• Quality Care Close To Home!

    CAMM Care LLC

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  • About Us:

    Patriot Homecare is a locally owned and operated home health care agency that was established in 2014. We are licensed and insured in the state of Tennessee. We started our journey as a Personal Support Service Agency and were recently granted our licensure as a Home Health Agency. The owners are available daily in the office to ensure patient satisfaction.


    Patriot Homecare is a service provider for the Department of Energy's EEOIC program. Under this program current or former workers who have been diagnosed with cancer, beryllium disease, asbestosis, or silicosis whose illness was caused by exposure to radiation, beryllium, or silica while working directly for DOE, DOE contractors, or subcontractors, a designated AWE or beryllium vendor may qualify for in home care at NO COST to YOU from Patriot Homecare. We also are a provider for Veteran's Affairs, Private pay, long term care policies, Medicaid, and Medicare.


    If you are interested in learning more please feel free to call our office at (865)234-7007!

    Our Mission:

    To be committed to providing compassionate, quality focused care customized around your specific needs while coordinating and communicating with family and physicians.

  • Our Work

    Our Company works with a wide variety of patients diagnosed with multiple conditions/disease and who have varying needs. Our staff is specifically trained for every patient and on their specific conditions and illnesses.

    What We Offer:

    Our dedicated Staff Members readily deliver: 


    • Skilled Nursing care provided by Registered Nurses & Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN's) 
    • Homemaker services provided by Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA's), Home Health Aides (HHA's), & Personal Care Attendants (PCA's)
    • Case Management by a Registered Nurse (RN) 

    A thorough pre-employment background check, elderly abuse screenings, sex offender registry check, and pre-employment drug screens are all performed on each employee. Staff also receive a client-specific orientation before the employee is ever sent to your home. Weekly staff supervision is also provided.

    We Can Assist With:

    • Medication Administration
    • Wound Care
    • Personal Care
    • Errands
    • Housekeeping
    • Homemaker services
    • In-home safety concerns
    • Medical appointments
    • Medical Equipment and Supplies
    • Nutritional Meal Preparation
    • Education specific to your condition or disease
    • And more!

    We involve you, your physician and family when we make you care plan so that you are in charge of what is done in your home!

    Do YOU have this card?

    If you do you may qualify for homecare at no cost to you! A family member or spouse can be trained to provide non-skilled services in your home up to 12 hours per day if you qualify. You may also qualify for skilled nursing care, durable medical equipment, and much more!


    We can also assist you with filing claims and submitting claimant reimbursement forms at NO cost to you!

  • Meet Our Team

    2019 Patriot Homecare Staff:

    Caleb & Megan Mullins


    Jerry Williams

    Chief Operating Officer

    Lisa Hill, RN


    Cheryl Jeffers, RN

    Director of Clinical Services/Clinical Nursing Liaison

    Lisa Hill, RN

    QA/PI Coordinator

    Charity Swint

    Billing Coordinator

    Latisha Roberts

    Scheduling Coordinator

    Summer Jones

    Administrative Assistant

    Join Our TEAM!

    We hire :

    • RNs
    • LPNs
    • CNA/HHAs
    • Personal Care Attendants
    • Caregivers/homemakers

    Competitive pay and flexible schedules available! Night shift and day shift positions available! Health insurance, dental, and vision benefits are available.

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    800 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Ste C-260
    Oak Ridge, TN 37830
    Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
  • Resources

    1. Ever wonder what Department of Labor is being charged for your care or do you concerns they are being over charged? The link below allows you to login in with your information and see exactly what bills are in process and have been paid.
    2. You have the FREEDOM to choose any provider! Department of labor does not endorse any agency! You can search online in the link below for Providers so that you know what options are available to you. Patriot Homecare is listed under our legal entity name CAMM Care LLC. If your agency is not listed here they are not a provider with Department of Labor's Energy program.
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    HARRIMAN, TN 377482115Home Health Agency (865) 234-7007
    3. Individuals, Professional Support Service Agencies, and/or anyone other than a Home Health Agency can NOT provide skilled nursing care. This is illegal in our state. Please do not allow individuals who are not properly licensed to provide you with these services and potentially harm your benefits. Below is a link so that you may check to see if your agency is licensed in our state. Patriot Homecare can be found when searching Campbell County as this is where our principal office is located but we serve several counties.
    Patriot Homecare
    149 Hospital Lane
    Jellico, TN 37762
    Attn: Megan Mullins

