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To our clients:  Interim HealthCare is honored to continue providing care for you.  Your health is extremely important to us.  To reduce infectious risk to both you and the caregiver coming into your home we are requesting that you limit/restrict visitors into your home during this time.  Please call the office if you have a fever of 100.0 or higher, have a cough, or are having difficulty breathing.  It is important that we all work together to reduce unprotected exposure to COVID-19. 
 
To our employees:  We are proud of the quality clinicians and caregivers wearing the Interim HealthCare badge.  Your continued health and ability to continue your work and care for people is very important to us.  We are asking that patients and clients limit/restrict visitors into their homes to reduce the risk of exposure.  As caregivers to a population at risk, please use caution and discernment in your interactions as well.  It will take all of us together to reduce risk and continue providing the great care our patients and clients have come to expect from all of you.  Please monitor your temperature daily and call your supervisor if you have a fever of 100.0 or greater, a cough, or difficulty breathing before coming to work or seeing patients.  We can stop unprotected exposure to COVID-19 with all of us working together.
 

                                                               COVID – 19 Success Story

Interim HealthCare wanted to share a story that tells of courage and success all in one.
               
                On March 18, 2020, while working her shift as part of our Staffing CNA team, an employee of Interim HealthCare in Colorado was feeling poorly – fatigue was creating a curious thought of what was happening during her shift.  After exercising the day before (which is a daily routine) our employee thought the fatigued feeling was related to her exercise regimen, and passed it off as normal exhaustion.  Prior to taking report for her shift on March 18th, she took her temperature and it registered at 98.6°.  At 1:30 pm the same day she took her temp again, and it registered 101.1º, leading her to contact facility's Staff Development Coordinator to report her symptoms. She was then given instructions
 to head home and seek medical advice. The following day, her primary care physician emailed her the prescription to get tested for COVID-19 at a local testing center. A few days
later, the results - ‘positive’ of COVID-19 - were delivered to her.  Under the medical direction of the Health Department and in accordance with CDC rules, isolation
began for her and her husband.

              
                For the next 18 days, she was out of work taking necessary precautions and following guidelines under direction from the Health Department and her physician. She researched the expected symptoms and precautionary measures to take. While out recovering our CNA received support from Interim HealthCare’s Staffing coordinator and friend who checked on her daily as well as the Health Department which she was offered care needs, (physical and psychological). She was grateful to be shown that her care and wellbeing were being considered from both!  Her symptoms ranged from elevated flu-like feelings to severe ‘prickly pain’ and skin soreness. She assisted her recovery by taking only Tylenol and making sure she ate at least 1 meal a day despite her lack of appetite and inability to taste. Around the 13th day of isolation and self-care, she was beginning to feel better.  

               
                After the required days of isolation and treatment, she returned to work at Interim HealthCare Staffing department and resumed her duties.  She took it upon herself to return to work at the facility where she contracted COVID -19 because she felt a sense of duty to the staff and residents she knew so well.  She credits her superior health and identifying the virus early as having helped her fight off its effects, and to also get the correct treatment. She could have chosen to be afraid and avoid the presumed source of the virus, but rather went right back in to care for those at the same facility. She will continue to provide quality care and help us understand that not everything related to COVID-19 is negative!  



                  We are very proud to call her an Interim HealthCare warrior!   We are open for business and if interested in joining our team – please contact your local Interim HealthCare office we have offices in Fort Collins, Greeley, Boulder, Englewood, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Tucson AZ.

In Home Care in Tucson

As your parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles age, you and your family members may be responsible for making decisions about their care. Most seniors prefer to age in place rather than go to a nursing home or assisted living facility. At Interim HealthCare of Tucson, we are here to help make those decisions easier with our in home care services in Tucson, AZ.

Types of In Home Care in Tucson

Our location offers the following types of in home care:

  • Personal care and support. This program provides assistance and support with everyday tasks, like bathing, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and running errands.
  • Home care. This is the medical side of our in home care. We offer a variety of home health services (which include: Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Worker, Speech Therapy, and Home Health Aide) that can allow your loved one to remain at home. This is a great option for seniors who are recovering from a hospital stay or dealing with new medications or mobility issues.

There are many benefits to receiving care and support in the home. For seniors, it is often a source of comfort and familiarity. Housing changes and big life changes can be hard on elderly people, so allowing them to remain at home can keep them calm and keep their spirits up.

In home care will also make life more convenient for you. As a family member or family caregiver, you may often be responsible for transporting your loved one to the physician's office for treatments and check-ups. Many of these services can be provided by our nurses in the home, which will reduce your frequent transportation.

At Interim HealthCare of Tucson, we want your loved one to receive care and support on their terms. We work closely with them, you, and a team of health care professionals to ensure the proper care is given. We have a caring staff of nurses and caregivers who are here to serve your family.

Get Started with Interim HealthCare of Tucson

To get started with our in personal care and support services, call and schedule your no-obligation, in-home evaluation today. We will meet with you and your loved one to get a sense of their unique needs. Then, we will begin formulating their customized care plan.

We are immensely proud to have served the greater Tucson area since 1971. For over 40 years, we have watched the community age, meaning we know exactly how to serve our neighbors. If you are located in the area, we would love to be your source for senior care.

For more information about our in home care in Tucson, call us today at (520) 747-1800.

 

Leroy E. Dettman Founder’s Award
Interim HealthCare of the Colorado Front Range and Tucson, Arizona recently received the Leroy E. Dettman Founder’s Award, which recognizes the person or group who best personifies the entrepreneurial spirit with the dedication, discipline and the direction necessary to consistently achieve profitable growth and expansion from year-to-year.

 

 
What our Community is Saying...
I want to express my appreciation and gratitude for your help with my Mom. She has grown very close to a couple of your care givers. Everyone is prompt and considerate of her needs. It’s comforting to know I have people who I can count on.
- Sylvia R.

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