Who is elizabeth?
Elizabeth was an amazing person. Elizabeth Mary Uchalik-Gimma, 66, passed away on Sunday, January 29, 2017 at Bristol Hospital after an illness, with her son and granddaughter by her side. She was born in New Britain, to the late Michael and Mary (Koval) Gimma. Elizabeth was a resident of New Britain and Bristol, graduating from New Britain High and raising her family in Bristol. She was a devout parishioner of Holy Trinity Byzantine Catholic Church. She enjoyed going out with friends and spent most of her time with her son and granddaughter. She will be most remembered for being a lifelong caregiver.
Our business model is to treat each patient the same way we would treat our parents, siblings or children. We accomplish this through state-of-the-art technology, quality nursing and therapy, good old-fashioned care and compassion.Michael Uchalid
What is Elizabeth Care?
Elizabeth Care includes any professional support services that allow a person to live safely in their home. In-home care services can help someone who is aging and needs assistance to live independently; is managing chronic health issues; is recovering from a medical setback; or has special needs or a disability. Professional caregivers such as nurses, aides, and therapists provide short-term or long-term care in the home, depending on a person’s needs.
The care you need in the place you love
Home care can be the key to achieving the highest quality of life possible. It can enable safety, security, and increased independence; it can ease management of an ongoing medical condition; it can help avoid unnecessary hospitalization; it can aid with recovery after an illness, injury, or hospital stay—all through care given in the comfort and familiarity of home.
Our stringent hiring process lets you breathe easy about your loved ones’ care
How can you provide the best care for your elderly parents? This question can be fraught with so much anxiety, but our stringent 9-step hiring process lets you breathe easy.
Thanks to our extraordinarily in-depth screening process, only the top 10 of all caregivers who apply to Health People are hired. Our careful process ensures every one of our caregivers is skilled, licensed, competent, honest, trustworthy, and a truly caring individual.
HOW IS IT PAID?
Personal care and companionship services are usually paid directly by the person receiving care (private pay), or through long-term care insurance or Medicaid.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
Please take a moment to contact us; we’ll take time to answer your questions and schedule a free in-home assessment. We’ll do anything we can to meet your parents’ home health care needs – and enable them to be home.