    Certified Counties
    Anderson, Campbell, Claiborne, Hancock, Knox, Loudon, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Union
    Administrator: Megan Mullins
    Owner Information:
    CAMM Care, LLC
    514 Devonia Street
    Harriman, TN 37748
    Facility License Number: 00000016
    Status: Licensed
    Date of Last Survey: 02/22/2018
    Accreditation Expires: 01/27/2021
    Date of Original Licensure: 08/10/1984
    Date of Expiration: 05/12/2019
    No Disciplinary Actions
    HARRIMAN, TN 377482115Home Health Agency (865) 234-7007

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  • Notice of Privacy Practices

    for Protected Health Information (PHI)



    Our agency is required by law to maintain the privacy of protected health information, to provide you adequate notice of your rights and our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to protected health information and to notify affected individuals following a breach of unsecured protected health information. [45 CFR § 164.520] We will use or disclose protected health information in a manner that is consistent with this notice.


    The agency maintains a record (paper/electronic file) of the information we receive and collect about you and of the care we provide to you. This record includes physicians' orders, assessments, medication lists, clinical progress notes and billing information.


    As required by law, the agency maintains policies and procedures about our work practices, including how we coordinate care and services provided to our patients. These policies and procedures include how we create, receive, access, transmit, maintain and protect the confidentiality of all health information in our workforce and with contracted business associates and/or subcontractors; security of the agency building and electronic files; and how we educate staff on privacy of patient information.


    As our patient, information about you must be used and disclosed to other parties for purposes of treatment, payment and health care operations. Examples of information that must be disclosed:

    Treatment: Providing, coordinating or managing health care and related services, consultation between health care providers relating to a patient or referral of a patient for health care from one provider to another. For example, we meet on a regular basis to discuss how to coordinate care for patients and to schedule visits.

    Payment: Billing and collecting for services provided, determining plan eligibility and coverage, utilization review (UR), precertification, medical necessity review. For example, occasionally the insurance company requests a copy of the medical record be sent to them for a coverage review prior to paying the bill.

    Health Care Operations: General agency administrative and business functions, quality assurance/improvement activities; medical review; auditing functions; developing clinical guidelines; determining the competence or qualifications of health care professionals; evaluating agency performance; conducting training programs with students or new employees; licensing, survey, certification, accreditation and credentialing activities; internal auditing; and certain fundraising activities and with your authorization, marketing activities. For example, our agency periodically holds clinical record review meetings where the consulting professional of our record review committee will audit clinical records for meeting professional standards and utilization review.



    The following uses and disclosures do not require your consent, and include, but are not limited to, a release of information contained in financial records and/or medical records, including information concerning communicable diseases such as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), drug/alcohol abuse, psychiatric diagnosis and treatment records and/or laboratory test results, medical history, treatment progress and/or any other related information as permitted by state law to:

    1. Your insurance company, self-funded or third-party health plan, Medicare, Medicaid or any other person or entity that may be responsible for paying or processing for payment any portion of your bill for services;
    2. Any person or entity affiliated with or representing us for purposes of administration, billing and quality and risk management;
    3. Any hospital, nursing home or other health care facility to which you may be admitted;
    4. Any assisted living or personal care facility of which you are a resident;
    5. Any physician providing you care;
    6. Licensing and accrediting bodies, including the information contained in the OASIS Data Set to the state agency acting as a representative of the Medicare/Medicaid program;
    7. Contact you to raise funds for the Agency; you will be given the right to opt out of receiving such communications;
    8. Any business associate or institutionally related foundation for the purpose of raising funds for the agency (information may include: demographics - name, address, contact information, age, gender, date of birth; dates of health care provided; department of services; treating physician; outcome information; and health insurance status). You will be given the right to opt out;
    9. Refill reminders for drugs, biologicals and/or drug delivery systems that have already been prescribed to you;
    10. Marketing communications promoting health products, services and information if the communication is made face to face with you or the only financial gain consists of a promotional gift of nominal value provided by the agency; and
    11. Other health care providers to initiate treatment.


