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During this crisis we are still taking Referrals

We at Preceptor Home Health and Hospice have COVID-19 prevention best practice procedures in place so that you have peace of mind as you begin or continue service with us. We know you share our concerns about this issue and want to assure you that we are working diligently to ensure all patients and staff in our community can be as safe and healthy as possible.

Here are some steps we are taking:
– We are staying up-to-date and implementing CDC guidance, including CDC’s March 10 guidance relating to home health and hospice providers.
– We are following recommended infection control measures, including hand hygiene, environmental cleaning, and use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
– We are evaluating all patients and prospective patients for COVID-19 symptoms or risk before providing care
– We are screening, monitoring and tracking the health of our employees, including repeated screening for travel, symptoms, or potential exposure
– Where necessary, we are coordinating closely with state and local health departments

As a result of our efforts, while we share the community’s great concern about this pandemic, we feel confident in our ability to provide uninterrupted care in a way that will minimize exposure to others. We hope that you will use us as a resource to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Shelly Darmody RN BSN
Director of Clinical Services
Preceptor Home Health & Hospice

How can we help seniors make a successful transition back home?

The day a senior finally gets to return home after a hospital or rehabilitation stay is an exciting time in the recovery process. However, it is also a critical transition that requires advance planning and adequate care assistance once home to avoid readmission and ensure a successful recovery.

As family members, we do everything we can to set our loved ones on a path toward recovery. How can we ensure our loved one’s safety once they return home, and are there costs for these services? Preceptor Home Health can assist and prepare patients and their families for a successful transition home. Home health services are a benefit provided by Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans.

Home health care provides nursing, therapy and other specialized services in the privacy and comfort of your home. The goal is to help you continually improve, manage your illness, and keep you at home – where you most wish to be.

Your Preceptor home health partners include:

  • Our team of nurses who provide health assessments, patient and family education, IV therapy, enteral feedings, catheter or ostomy care, injections, medication management, nutrition teaching, and much more.
  • Our team of rehabilitation professionals helps bring out your best as you recover from illness or injury, or adapt to a chronic condition. Specialty programs include, but are not limited to, wound care, incontinence management and lymphedema treatment. We also have therapists who are certified in the Parkinson’s BIG and LOUD therapy programs.
  • Physical therapists help you improve strength, flexibility, balance, mobility and endurance.
  • Occupational therapists provide one-on-one assistance with daily living tasks and teach adaptations to make life at home a little easier.
  • Speech therapists help with swallowing, communication difficulties and problem-solving.
  • Our social workers will help guide you and your family members in making short- and long-term plans. They also help you connect with resources to meet your needs and goals.
  • Our home health aides provide extra help with personal care and assistance.

Who is eligible for Preceptor Home Health services? Medicare guidelines include individuals who:

  • have a physician’s order for home health services
  • have difficulty leaving their home
  • need skilled nursing services or physical, occupational or speech therapy

If you have questions about Preceptor Home Health services please call Jennifer Wooten at 262-257-9757 (email Jennifer.Wooten@preceptorhhh.com) or Shelly Darmody at 262-257-9804  (email Shelly.Darmody@preceptorhhh.com)