As COVID-19, a respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus, continues to spread through our local communities, Assisteo Home Health is committed to providing the timely resources, care and support our patients need to stay well.
At Assisteo, our mission is to provide compassionate, end-of-life care, addressing the physical, social, spiritual, and emotional needs of our patients and their loved ones. As we join you in your journey, our hopes are to brighten each day, adding comfort and quality along the way.
Assisteo Hospice was recently awarded the Joint Commission Accreditation.
We are now able to accept hospice patients located in Maricopa county. Please contact us at: 602.455.1823.
Excellence in rehabilitation services within the home, improving quality of life and independence
Our staff demonstrates excellence and pride in our work by taking initiative, being knowledgeable and accurate. We continue to strive for higher standards with a goal of patient centered care combined with evidence based treatment.
Our team is on-call 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Your services will start within 24-hours of receiving orders. We work with you, around your schedule. We understand how important the care you receive is for you and your way of life.
We honor and value each individual, preserve the dignity of each patient, and protect the privacy and confidentiality of every patient and family member.
What’s new at Assisteo
Opening of our Prescott Branch
Jan 14, 2019 | Announcement
Prescott- Assisteo is proud to announce the opening of our Prescott branch. We are excited to serve Yavapai county. We are currently Medicare certified but will soon be offering several managed care plans in order to service the whole community.
What our patients are saying
“I would like to say I am very satisfied with Assisteo Home Health. Kari Toledo was exceptional with arranging my care. She returned my calls and ensured that everything was in order for my care. Tony was my therapist and was always on time and spent the time necessary to help me regain mobility to allow me outpatient therapy. Kari Sisson was my visiting nurse and she was caring and understanding of my concerns. She helped me address my needs in an exceptional manner. I would like to express my thanks to these individuals and to your entire staff.”