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Guardian Angel Home Health 

is Licensed by the State of California, Certified by the Center for Medicare& Medicard Services. Accredited by the joint Commisiion

Primary Contacts 

717 S. Victory Blvd., Suite A

Burbank, CA 91502

Phone: 818-559-2300

Fax: 818-559-2310

Email: guardianangelhomehealth@yahoo.com

www.guardianhhealth.com

All Services are available

7 days a week (even on holydays) with 24 hours on-call nurse ready to assist you with your

Home Care needs.

Get in touch with us! 

Our main office is located in Burbank, California. Please do not hestitate to contact us in regards to any inquires about home health care services. We take all of your questions, comments and /or concerns into consideration. We strive to improve our home health care management services for our patients a heart-felt and unforgettable one. Your opinions matter! You can use the contact form on the bottom of this page or the information on the

left to get in touch with us. 

What are the benefits of Home Health Care?

  •  Care is provided in the privacy and comfort of your home.

  • All services are coordinated with your physician (s).

  • 24 hour access to a skilled nurse.

  • Home care may prevent hospitalization/re-hospitalization.

  • Short recovery time.

Who can refer you to Guardian Angel Home Health?

  •  Your doctor, family and friends.

  • You can refer yourself.

  • Insurance companies, nursing homes, hospitals and rehab units may also refer you.

We accept:

  •  Medicare

  • Medicaid

  • Private Insurance

  • Private Pay

What will Insurance cover?

  •  Your insurance may provide complete or partial payment.

  • The Home Care team will explain your coverage and will bill your insurance directly.

What types of conditions would Indicate a need for Home Health Care?

  •  New Surgical Procedure

  • New or changed medical diagnosis

  • New or changed medication

  • New or changed caregiver

  • New medical equipment

  • Difficulty in walking, transferring, or performing regular daily activities.