Our dedicated hospital transitional care team works hand-in-hand with medical providers to help ensure that there are no gaps in patient care as they move from hospital to home. Thanks to our highly integrated transitional care delivery model, we help prevent readmissions by engaging early and often.
Your Health, Our Calling. All Covered.
Road to Recovery
During your first 30 days home, we're here to bridge the gap between you, your medical team and your loved ones. Whether it's coordinating with your primary physician, specialists, home health agencies, or pharmacist, we've got you covered. Our Segue transitional care team is at your service 24/7, ready to address not only your physical condition, but also your emotional and spiritual needs. You and your family are not alone in this process—we're here to provide unwavering support, guiding you every step of the way.
We understand the importance of worry-free healing, which is why our program is fully funded through patients' insurance. With no out-of-pocket costs for patients and absolutely no expense for hospitals, we work to ensure that your transition from hospital to home is not only as seamless as possible but also financially stress-free. Your well-being is at the core of our mission, and we're honored to be able to provide comprehensive care that leaves no financial burden on you or your healthcare providers.
Our goal is simple yet profound: to foster robust recoveries, reduce readmissions and make a lasting impact on lives far and wide. Grounded in humility and guided by Biblical principles, we strive to extend a healing hand to our patients and their families, enabling the gospel of Jesus Christ to resonate across local communities and global cultures alike. This vision is embodied by the provision of a devoted team of professionals, working in harmony with our facility partners to oversee patients in the crucial 30 days following discharge.
“God has placed me to be an advocate for the elderly, and ever since I have been a nurse. It's the ministry part that makes it different and makes it good."
Regina Young, Nurse Practitioner