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Where do you turn to when you need reliable, professional health care? The answer is the Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association. We have been delivering round the clock home care to the community since 1914. And with an expanding program of community wellness services that meet the needs of young and old alike, we’re a neighbor you can count on.
RVNA has the highest patient satisfaction rating of any home healthcare agency in the area we serve. We have a 96.4% overall satisfaction rate among our patients which is 4% higher than the national average. RVNA is a not-for-profit agency whose sole mission is to provide remarkable home health care, foster community based wellness, and promote public health and safety in the community.
Flu & Pneumonia Clinics Quality Living at Home Call your house your home, for a lifetime… Travel Wise Avoid health trouble when traveling, we offer the immunizations you need to make your trip enjoyable and safe. Lifeline Help is the press of a button away. Senior Care Solutions Helping seniors remain in their own home. Well Child Clinics $50 Fee Covers Visit and all School Required Immunizations, Sliding Scale Available. Unique & Caring Gifts from RVNA When you have a gift to give please think of the RVNA. We have an array of unique and caring gift ideas! Shingles Vaccine Help protect yourself from this potentially devestating disease! Available to anyone 60 and older by appointment. $215 You must bring a prescription from your doctor. Please call 203-438-5555 to make an appointment.
By Evan Fallor | Fairfield County Business Journal
When Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association President and CEO Theresa Santoro looks at her organization’s facilities on East Ridge Road, she sees growth.
A new U.S. study has shown nearly a quarter of Medicare prescription drug enrollees are not taking their blood pressure medications as directed. They either skip doses or stop taking the medication entirely, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other research indicates that up to 25% of new prescriptions for blood pressure medication are never filled in the first place, meaning that there are millions of people who would benefit from the medication but are not getting it. Managing blood pressure can greatly reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke....