Home Care Provider Registration
What are home care providers? Home care providers who register under the Health Council are agencies and individuals caring for persons in their homes.
Registration is for home care providers (caregivers) and agencies providing care to someone in their own home, not other care settings. In order to receive claim reimbursement from one of the government payers all providers MUST have active, approved status with the Bermuda Health Council.
Care agencies and home care providers must have an up-to-date registration and approval from the Home Care Team at the Bermuda Health Council.
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Types of Caregiving Providers
There are three categories of caregiving providers:
Caregivers filing for reimbursement for clients under FutureCare must be registered with the Bermuda Health Council.
How to register
Licensed Long Term Care Facilities
Local residential care homes for adults must be registered by the Bermuda Health Council. To enquire about opening a new care home or day care facility, please email LTC@bhec.bm and access the guides and legislation below to learn more. For optimal user experience, we suggest using Microsoft Edge when downloading documents from our website.
Form & Documents
COVID-19 Regulation and Guidance
Long Term Resources
This page provides resources that can assist families, home care providers (caregivers), and care facilities. For quick access to caregiver information and care facility application details, visit our home care page here.
Family Caregiver Resources
End of Life Care
The Conversation Project – provides starter kits to help have the conversation about end of life care and what is important to you. There are a range of kits including: