Epic Pediatric Therapy, part of the Epic Health Services family of companies, provides a variety of therapy services that often serve as a critical component in the plan of care for children with injuries, disabilities, or developmental delays. Our licensed, experienced therapists provide specialized services in three areas including speech, occupational, and physical therapy and also offer certain, specialized programs depending on the state.
We serve children across the states of Texas and Virginia. We’ll be in Arizona and Colorado very soon!
Epic Pediatric Therapy exists to provide children with highest quality pediatric therapy, both at home and in our facilities, delivered with compassion and extraordinary service. In doing so, we elevate the quality of life experienced by those we serve and create an environment where children obtain the best possible outcomes.
We consider it both a privilege and an honor when we are able to welcome a new patient into our Epic family. Our care is always delivered from a place of heartfelt compassion and empathy, and our clinical, customer service, and operations teams work together in unique synergy to deliver care that exceeds our patients’ expectations.
The Epic Health Services’ Care Continuum
The Epic Health Services family of companies provides pediatric skilled nursing, therapy, developmental services, and home medical solutions, including enteral nutrition, respiratory, specialty pharmacy, and medical supplies to medically fragile children across the United States. Additionally, a spectrum of adult home health care services are also offered, including skilled nursing, therapy, personal care, behavioral health nursing, and enteral nutrition and medical supplies.
By maintaining a focus on the highest quality care, extraordinary customer service, and compliance, Epic Health Services operates as the largest, comprehensive pediatric care continuum provider, helping patients navigate through all stages of life and health.
Epic Health Services, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race/ethnicity, color, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, or age in the administration of any of its employment or other agency-administered programs.