thing as “too many blood donations.” In the United States alone, someone needs blood every two seconds!

3. Its a global issue:
Having an adequate blood supply is, obviously, necessary in every country on earth. Right now, many developed countries are able to rely on voluntary, unpaid blood donations to meet 100% of their blood supply needs. But finding those volunteers and making sure the blood is safe is still a big issue in developing countries, and they often have to rely on either family or paid donations. The WHO is working hard to ensure that, in the near future, blood donations all over the world will be entirely unpaid and voluntary.

#donatelife #donateblood #WBDD

Every year countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary, unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. Why is World Blood Donor Day important?

1. It saves lives:
Before blood transfusions became a regular medical practice, lives were regularly lost as a result of an inadequate blood supply. Blood donations end up supporting a wide variety of medical needs, from pre-planned, minor procedures to emergency surgeries. Blood transfusions are an important part of the planned treatment of cancer patients or expecting mothers, as well as vital in case of disasters or car crashes.

2. There’s always a need for more blood donations:
Donating blood is a quick, easy, and incredibly safe process, but only a small subsection of the population are regular blood donors. Out of the people who are considered “eligible” to donate blood, only about 10 percent choose to do so. Because blood donation is an entirely voluntary process, World Blood Donor Day is an important reminder of how there can never be such a thing as “too many blood donations.” In the United States alone, someone needs blood every two seconds!

3. It's a global issue:
Having an adequate blood supply is, obviously, necessary in every country on earth. Right now, many developed countries are able to rely on voluntary, unpaid blood donations to meet 100% of their blood supply needs. But finding those volunteers and making sure the blood is safe is still a big issue in developing countries, and they often have to rely on either family or paid donations. The WHO is working hard to ensure that, in the near future, blood donations all over the world will be entirely unpaid and voluntary.

#donatelife #donateblood #WBDD
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3 days ago
Falls Home Health
Falls would like to give a Happy Work Anniversary to our very own, Sondra Stumbaugh. We hope you have the best day!! 😀

We would also like to wish one of our Physical Therapists, Diana Ulery a Happy Birthday! May your day be filled with nothing but joy!! 🥳

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Falls would like to give a Happy Work Anniversary to our very own, Sondra Stumbaugh. We hope you have the best day!! 😀

We would also like to wish one of our Physical Therapists, Diana Ulery a Happy Birthday! May your day be filled with nothing but joy!! 🥳

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Love me some Sondra! & some Falls Home Health ~ thank you!

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You wouldn’t just go walk into any business and expect quality care or services. You do your research and find the best places. You should do the same when looking for home health care. We are licensed through the Texas Department of Health.


ACCEPTING MANY INSURANCE PLANS

There are many ways that you can get help paying for the care your loved one needs. Don’t try to handle the cost all on your own. Talk with our knowledgeable staff about Medicare, Medicaid, Champva Veterans coverage, private pay, insurance, and even payment plan options.


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Phone:

(940) 766-1990

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Fri 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat-Sun Closed
24 hour on call policy 7 days a week

Address:

4090 Regent Dr.
Wichita Falls, TX 76308
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Service Area:
Wichita Falls, Texas, & the Surrounding Areas, including Wichita, Clay, & Archer Counties

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