    We are permitted to use or disclose information about you without consent or authorization in the following circumstances:

    1. In emergency treatment situations, if we attempt to obtain consent as soon as practicable after treatment;
    2. Where substantial barriers to communicating with you exist and we determine that the consent is clearly inferred from the circumstances;
    3. Where we are required by law to provide treatment and we are unable to obtain consent;
    4. Where the use or disclosure of medical information about you is required by federal, state or local law;
    5. To provide information to state or federal public health authorities, as required by law to: prevent or control disease, injury or disability; report births and deaths; report child abuse or neglect; report reactions to medications or problems with products; notify persons of recalls of products they may be using; notify a person who may have been exposed to a disease or may be at risk for contracting or spreading a disease or condition; and notify the appropriate government authority if we believe a patient has been the victim of abuse, neglect or domestic violence (if you agree or when required or authorized by law);
    6. Health care oversight activities such as audits, investigations, inspections and licensure by a government health oversight agency as authorized by law to monitor the health care system, government programs and compliance with civil rights laws;
    7. To business associates regulated under HIPAA that work on our behalf under a contract that requires appropriate safeguards of protected health information;
    8. Certain judicial administrative proceedings in response to a court or administrative order, a subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process by someone else involved in the dispute, but only if efforts have been made to tell you about the request or to obtain an order from the Court protecting the information requested;
    9. Certain law enforcement purposes such as helping to determine whether a crime has occurred, to alert law enforcement to a crime on our premises or of your death if we suspect it resulted from criminal conduct, identify or locate a suspect, fugitive, material witness or missing person, or to comply with a court order or subpoena and other law enforcement purposes;
    10. To coroners, medical examiners and funeral directors, in certain circumstances, for example, to identify a deceased person, determine the cause of death or to assist in carrying out their duties;
    11. For cadaveric organ, eye or tissue donation purposes to communicate to organizations involved in procuring, banking or transplanting organs and tissues (e.g., if you are an organ donor);
    12. For certain research purposes under very select circumstances. We may use your health information for research. Before we disclose any of your health information for such research purposes, the project will be subject to an extensive approval process. We will usually request your written authorization before granting access to your individually identifiable health information;
    13. To avert a serious threat to health and safety: To prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the health or safety of a particular person or the general public, such as when a person admits to participation in a violent crime or serious harm to a victim or is an escaped convict. Any disclosure, however, would only be to someone able to help prevent the threat;
    14. For specialized government functions, including military and veterans' activities, national security and intelligence activities, protective services for the President, foreign heads of state and others, medical suitability determinations, correctional institution and custodial situations; and
    15. For Workers' Compensation purposes: Workers' compensation or similar programs provide benefits for work-related injuries or illness.


    We are permitted to use or disclose protected health information about you provided you are informed in advance and given the opportunity to individually agree to, prohibit, opt out or restrict the disclosure in the following circumstances:

    1. Use of a directory (includes name, location, condition described in general terms) of individuals served by our Agency;
    2. Share information to a public or private entity authorized by law or by its charter to assist in disaster relief efforts for purposes of notifying your family, personal representatives or certain others of your location or general condition;
    3. Provide proof of immunization to a school that is required by state or other law to have such proof with agreement to disclosure by parent, guardian or other person acting in loco parentis if record is of an unemancipated minor; and
    4. Provide a family member, relative, friend or other identified person, prior to, or after your death, the information relevant to such person's involvement in your care or payment for care; to notify a family member, relative, friend or other identified person of your location, general condition or death.


    Other uses and disclosures not covered in this notice will be made only with your authorization. Authorization may be revoked, in writing, at any time, except in limited situations for the following disclosures:

    1. Marketing of products or services or treatment alternatives that may be of benefit to you when we receive direct payment from a third party for making such communications;
    2. Psychotherapy notes under most circumstances, if applicable; and
    3. Any sale of protected health information resulting in financial gain by the agency unless an exception is met. 


