Universal Pediatrics proudly offers a continuum of in-home health care for children and young adults with serious medical conditions and complex technological needs.
Universal's skilled RN's, LPN's and Home Health Aides (HHA's) are selectively recruited and specifically trained for each individual case. Our nurses have experience with ventilator, feeding tube, tracheotomy and IV requirements.
Some of the in-home services we offer on a 24-hour, 7-days-a-week basis include:
- Respiratory monitoring
- Trach cares
- G-tube cares
- Assisting clients at school
We manage ongoing communication with primary physicians and local network of medical suppliers and other needed services, including occupational, physical, payer courses and others interested in the success of our clients and family.
Talk to a Universal Pediatrics specialist to learn more about how we can help provide care at your home.
Universal Pediatrics can help discharge planners and primary care physicians find home health care solutions for their patients with critical medical needs. Whether your patient requires high-tech IV or feeding tube administration, physical therapy or simply regular, in-home medical supervision, we can offer 24-hour, 7-day-a-week access to nursing services. Our network of RN's, LPN's, and Home Health Aides (HHA's) throughout the Midwest are case specifically trained and highly experienced.
We specialize in pediatrics; however, we continue providing care to our clients even into adulthood. We accept all insurances including Medicaid, regardless of in or out of network status.
Universal Pediatrics participates in most state Medicaid programs, including:
- Brain Injury Waiver
- Health & Disability Waiver
- Intellectual Disability Waiver
- HOPE Waiver
- Managed Care Organization (MCO)
- Private Pay
If you have a patient who would benefit from the same high quality of health care you provided but in the comfort of their own home, we encourage you to contact us with questions or make a referral to Universal Pediatrics using our online form.