The health and well-being of our patients, residents and team members is our number one priority. Despite many of the counties in which we operate beginning to re-open, per the Departments of Health, Concordia is still operating under a no visitation policy, except for patients/residents in end-of-life situations. However, those wishing to see their loved ones can schedule time with them at one of our safe visitation areas. Please call your loved one's facility for more information. For information regarding Concordia’s coronavirus precautions and cases, please click here. We have also began publishing regular video devotions from our Chaplains. To take a look, click here to visit our Mission & Ministry page.

Who Pays for Concordia Private Care?

Who Pays for Concordia Private Care?

Services can be paid privately by any person, company, trust officer or family member for private duty services not otherwise covered by an insurance company, private duty health care insurance or long-term care insurance. In some cases, Concordia Private Care may be covered by your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA) and the PDA Waiver Program, so please be sure to check with your local AAA to see if you qualify.

Some services may also be covered by private insurance. We suggest that you contact your insurance provider for more information. We also work with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and your service may be covered if you're a veteran.

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