    YOUR RIGHTS - You have the right, subject to certain conditions, to:

    • Request restrictions on uses and disclosures of your protected health information for treatment, payment or health care operations. However, we are not required to agree to any requested restriction. Restrictions to which we agree will be documented. Agreements for further restrictions may, however, be terminated under applicable circumstances (e.g., emergency treatment).

    We must agree to your request to restrict disclosure of protected health information about you to a health plan if: 1) the disclosure is for the purpose of carrying out payment or health care operations and is not otherwise required by law; and 2) the protected health information pertains solely to a health care item or service for which you or someone on your behalf paid the covered entity in full. (164.522 Rights to request privacy protection for protected health information).

    • Confidential communication of protected health information. We will arrange for you to receive protected health information by reasonable alternative means or at alternative locations. Your request must be in writing. We do not require an explanation for the request as a condition of providing communications on a confidential basis and will attempt to honor reasonable requests for confidential communications.

    If you request your protected health information to be transmitted directly to another person designated by you, your written request must be signed and clearly identify the designated person and where the copy of protected health information is to be sent.

    • Inspect and obtain copies of protected health information that is maintained in a designated record set, except for psychotherapy notes, information compiled in·. reasonable anticipation of, or for use in, a civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding, or protected health information that may not be disclosed under the Clinical Laboratory Improvements Amendments of 1988 [42 USC§ 263a and 45 CFR § 493 (a)(2)].

    If the requested protected health information is maintained electronically and you request an electronic copy, we will provide access in an electronic format you request, if readily producible, or if not, in a readable electronic form and format mutually agreed upon.

    If we deny access to protected health information, you will receive a timely, written denial in plain language that explains the basis for the denial, your review rights and an explanation of how to exercise those rights. If we do not maintain the medical record, we will tell you where to request the protected health information.


    • Request to amend protected health information for as long as the protected health information is maintained in the designated record set. A request to amend your record must be in writing and must include a reason to support the requested amendment. We will act on your request within sixty (60) days of receipt of the request. We may extend the time for such action by up to 30 days, if we provide you with a written explanation of the reasons for the delay and the date by which we will complete action on the request.

    We may deny the request for amendment if the information contained in the record was not created by us, unless you provide a reasonable basis for believing the originator of the information is no longer available to act on the requested amendment; is not part of the designated medical record set; would not be available for inspection under applicable laws and regulations; or the record is accurate and complete. If we deny your request for amendment, you will receive a timely, written denial in plain language that explains the basis for the denial, your rights to submit a statement disagreeing with the denial and an explanation of how to submit that statement.

    • Receive an accounting of disclosures of protected health information made by our Agency for up to six (6) years prior to the date on which the accounting is requested for any reason other than for treatment, payment or health operations and other applicable exceptions. The written accounting includes the date of each disclosure, the name/address (if known) of the entity or person who received the protected health information, a brief description of the information disclosed and a brief statement of the purpose of the disclosure or a copy of the written request for disclosure. We will provide the accountings within 60 days of receipt of a written request. However, we may extend the time period for providing the accounting by 30 days if we provide you with a written statement of the reasons for the delay and the date by which you will receive the information: We will provide the first accounting you request during any 12-month period without charge. Subsequent accounting requests may be subject to a reasonable cost-based fee.
    • Receive notification of any breach in the acquisition, access, use or disclosure of unsecured protected health information by the agency, its business associates and/or subcontractors.
    • Obtain a paper copy of this notice, even if you had agreed to receive this notice electronically, from us upon request.

    EFFECTIVE DATE - This notice is effective December 20, 2018. We are required to abide by the terms of the notice currently in effect, but we reserve the right to change these terms as necessary for all protected health information that we maintain. If we change the terms of this notice (while you are receiving service), we will promptly revise and distribute a revised notice to you as soon as practicable by mail, email (if you have agreed to electronic notice), hand delivery or by posting on our website.


    If you require further information about matters covered by this notice, please contact: Administrator, 800 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Ste C-260, Oak Ridge, TN 37830; Phone: (865) 234-7007.

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