Paying for care
Care plans that fit your need and your budget
We understand that paying for services represents a major concern for many families. To ease this burden, we accept most major insurance providers and will work with families to navigate the process and ensure you receive the best care possible.
Pinnacle Home Care is Medicare and Medicaid certified and most of our services are covered by these plans.
If you will be paying out of pocket, we’ve created a straightforward pricing structure that makes planning for care simple and easy.
|Skilled Nursing||$325 set up cost, $125-$150 per visit|
|Registered Nurse Visits||$120-$145/ hour|
|Licensed Practical Nurse Visits||$55/ hour (weekdays), $60/ hour (evening / weekends)|
|Home Health Aide (individual)||$36/hour (weekdays), $39/ hour (evening / weekends)|
|Home Health Aide (services for two)||$41/hour (weekdays), $44/ hour (evening / weekends)|
|Companion Care||$29/ hour|
* Prices are subject to change with 30 day notice.
If you decide to contract services through Pinnacle Home Care, we charge a $150 intake fee, which is reduced to $75 if you continue service for at least 30 days.
Questions about paying for services? Contact us today.
While we’re proud to accept a wide variety of insurance providers, coverage of services will vary among individual insurance plans. During your in-home consultation, you and your care team will decide which services are right for your unique situation. Following this meeting, we encourage all families and individuals to contact their insurance provider to make sure any service you’d receive is covered by your plan.
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