Who We Serve
Serving You and Your Community
At RVNAhealth, we are proud to provide lifelong wellness services and preventative care to individuals at all ages, stages and levels of health. Whether someone in your family needs a flu shot, joint replacement rehabilitation or hospice care, we are here to support your health, well-being and daily living.
Our team of nurses, rehabilitation therapists, home health aides, nutritionists and many other dedicated professionals offer services in your “home” – or wherever you reside – and at our Center for Exceptional Care in Ridgefield, CT. We work in collaboration with other healthcare professionals, including your own.
If your need is quality home care, our team can help you in 28 towns in Connecticut. From New Milford to Greenwich, and from Danbury to Monroe, and all points in between, each year we improve thousands of individuals’ quality of life and well-being.
Towns We Serve
Center for Exceptional Care
The RVNAhealth Center for Exceptional Care is a true community health and wellness facility, located at 27 Governor St. in Ridgefield, CT. Members of the community can visit us to receive information on a variety of topics, including nutrition counseling, travel health and first aid training. We host a variety of programs throughout the year, often in partnership with organizations such as AARP, Lyme Connection and the Town of Ridgefield.
Our Center for Exceptional Care is home to a Health Education Center, a teaching kitchen (Nutrition Education Center), a Center for Caregiver Support, and a board room where organizations in the community frequently hold meetings.
On the lower level of 27 Governor St. is RVNAhealth Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, which includes private treatment rooms, a gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, parallel bars and other therapeutic apparatus.
The Center for Exceptional Care is a key part of our focus on being prepared with the staff, technology, skill and knowledge to respond to healthcare reform, community health needs, emergencies and disasters, as well as future home healthcare needs.