Home Health Services | In-Home Medical Care | Lincoln, Nebraska Region
At Interim HealthCare of Lincoln, NE, we know that today, there are a wide range of health services that can be provided in the home.
Whether in need of Nursing, Infusion Therapy, Wound Care or other home health services, our clients can remain in the comfort of their home while they are recovering from a hospital stay or if they just need some additional assistance to recover from an injury. Home health services in Nebraska are typically less expensive and more convenient than receiving care in a hospital or nursing facility.
According to national surveys, most people say they would choose home healthcare if they needed additional help.
Through our trained health care professionals, Interim HealthCare provides a variety of home health services in and around Lincoln. We'll work directly with you, your family and often a team of other health care professionals to make sure your needs are met.
Trusted by physicians across the country as a highly respected leader of home care services, we bring peace of mind to family members who don’t always live in the community. They know their loved one is being taken care of and looked after by our competent, home care staff.
To request information about home health services in the Lincoln area, or to schedule a no obligation in-home care evaluation, call our office at (402) 421-7920, or simply fill out the form on this page and we will contact you soon.
If you or a loved one is recovering from an illness or injury, expert in-home nursing care may be necessary. The team of highly trained therapists and nurses at Interim Healthcare of Lincoln offer a range of private duty nursing services.
Home based physical, occupational and speech therapy allows clients who live in the Greater Lincoln, Nebraska Region to develop independence with daily activities in a convenient and comfortable setting, allowing families to be closely involved in the rehabilitation process.
Home Infusion Therapy involves the administration of drugs and other medicines by either intravenous (IV) routes into the bloodstream or a tube inserted in the patient's stomach or intestine.
This unique home program provides individualized care, for patients with wounds, ostomies, incontinence and complex skin problems.
At Interim HealthCare, we know what to look for when it comes to whether a loved one can remain safe and independent in their own home. This simple and free quiz can help guide you when making that important decision.
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