“This service is one of the many benefits of being part of an integrated health system,” she said. “We have the ability to collaborate with our Sanford colleagues, which makes it possible to find innovative solutions to deliver health care in new and better ways,” said Rochelle Rindels, Good Samaritan Society vice president of nursing and clinical services.
“What we do, and what the providers do, is they bring the care to you. In the home, wherever the patient is at,” Clinic Director Ashley Hall said in a post on Sanford Health’s website. “We understand care is going to continuously change, and as a healthcare entity, we too need to change and make the necessary care delivery changes to meet patients’ needs.”
“Bringing the clinic to where our residents and patients live means they don’t have to travel to see a doctor, and it’s less disruptive in their day. They can receive medical treatment in the comfort of their own home,” Rindels said. “Families tell us they are grateful for the support and care their loved ones receive from the clinic providers.”