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Our Home Health & Hospice team -- and our volunteers -- offers professional and compassionate care in the home and in care centers.

Our Home Health & Hospice team — and our volunteers — offer professional and compassionate care in the home and in nursing homes and long-term-care centers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Home Health

Home health services allow you to receive professional health care in the comfort of your own home. Whether it’s follow-up care after a hospitalization, supportive care to enhance independence, or care to help manage a chronic disease, our team of skilled professionals is pleased to provide you with services in the comfort of your home.

As part of Orange City Area Health System our mission is to provide high quality, compassionate, holistic, and cost-effective home health care. We partner with you and your health care provider to design services to meet your individual needs.

467579853Our goal is to restore you to optimal health and help you achieve the highest level of independence in your home. We are committed to bringing home health care and supportive services to people of all ages.

Orange City Home Health offers nursing, aide and social work services, as well as physical, speech and occupational therapy. Other services include homemaker, respite, chore and Lifeline. A nurse is on-call twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, and we provide services within a 30-mile radius of Orange City.

If you would like more information about our home health services, please call our office at 712-737-5279.

Download our Home Health brochure here.

 

Hospice

Hospice is a concept of caring for a person in the last stages of life. It is not a place, but rather a comprehensive service available to meet the needs of the individual and their family. Hospice does not hasten the time of death, nor does it postpone death. Hospice helps people live each day with comfort and dignity, retaining their individuality and control over their lives. Through skilled care, counseling, support and education, hospice helps people seek the best possible quality of life.

Hospice care involves a physician directed, specially trained team approach to care because Orange City Home Health & Hospice recognizes that the diverse and sometimes urgent needs of the individual and family cannot be met by any one person. Under the physician’s direction, the hospice team specializes in pain and symptom management, emotional, and spiritual support. The team assists the patients and families to make the most of life.

Hospice is open to people of all ages who have a life-limiting or terminal illness, have the consent of their family physician, and who have decided to receive comfort care rather than curative care.

Hospice services can be provided in home environment, nursing home or hospital setting depending on the needs of the individual and family.

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Orange City Home Health & Hospice recognized as a We Honor Veterans partner. Learn more.

When decisions are difficult … when you need comfort and support – you are not alone. Hospice is here … 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Caregivers …. learn more about hospice and get the support you need by visiting the Caring Connections web site.

Winter Spring Newsletter

HOSPICE RESOURCE LIBRARY listing

To link to Hospice Care videos, click here

Contact Us

Orange City Home Health & Hospice is Medicare-certified. Reimbursement for services is provided by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance carriers. Home care services can also be covered by long term care insurance or paid for privately. A sliding fee scale is available.

Home Health & Hospice services are provided to all regardless of age, race, religion, sex, nationality, color, handicap or the ability to pay.

For more information on home health or hospice services, Orange City Home Health & Hospice is located at 400 Central Ave. NW. Our telephone number is 712.737.5279 or 1.800.808.6264 and our fax number is 712.737.5258.

Would you like to make a real difference in the lives of people nearing the end of life? Consider being a Hospice Volunteer. Call Kim Jansma, our Hospice Volunteer Coordinator, at 712.737.5279 or email her at jansmak@localhost.