Cabell Huntington Hospital in partnership with Marshall Health is now making house calls. The new CHH Home Care Medicine provides pre and post-acute care for homebound patients ages 18 and older, throughout the Tri-State. Skilled and highly trained physicians and nurse practitioners provide many of the same services received in a physician's office within the comfort of the patient's home.

"Our goal is to deliver a smooth transition of care," said Cynthia Pinson, MD, CMD, medical director for CHH Home Care Medicine and assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community Health at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. "Patients can receive experienced, quality care wherever they live."

CHH Home Care Medicine offers:

  • physical examinations
  • disease management
  • medication management
  • coordination of lab and x-ray services
  • coordination of care (hospice, home health and hospitalization)

A physician referral is not necessary to receive services. Patients who qualify for services must be at least 18 years of age and considered frail or homebound. Patients who reside in a nursing home and/or assisted/non-assisted living facilities also qualify for services with the consent of the patient and/or relative or legal guardian. Medicare, Medicare with supplemental insurance, Medicare with Medicaid and private insurance are all accepted.

For an appointment or questions please call our friendly and caring staff at 304.529.7004 in Huntington or 304.720.0210 in Charleston, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.