Home Health, Hospice, and Personal Care Services | Greenville, SC & the Upstate
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We offer a wide variety of home care ranging from skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and other licensed health care services, to respite, to non-medical care and support, which helps with the every day tasks that let people continue living at home where they are most comfortable. We also provide staff to independent living facilities throughout the upstate.
Additionally we provide hospice care in the home that can make your loved one as comfortable as possible and provide support to the family, allowing you to concentrate on spending quality time together.
Click any of the links below or the contact us button above to learn more, or give us a call at
Personal Care (866) 841-0445 | Home Health (800) 439-4590 | Hospice (800) 758-4966
It's often little things that jeopardize your safety and independence at home: Difficulty fixing meals leading to poor nutrition, difficulty bathing and grooming that reduces dignity, and isolation that contributes to depression. Interim HealthCare's personal care services can help.
Whether in need of Skilled Nursing, Infusion Therapy, Wound Care, Physical Therapy, Quality Home Health Services or other in-home services, our clients can remain in the comfort of their home while they are recovering from a hospital stay or injury. Home Health Services are available in Greenville County, Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Pickens, Easley, Anderson and Oconee, Union, and Laurens Counties.
Hospice is about care when you approach the end-of-life, but it’s not about giving up. Interim HealthCare Hospice focuses on making the most of this time, making it special to you and to your loved ones. We do this by making you comfortable – free of pain and the symptoms of your condition – and enriching your life through these times.
There are more than 133 million Americans who have at least one chronic condition such as diabetes, heart failure, coronary artery or pulmonary disease. It is our goal to help people in the Upstate, who have a chronic disease, to improve their quality of life.
At Interim HealthCare, technology plays an important role in staying safely at home. Technology helps you learn how your condition is affected by medications and your behaviors. Our healthcare team installs a vital sign monitor to help you better manage your disease.