Home Health

Bringing home health care to you

Home health can deliver a wide range of medical services to clients where they’re at, so they don’t have to extend their hospital stay or move to a rehab center. We help people recover faster and better in their own homes.

Home health includes specialized services such as:

  • Medication management
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Rehabilitation
  • Social work
  • Wound care

Our licensed caregivers are devoted to getting clients back to what they were doing before their medical setback. We’re their partners in healing and well-being.

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Bringing home health care to you

How we can help

With us, it starts with a conversation. We listen. We answer questions. And we work with you to determine the best options for keeping the person you care about at home longer.

You can’t always be there 24/7, and that’s OK. We can help.

Our clients work with a trained team to get the therapies and treatments they need. Our services are available any day of the week.

Quality of care is our highest priority. We provide the services our clients need to live fully. Whether this is an unplanned medical setback, a scheduled surgery or an ongoing illness, in-home services from the Good Samaritan Society can be a part of a successful, speedy recovery.

How we can help

Home-based services

The Good Samaritan Society offers a variety of home-based services, so you or a loved one can get the level of care you need. Our services vary by location but may include:

  • Home Care

    Home care covers non-medical services. Our caregivers meet you in your home and assist with daily activities, including light housekeeping, meal preparation, companionship and more.

    Learn more about home care.

  • Hospice

    Hospice care provides relief and peace to those with a life-limiting illness. Our team focuses on enhancing the quality of life of the people we serve and their families. We’re committed to helping people live as fully and comfortably as possible.

    Learn more about hospice.

  • Telehealth

    Telehealth refers to in-home medical technology. This technology lets our caregivers communicate with and assist you remotely. Telehealth devices include blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, medication management systems and video calls with a care provider.

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