Get a recovery Boost in North & East Austin

April Lewton, RN, Owner/Operator

Coral Nash, RN, Director of Nursing

Phone: (512) 539-0704
Fax:
(512) 904-3187

Address:
1502 West Ave., Suite B
Austin, TX 78701

License number: 021915


Boost Home Healthcare is bringing our unique, nurse-inspired care right to your area and the comfort of your home. We are a team of healers, community builders, educators and clinicians. Our experience has taught us that our people are our greatest asset. We recruit for the right values, provide specialized training, and retain our talent by supporting them in their work and home life. We care for our people so they are able to focus on what matters, their patients.

Home Healthcare Services in Austin

Boost Home Healthcare Austin is a female founded, privately owned, and locally operated home healthcare company headquartered in Austin, Texas. Our staff has decades of clinical experience and we are specialized in:

  • Dementia and Alzheimer’s
  • Disease management (congestive heart failure, diabetes, COPD, etc)
  • Geriatric care and medication management
  • Wound care and ostomy 
  • Post-op management and orthopedic care
  • IV infusion therapy
  • Catheter care
  • Experts in physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy 

April Lewton, RN – Chief Caring Officer – You will find April in the office helping things run smoothly or providing care to patients. She brings with her years of hospital experience and is OBSESSED with Seniors and helping them thrive. 

Coral Nash, RN- Director of Nursing- You will find Coral managing our clinical arm to provide the best Home Healthcare experience we can offer to our patients and their loved ones. She brings with her years of Home Healthcare experience and also loves hands-on patient care. 

We are currently accepting Medicare Original.

*Services may vary by state and license

Cities we offer services in:

  • Austin
  • Travis County

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