Here are the answers to commonly asked questions about Nizhoni Health and our services. If your question is not answered here, please let us know. We’ll get back to you with an answer as soon as we can.
We believe that language should never be a barrier to receiving the best care at home. Because we serve a diverse population, we employ clinicians and nurses who are fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian/Creole, and 23 other languages. In addition, our language line service enables any language to be translated from patient to nurse. Languages include:
Nizhoni is a traditional Navajo word, which means “The Beauty Way.” “The Beauty Way” is a state of being where everything is in balance with all of life. At Nizhoni, we believe a healthy person is someone who is able to live in balance within themselves and in harmony within their environment. Illness is the manifestation of a life out of balance and harmony. Our goal at Nizhoni Health is to restore the balance within our patients through quality health care at home.
Our Man in the Maze logo is a traditional Native American symbol that represents a person’s journey through life. The journey through the maze is one from darkness to light, in which the right choices lead to a point of harmony and balance.
We welcome referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—and can usually have care in place within a few hours. During business hours, our Intake Representatives can be reached at 800.915.3211. If you are calling after business hours, please ask the receptionist to connect you with the Clinician on-call.
We are headquartered in Massachusetts and are licensed to provide in-home care to patients throughout the state.