• We bring the hospital to your home
  • Assess your health, check your vitals, set up your medications, draw your insulin, ensure your home is safe from falls.
  • Tend your wounds from surgery, a fall, or bedsores.
  • Teach you about your recently diagnosed disease, new medications and how they interact with your other medications, and nutritional requirements.
  • If you have a new urostomy or colostomy they will teach you how to order your supplies and how to care for and keep sterile when changing the bags.
  • Watch for any changes in your health conditions and report them to your doctor.
  • Draw blood, collect urine, etc for lab testing.
  • IV therapy.
  • Answer your questions when you are learning or concerned about your health condition.

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Physical Therapists (PT)

  • Provide services to individuals to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability.
  • Provide services in circumstances where movement and function are threatened by aging, injury, disease or environmental factors. Functional movement is a central element in what it means to be healthy.
  • Develop and teach exercises to strengthen your muscles after a stroke, heart attack, hospital stay, or accident.
  • Train your muscles after a knee or hip replacement.

Occupational Therapists (OT)

  • Help get you back to being able to accomplish daily tasks or work tasks after an accident, stroke, heart attack, and other conditions.
  • Teach new ways of approaching tasks
  • Show you how to break down activities into achievable components, like sequencing a complex task such as cooking a complex meal
  • Comprehensive home and job site evaluations with adaptation recommendations.
  • Performance skills assessments and treatment.
  • Adaptive equipment recommendations and usage training.
  • Environmental adaptation including provision of equipment or designing adaptations to remove obstacles or make them manageable.
  • Guidance to family members and caregivers.

Speech Language Pathologists (Speech Therapists)

  • Assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent disorders related to speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, and fluency.

Social Workers

  • Evaluate a patient’s financial, social, and environmental needs.
  • They will assist with getting assistance and provision for food, medications and safe living environment


We have a relationship with Therapy Centers for Psychological Development to help our patients with depression due to loss of a loved one, loss of personal independence, or coping with a new disease.

Other Services

  • KCI VACS visit to learn more
  • LifeLink Telemonitoring and Medication Minders Find additional information on this cutting-edge service at
  • Anticoagulant Blood Testing Services such as PT/INR for those on Cumadin therapy
  • Xrays can be provided in your home.
  • EKGs done in your home with the reports sent directly to your physician.

Home Health Aides

  • Assist the patient with activities of daily living, like baths, meals, keeping living area free of trip risk
  • Help with range of motion exercises.