Nursing Care

Providing compassionate and comprehensive care right at home.

Our team of highly trained nursing professionals work compassionately with the patient and patient’s physician to create a comprehensive care plan to assist your loved one with daily tasks, recovering from surgery, or managing their pain.

Our registered nurses provide skilled nursing care right in the comfort of your loved ones home for a variety of treatments including:

  • After Surgery Care
  • Wound & Dressing Care
  • Fluid & Medication Infusion
  • Pain Management
  • Management of Diabetes & Insulin Therapy
  • Care for Chronic Illness & Injuries
  • Lymphedema Management

Areas we provide care

Our home health nurses are licensed in and can provide care in the following Wisconsin counties:*

  • Brown
  • Calumet
  • Dane
  • Dodge
  • Fond Du Lac
  • Green
  • Green Lake
  • Outagamie
  • Shawano
  • Waupaca
  • Waushara
  • Winnebago

* Our contract therapy nurses can provide assistance in any county across the state

Home Health and Therapy
Contract Therapy Only

Frequently Asked Questions

What services does a skilled nurse provide for home health?
Our nurses provide a number of skilled services including wound care, medication management, pain management, and infusion therapy.
What does a nursing visit typically look like?

When the nurse arrives they will typically take the patient’s vital signs and complete a quick assessment. All of the care they provide is under the patient’s care plan with their primary care physician (PCP.) It is the nurse’s responsibility to communicate any changes or updates to the PCP. The PCP and nurse will make recommendations if care needs to be changed or the care plan updated.

How long does a patient stay on nursing care?

It really varies for every patient. The goal of home health is for a patient to receive intermittent care for a period of time in order for them to meet their goals and continue as independently as possible. Our team will work with the patient and/or family member or friend to teach them how to properly provide care and manage their medical condition.