Interim HealthCare of
St. Louis South

Personalized support, a holistic approach, and clinical excellence — all in the comfort of home.
1736 Westpark Center Dr, Suite 201, Fenton, MO, 63026

Services in St. Louis South

From short-term assistance after a hospital stay to long-term help with everyday tasks, and from highly specialized medical care to daily companionship, we’re here to help provide the individualized care your loved one needs to thrive.

What we offer

  • Home Healthcare
  • Medical Staffing
  • Care Management
  • 24/7 Care
  • Live-In Home Care Aide
  • Respite Care
  • Dementia Specialist
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About Us

For over 50 years, Interim HealthCare has been personalizing care to meet the unique health needs of our clients, patients, and partners. Our team's standard of care is centered around HomeLife Enrichment, our unique philosophy which focuses clinical excellence into highly individualized care plans. Because when care is personal, outcomes are optimal.
National Association of Home Care and Hospice
National Association of Home Care and Hospice
The Partnership for Quality Home Health
The Partnership for Quality Home Health
Staffing Industry Analysts
Staffing Industry Analysts
Entrepreneur Franchise 500
Better Business Bureau
Certified Senior Advisor

What Our Community is Saying

I've been a caregiver with Interim going on 4 years. It's very rewarding experience and I love and treat my clients like family. No regrets with this company. They are always there when I need them.
Terry P.
My caregiver exercised with me so I might be stronger. She helped me get from her doing most of the work to me being able to do somethings on my own again. Terry has been my lifeline.
Anna W.
Interim HealthCare has amazing caretakers. My grandmother is always so happy to receive a visit from her caretaker!
Michele D.
Excellent company to work with. They will never leave you without coverage. Their prices are fair, also. We highly recommend them.
Phillis S.
Interim is very prompt, responsive and professional to work with and has compassionate staff! Highly recommend!
Liz L.
I have been very pleased with the services received from Interim HealthCare. Not only are they very knowledgeable in what they do, they are also very caring and trustworthy. I feel at ease now that I know my father is being well taken care of by such great professionals in the comfort of his own home.
Teresa K.
Interim Healthcare is a great place to work. The team is caring, compassionate and supportive. Their focus on providing hands on quality services and overall client satisfaction can be seen across the company. Making a difference everyday, is our focus and I believe Interim delivers that each and every day to our clients and their families.
Sandra D.
I just want to applaud Brooke. She does a fantastic job with my mom. When she found out that my mom liked music she brought her keyboard and played for my mom! Also yesterday she texted me that my mom was communicating really well and remembering a lot from her past and asked me if there were pictures that she could pull out and talk to my mom about-this was so sweet

What’s Happening

Deanna Carpenter, Director of Operations
Jul. 8
As the summer season heats up, it's essential for caregiver professionals to take extra precautions to ensure the well-being and comfort of their clients. The elderly, in particular, are more vulnerable to the effects of heat and dehydration.  Here are some comprehensive summer tips to help you and your clients stay safe and enjoy a comfortable season.

1. Stay Hydrated: Hydration is key?  Ensure that both you and your clients drink plenty of water throughout the day. Dehydration can be a serious concern, especially for the elderly. Keep a water bottle handy and offer drinks regularly. Consider incorporating hydrating foods like watermelon, cucumber, and strawberries into meals and snacks.
2. Dress Appropriately: Encourage your clients to wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing to stay cool.  Don't forget comfortable, breathable footwear!
3. Sun Protection: Protect against harmful UV rays by applying sunscreen with at least SPF 30.  Make sure to cover all exposed skin, and reapply every two hours or after swimming or sweating. Wearing wide-brimmed hats and sunglasses can also help shield your skin and eyes from the sun. Whenever possible, seek shade during peak sun hours (10:00am-4:00pm)
4. Monitor Medications: Some medications can increase sensitivity to the sun and heat. Review your clients' medications and consult with their healthcare providers if necessary. Ensure medications are stored at appropriate temperatures to maintain their efficacy.
5. Plan Indoor Activities: On extremely hot days, keep your clients entertained with engaging indoor activities. Reading, puzzles, arts and crafts, and light exercises like chair yoga can be great alterntives to outdoor activities. This helps avoid the risk of heat-related illnesses while still keeping your clients active and stimulated.
6. Check the Weather: Stay informed about weather forecasts and be prepared for heatwaves. Use this information to plan your day and avoid scheduling outdoor activities during the hottest parts of the day. Having a flexible schedule can help you and your clients stay comfortable.
7. Use Fans and Air Conditioning: Ensure that living spaces are cool and well-ventilated. Use fans, air conditioning, or cooling devices to maintain a comfortable environment. If your clients don't have air conditioning, consider spending time in air-conditioned public places like malls, libraries, or community centers.
8. Watch for Signs of Heat-Related Illness: Be vigilant for symptoms of heat exhaustion or heat stroke, such as dizziness, nausea, headaches, and rapid heartbeat. If you or your client experience any of these symptoms, love to a cooler place, hydrate, and seek medical attention if neccessary. Early detection and response are crucial.
9. Encourage Healthy Snacks: Offer refreshing and hydrating snacks like fruits and vegetables with high water content. Options like watermelon, oranges, cucumbers, and grapes can help with hydration and provide essential nutrients. Avoid sugary drinks and snacks that can lead to dehydration.

Stay Cool, Stay Safe, and Enjoy the Summer!
Summer Heat Tips
Deanna Carpenter, Director of Operations
Jun. 18
We want to give a big shouout to an incredible hero, Nurse Dawn!

