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Home Health

Home health care helps you get better, regain your independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible.

Palliative Care

An interdisciplinary consult service which focuses on providing care for patients with serious illness. Services can be provided at the same time as curative/life-prolonging/palliative care if desired.


Hospice care helps you maintain comfort, dignity and quality of life while you are no longer seeking curative treatment.

Home Health patients receive:

  • Short-term nursing, rehabilitative and therapeutic services.

Care is provided by:

  • Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants
  • Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • Home Health Aides
  • Medical Social Workers

24 Hour Clinical Support

Palliative patients receive

  • Symptom management consultation, and support from the Social Worker for aspects as they approach end of life and are choosing between curative and comfort measures.

Care is provided by:

  • Medical Director
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Social Worker

Care is provided by:

  • Medical Director
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses
  • CNA’s
  • Social Workers
  • Chaplains and Counselors
  • Trained Volunteers
  • Other disciplines as needed while working with the patient’s physician

24 Hour Clinical Support

Home Health - Team Diagram


Care Team

Palliative - Team Diagram
Hospice - Team Diagram

A focus on treating an illness or injury

  • Strengthening and ambulation
  • joint replacement therapy and rehab
  • Wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound
  • Patient and caregiver education
  • Intravenous or nutrition therapy
  • Injections
  • Monitoring serious illness and unstable health status

A focus on

  • Disease education and assistance with choosing treatment options
  • Pain and other symptom management
  • Assistance & support in coping with the stressors of living with a life-limiting-illness
  • Managing pain and symptoms
  • Supports the patient and family with emotional and psychosocial and spiritual aspects as they approach end of life and are choosing between curative and comfort measures

A focus on

      • Managing patients pain and symptoms
      • Supporting the patient and family with emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of dying
      • Providing medication, medical supplies and equipment
      • Education/Supporting family in caring for their loved one
      • Help with respite stays or short term inpatient stays
      • Providing bereavement and counseling to surviving family and friends
Care can take place by itself or while on palliative care.
Care can take place while on Home Health services or while seeking aggressive treatment.
Care takes place when the patient is no longer seeking curative care.