Divine Mercy Home Health remains committed to making sure home is a safe place for retirees and an optimal setting for skilled nursing and rehab. The novel COVID 19 virus is proving particularly serious for seniors and people with chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease. Fortunately, our clients in Oregon can rest assured that our home health staff is already well trained in infection control. Furthermore, we are currently reinforcing that training. We have also trained our staff to monitor their own health and to stay as safe as possible. If you need nursing or therapy in the coming months, remember the relative safety of receiving that care at home rather than in more group settings. Our safety techniques work to minimize the risk of infectious disease spread for our clients.
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
"Home." It's a powerful word, and for good reason. It's our base, our comfort, our security. In retirement, there are a few things that can threaten our ability to be at home when we would like: illnesses that sends us to the hospital or nursing home; a need for assistance with daily living, and more. Divine Mercy Home Health understands, and we're here to help.
At Divine Mercy Home Health, we have two fundamental philosophies. First, we believe that disabled and elderly individuals have innate worth, and deserve respect and high-quality care. Second, we believe that every person, regardless of age, race, gender, nationality, or disabilities, should be allowed to live to their full potential.
At Divine Mercy Home Health we send nurses, therapists, and aides to the homes of our clients across six different counties of Oregon: Washington, Columbia, Multnomah, Clackamas, Yamhill, and Marion. Our team makes the comfort of your home not only a realistic option, but a good choice. We make many of the services you receive in a hospital, nursing home, or assisted living facility available in the less costly environment of your own home.
If you or someone you care for could use medical care or personal assistance at home,
please contact us now to learn more.
Under the oversight of your trusted doctor, Divine Mercy Home Health sends nurses, therapists, and home health aides to the homes of patients. We extend the care of your doctor into your home to prevent necessary hospitalization, let patients go home from the hospital sooner, and better prepare patients and families to manage health conditions at home.
Divine Mercy Home Health can send private duty nurses and aides to the homes of clients for long-term or temporary service plans. Our personal care services help ensure a client's comfort, convenience, and health at home. These services focus on health daily living tasks such as medication management, homemaking, companionship, and more.