Recently, at a local school, Dawn displayed extraordinatory calm and quick thinking when a child began choking on food.  Dawn acted swiftly, performing the Heimlich maneuer to successfully dislodge the obstrction and clear the airway.

Dawn's quick thinking and expertise didn't stop there. She conducted a throough check of the child's vital signs to ensure their well-being and promptly contacted the child's parents to inform them of the incident.  To ensure the child's safety, she also called EMS for further evaluation.

We are so grateful for Dawn's heroic actions and her unwavering dedication to keeping others safe. Thank you, Nurse Dawn, for being a true hero.
Dawn-Marie Culbert Tembo
Clarice Moore, Care Coordinator
Jun. 12
Clarice Moore is a dedicated healthcare professional with a lifelong commitment to making a positive impact on others' lives. Beginning her journey as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Clarice has expanded her expertise in geriatrics and behavioral health, dedicating most of her career to these areas. 

Named after her father, Clarence, Clarice is also a proud mother of a 15-year-old daughter in high school and a 6-year-old son in the first grade. Her passion for healthcare stems from the fulfillment she finds in making a difference in someone's life every day.

Outside of work, Clarice enjoys spending quality time with her family and close friends. Her resilience, combined with her unwavering commitment to healthcare, defines Clarice Marie Moore both personally and professionally.
Tavida Baldwin, Healthcare Recruiter
Jun. 12
Tavida Baldwin was born and raised in the St. Louis metro area and is a true native to St. Louis. She started her healthcare journey over 30 years ago as a CNA and later advanced her education and earned a Bachelor degree in Healthcare Administration. She began her career working in long-term care and a variety of healthcare settings. 

Her current role consists of filling open positions for home care and medical staffing. By sourcing resumes of qualified candidates, she is eager to find healthcare professionals who can respectively care for our clients. She finds great joy in helping people, assisting our clients with resources and coaching our new employees. She is passionate about healthcare is always has a smile on her face.

Outside of work, Tavida enjoys shopping, reading, and spending time with her family and close friends. She looks forward to providing continued service to our clients as a part of the Interim HealthCare team.
Tracy Echenique, Client Care Manager
Jun. 12
Tracy Echenique, originally from Florida, is a dedicated professional with extensive experience in home care management and administration. She holds a Bachelor degree in Healthcare Administration from American InterContinental University-South Florida and a certification as a Dental Assistant from DATS, Fort Myers. Additionally, she is certified in CPR/BLS for Healthcare Providers by the AHA.

Tracy's expertise encompasses business development, compliance management, billing, payroll submissions, recruitment, and management of daily operations. She has consistently demonstrated her ability to drive growth and ensure quality service delivery.

Tracy is known for her exceptional customer service, problem-solving abilities, and creative thinking. She excels in building and maintaining relationships with clients, families, employees, and vendors, contributing to significant business development and client satisfaction.
Meet the Team
Jun. 4
Introducing the dedicated administrative team at Interim HealthCare in St. Louis! Our team is committed to ensuring seamless operations and excellent service for all your non-medical home care needs. Led by experienced professionals, our administrative staff works tirelessly behind the scenes to support our caregivers and enhance the overall experience for our clients. Get to know the faces that make it all happen, embodying the spirit of compassion, efficiency, and excellence. Together, we are here to make a positive impact on your journey with Interim HealthCare.

Crystal Barr, Owner/President
Jun. 4
Crystal was born and raised in Perryville, MO, a small-town south of St. Louis, MO. Upon graduating from high school, Crystal moved to St. Louis to further her education.  She graduated with an AAS degree in Occupational Therapy Assisting in 2007. She specialized in working with the senior population in skilled rehabilitation, home healthcare, and later moved into healthcare education. While working as an Occupational Therapy Practitioner, Crystal decided to further her education and earned a bachelor’s degree in healthcare management and a master’s degree in healthcare administration. As she continued to grow in her professional career, she wanted to do something more with the focus on healthcare and her love for seniors. In 2016, she decided to take a leap of faith and became owner of Interim HealthCare of St. Louis, MO, specializing in Personal Care and Support Services and Medical Staffing.

Crystal is passionate about motivating her team, providing additional education/training, and recruiting top-notch health care professionals. Her passion and vision continue to help support seniors to age in place in the comfort of their own home and providing quality healthcare professionals in our local community.

Outside of work, Crystal spends most of her time with family and friends. She is married with three children ranging from 5 to 20 years old. Her children keep her young and active with never a dull moment. She enjoys attending her kids’ sporting events and school activities. During soccer season, you will find her cheering from the sidelines. When asked to describe a perfect Friday night, her response was, “Definitely watching mindless reality tv, cozy with a blanket on the couch, and a big glass of wine, preferably a nice Rose”.
Proudly Serving the St. Louis South Area
Areas we provide care:
  • St. Louis MO
  • Kirkwood MO
  • Fenton MO
  • Parkdale MO
  • High Ridge MO
  • Arnold MO
  • Oakville MO
  • Lemay Ferry MO
  • Crestwood MO
  • Sunset Hills MO
  • Town and Country MO
  • Hillsboro MO
  • Imperial MO
  • Barnhart MO
  • Valley Park MO
  • University City MO
  • Webster Groves MO
  • Ladue MO
  • Clayton MO
  • Ballwin MO
  • Brentwood MO
  • Maplewood MO
  • Glendale MO
  • Olivette MO

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