At Pendleton Community Care, Inc., our home visit team is here for you when you are unable to come to one of the health centers.


Location and Hours

If you or a loved one is unable to travel to our health center, whether due to transportation issues, surgeries, or general health, the Home Visit Program team would love to become part of your medical team. Please contact the care manager at (304) 358-2355 to set up a visit today.

Monday-Friday 8:00AM – 4:30PM

After Hours, Call: 304-358-2355
To be connected to the On-Call Provider, Press 7. Please leave a detailed message with your name, a phone number where you can be reached, the patient’s name and date of birth and the on-call provider will return your call.


Services and Providers

The Home Visit Program treated their first patient on February 4, 2015. The team is comprised of a nurse practitioner and a care manager who travel to people’s homes and conduct medical visits.

  • In-Home medical visits
  • Immunizations
  • Flu Shots

The Home Visit team conduct the same services you would see in an in-clinic visit: monitor vital signs, perform quality management measures, perform blood draws, conduct diabetic foot exams, and do head-to-toe assessments. They see patients with chronic illness as well as people who are acutely sick. They conduct appointments Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm.

  • Sharon Deel, Nurse Practitioner – Family Medicine
  • Whitney Hedrick, Care Manager

The team services the greater Pendleton Community Care service area – which consists of Pendleton, Randolph, and Grant County in West Virginia and Highland County in Virginia.

To qualify for the Home Visit program, a patient must have a chronic disease process (for example Diabetes, Hypertension, or Congestive Heart Failure). However, these are not the only diseases that would warrant you a visit. Another qualifying measure is that you must be “home bound” or have limited access to your medical doctor. This means that you can’t drive, don’t have a car, have limitations visually, and have a chronic disease that would cause you undue harm to make the trip to the clinic. Again, these are only examples and do not exclude a patient if you don’t have these limitations. The other qualifying parameter is that at this time any and all patients in the Home Visit patient base MUST be patients of Pendleton Community Care and already be established with one of the providers there. If you would like to take advantage of the Home Visit Program at Pendleton Community Care and do not already see a doctor, please call and set up an initial visit with a PCC provider.

Now offering

Self Scheduling


Click the link below to schedule your COVID, pneumococcal and/or flu vaccination appointment.


Click below to schedule your Mammogram appointment.