Home care nurse with patient

Home Services Southern Oregon

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Home Services Southern Oregon

Providence is southern Oregon’s only provider of coordinated home health care. We can help you clarify your health care goals, explore options, and communicate with your doctor and your family. We even have an insurance specialist who can help you understand and navigate health insurance so you can get the most from your benefits.

Working under the direction of your doctor, our registered nurses, therapists and staff oversee your entire course of treatment. Home health services are provided in your home, whether that is a private residence, an assisted living community, an adult care home, or a residential or intermediate care facility.

Connections services are provided free of charge, thanks to support from Providence Community Health Foundation. To be eligible for services, a client must be diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and have a life expectancy of one year or less. Services are provided to people living at home or in any care facility.

Because you are a whole person, we strive to meet your physical, spiritual and social needs while adhering to your wishes and providing the highest quality care.

To request support, call one of our numbers listed below. A nurse care manager will talk with you and verify with your doctor which of our services is right for you.

Providence Home Health, Home Health Palliative Care or Hospice: 541-732-6500

Providence Connections: 541-732-6514

Providence Lifeline Medical Alert Service: 541-732-5054 or 800-242-1306 Ext. 4681

Providence Infusion and Home Medical Equipment: 541-732-5566

Home Health
  • Nursing care provided by registered nurses
  • Wound care and enterstomal therapy
  • Chronic disease management (respiratory, cardiac, diabetes)
  • Rehabilitation services (physical, occupational and speech therapies)
  • Medical social work
  • Nutritional therapy
Palliative Care
  • Management of symptoms and quality-of-life issues
  • Help communicating clearly with the family, doctor and care team
  • Help to clarify health care needs and goals as they change
  • Decision-making help; practical and emotional support; counseling
  • Access to community resources
  • Guidance by a hospice medical director
  • Regular visits from registered nurses
  • Medical social work
  • Personal hygiene assistance with scheduled visits from hospice aides
  • Home medical equipment and supplies
  • Rehabilitation services (physical, occupational and speech therapies)
  • Spiritual care
  • Family/caregiver support; bereavement counseling
  • Volunteer support services
Infusion Services
  • Antibiotics, antiviral and antifungal therapies
  • Hydration and IV anti-emetics
  • Enteral care; total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
  • Metabolic support
  • Pain management
  • Chemotherapy
  • Dobutamine therapy
  • Biotech/specialty drugs
  • Intramuscular and subcutaneous injections
  • Management of PICC lines and central lines
  • Synchromed pump management
  • Access to and coordination of community services and resources
  • Assistance with advanced care planning
  • Help navigating the health care system
  • Help with chores, meals and errands
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • Friendship and companionship
  • Respite for family members