Home Health Care
As an integral part of KAMC, the Home Health Care Department strives to provide the National Guard and their dependents with the highest quality of multidisciplinary services within available resources to complete the continuity of care from admission through discharge from the hospital continuing into the home setting.
Home Health Care commits to achieving optimal patient outcomes through provision by competent staff, to the patient’s physical, psychological, social and spiritual welt being
Home Health Care Operation Capacity
Home Health Care-KAMC Program currently providing service for more than 450 patients at their homes.
Home Health Care Scope of Services
Home Health Care Program is a hospital-based, community program, which was established in March 1994 to facilitate discharges from the hospital and for continuation of patient’s care. It was developed to include as goals, not only to decrease hospital length of stay but also to reduce patient’s visits to E.R., re-admission to hospital, visits to outpatient clinics and laboratories and also as an alternative to hospitalization, i.e. Palliative care and Home IV therapy.
The service offers a multi-national and multidisciplinary service to National Guard patients and their families, Services include medical, nursing, respiratory, occupational therapy, clinical nutrition and social work.
Current Services: Medical Adult ,Surgical ,Oncology, Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nutrition/Dietetics, Social Services.
Planned Services: Home IV Therapy expansion, Palliative Care Expansion, new HHC unit in ER Expansion.
Home Health Care Clinical Programs
Home IV Therapy.
Home Health Care Leadership
Dr. Amjad Al-Seraya
Chief Home Health Care
Contact Home Health Care
Phone and Extensions: HHC-KAMC Call Center : 011-8011010