When it comes to healing, there's no place like home.

We’re committed to simplifying healthcare for patients and their loved ones. We hire for heart, carefully selecting employees and contracting with providers who embrace our high standards. We’re passionate about driving solutions; we collaborate closely with our provider network to help patients get better – and stay better – at home.

Speak to your Employer or Health Plan Provider

Speak to your employer or health plan about the possibility of healing in the comfort of your home.  Or you can see if your health plan works with us by clicking on the button below; the information can be found after the “call us” section.  Being prepared can give you the tools needed to navigate a complex healthcare system if and when the time comes.

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CareCentrix works on behalf of your health plan to help ensure your covered home healthcare is delivered by credentialed network providers. We collect any outstanding patient financial responsibility (co-payments, coinsurance and deductibles) as specified by your health plan. Questions? Call us at
1-800-808-1902. Or, pay your bill online. 

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What We Can Do For You

Our Products

Whether you need complex nursing, therapy, a wheelchair delivered to your home, respiratory services, medication infusion, sleep testing or other home-based care, CareCentrix provides customer-centric services designed to help get you home and keep you home. 

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Better Health Outcomes

With almost 20 years of continuous growth and a track record of improving patients’ outcomes and saving them from the higher costs of an institutional setting, CareCentrix is a company you can trust for quality at-home care. 

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Questions? Call Us.

If you are a patient, family member or caregiver and have any questions, please call us at 1-800-808-1902.

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What Patients Are Saying

“Every nurse at CareCentrix is super. You have an outstanding program and you helped me tremendously. Your service was, without a doubt, a lifesaver; keep it going!" 

Paul B. (Patient)

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