How often can a home health care patient be seen every week?
There is no universal answer, as each case is different. When the registered nurse makes the first visit, the nurse will assess and develop a plan for seeing and treating the patient’s needs.
As a general rule, Medicare patients can be seen as few as two or three times a week, up to daily.
Medicaid patients are usually seen on a daily basis by at least one health care provider. In some instances, the patient may be visited by two or more health care providers in a day.