Trinity Home Health Care

(302) 803-4478

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Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
On Call 24/7

About Our Company

Learn About Our Company

Learn about our company and how Trinity Home Health Care covers the needs of today's seniors and disabled adults. Each potential client receives a thorough evaluation from a registered nurse. From that assessment, a custom plan of care is designed to ensure all needs are met. Families choose Trinity for many reasons. Caregivers need regular vacations and respite care. We're glad to be able to help.

Professionalism and the ethical treatment of our patients is core to our business standards, and our responsive staff is on call 24 hours a day to quickly accommodate your needs. From a few hours a day to round-the-clock care, we are here when you need us. Trinity is a state licensed and insured provider of home health care assistance. We will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, handicap, age, sex, marital status, religion, contagious disease, or sexual orientation. At Trinity, your needs are our duty with reliable, compassionate, and trustworthy service.

Our Founder

Colleen Curtis, RN, BSN, is our owner and CEO. The last 20 years of Colleen's nursing career have been spent in home health care. Her experiences have included field nursing, intake coordination, case management, and managerial positions.

She has a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Immaculata University and is a board member of the Delaware Association of Home and Community Care. Colleen also belongs to the Delaware Health Network Association, Delaware MAPS Association, Women's Business Network Association, Governmental Committee of the Elkton Chamber of Commerce, and the CARES Association of Cecil County.

Our Staff

Successfully meeting the needs of our clients means choosing the right caregiver. It is important to us that you receive proper care, trust, and reliability from our staff. Therefore each caregiver applicant that comes to Trinity is thoroughly screened. Criminal background checks, drug screens, employment references, and prior experience are all researched. Then we assess the personal traits of each candidate looking for sensitivity, dependability, and willingness to help others. Finally, Trinity conducts a comprehensive training program with each employee. Only then are they able to work with our patients. Trinity employs state certified nursing assistants, home health aides, homemaker/companions and nurses.

Care Worker in the Kitchen

ACHC Accreditation

Standards of care are based on the consensus of our peers in home care organizations that have gone the extra mile to assure quality. Accreditation is a means of measuring organizational management, internal practices, and service outcomes. Most home care companies are good and deserve your trust. However, organizations that have earned accreditation usually are most serious about maintaining the quality of services and products they provide.

Accreditation is a professional peer review administered by a private, nonprofit organization, which is structured to establish higher standards than state or federal requirements. Accreditation is the most commonly accepted means of assuring quality care and products.

Accreditation is regarded as one of the critical benchmarks for measuring the quality of an organization, along with its products and services. In the US, standard setting by industry leaders with peer review is widely accepted.

Accreditation standards provide the catalyst for an organizational management strategy. The on-site survey validates the application of those strategies and determines if the company is performing according to the goals and objectives it has adopted in its system. Learn more about ACHC Accreditation.

Privacy Policy

We at Trinity Home Health Care have a duty to protect your health information. We are legally required by law to protect information used to identify you which includes information we have created or received about your past, present, or future health condition, the provision of health care to you, or the payment of this health care. We may not use or disclose any more of your protected health information than is necessary to accomplish the purpose of the use or disclosure.