Home Health

The care and assistance you need in the comfort of your home

Gone are the days of needing to move to a long-term care or assisted living community just because you're recovering from surgery, an illness, or a new diagnosis. You may have friends and family helping out now. But they can feel overwhelmed by the new pressures and may have not been trained to provide you with the medical treatments you need for a safe and timely recovery.

Home Health may be the solution you need to stay in the comfort and security of your home for as long as possible, with a schedule that suits you. Home health provides a wide range of medical services available seven days a week for most individuals of all ages. Home health includes specialized services such as:

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

Physical therapists may help you gain ability while occupational therapists teach you to take care of your daily needs and maneuver throughout your home. Nurses can help you manage your medications and create achievable goals. Our caregivers are licensed and have extensive background checks.

All of our caregivers want to see you get back to what you were doing prior to this medical setback. We work with you and connect with your physicians and family throughout your home health journey. We are your partners in healing and well-being.

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The care and assistance you need in the comfort of your home

Home-based services include medical and non-medical options.

Your needs, or those of a family member, may require more than one of our home-based service offerings. Home-based services from the Good Samaritan Society vary by location but may include:

  • Home Care

    Sometimes referred to as "private duty care", home care from the Good Samaritan Society provides the assistance you or a loved one may need with daily routine activities not associated with medical care. This may include everything from light housework and preparing meals to running errands and companionship.

    Learn more about Home Care

  • Telehealth

    Telehealth is in-home technology so your caregiving team can better communicate and assist in your care from a remote location. Telehealth medical devices fulfill a range of functions from monitoring blood pressure and pulse to medication reminders and answering simple questions.

    Learn more about Telehealth

  • Hospice

    Hospice care focuses on the quality of life for people and their caregivers who are experiencing an advanced, life-limiting illness. This specialized care helps them live as fully and comfortably as possible in the last phases of an incurable disease or physical ailment.

    Learn more about Hospice

Home-based services include medical and non-medical options.

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