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Our Health Care Team -

The security of caregivers who live and work in your local community.
Nurses provide skilled care ordered by your doctor. They can teach you about medications, change dressings, draw blood, do IV treatment, diabetic management, tube feedings, bowel and bladder management, and catheter care.
Home care aides assist with personal care and activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming and walking.
Physical therapists help you improve coordination and physical movement.
Occupational therapists teach easier ways to do daily tasks like dressing, buttering bread, or doing your favorite hobby.
Speech therapists help to improve speaking, writing, reading and thinking.
Registered dietitian provides nutrition plans and advice on making foods appealing.
* Social workers help resolve a variety of problems that can come up when someone needs care at home.

Financial concerns
Financial concerns should be the least of your worries. We will be happy to check with your insurance company about your coverage. When ordered by your physician, coverage for home care may be available from private insurance, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, CHAMPUS, and workers compensation plans.
When can home care be scheduled?
Regular scheduled visits are based on patient need and convenience. A registered nurse is also on call 24 hours a day.
How can I find out if my situation qualifies for home care?
Simply call one of our offices listed below, or ask your physician and request UP Health System Home Care and Hospice.
906-789-1305 or 1-800-644-1305 - (U.P.) Only
906-228-4325 or 1-800-644-3962 - (U.P.) Only
906-863-7877 or1-800-600-7877 - (U.P.) Only
All Location - TTD Number 906-226-4240