Frequently Asked Questions
If I'm hospitalized, how do I obtain your services?
You have the right to choose your own health care provider. When you are hospitalized, simply notify your physician, social worker, or discharge planner that you would like to use our services.
How do I refer someone?
It is a difficult choice to trust someone else with your loved one's medical care. However, P-B Health's caring professional staff will work with your family to meet all of the patient's medical needs. To refer, simply call 410.235.1060, ask for an intake staff member, and indicate that you are interested in using our services.
Can P-B Health help people with diverse backgrounds and circumstances?
Our nurses, therapists and aids have expertise in meeting the needs of people from all walks of life. We work with patients, in their homes, who have many different customs and cultural understandings. We meet each patient where he or she is and provide the specific assistance needed for that individual. Referring organizations and family members often rely on our expertise in this area to help build bridges to those who need special attention to get the most benefit from their care plan.
Is P-B Health an experienced organization that is known in the community?
For over fifteen years the team at P-B Health has been working in many communities in Baltimore and surrounding counties. We are not only known for providing in home care for people discharged from hospitals, nursing homes and assisted care facilities, but also for our role in community health fares and events. We also often provide health screenings and other public service educational programs. These activities that foster health and well being help build a stronger community for all of us.
Where are you located?
Our administrative offices are located on St. Paul Street in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore.