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At-Home Health

Beloit Health System announces a new partnership. Effective July 1st, Commonheart Home Health will become our preferred partner for Home Health referrals, replacing our current "At Home Health" operations. This partnership will continue to ensure high-quality care for our patients. Commonheart Home Health can be reached at (844) 206-4930.

Skilled Care Within the Comfort of Your Home

As a service of Beloit Health System, At-Home Healthcare provides quality home health services in the comfort of your home. For the sixth consecutive year, At-Home Healthcare has been awarded the Patient Satisfaction Award of Distinction by WellSky, formally known as Fazzi & Associates. Based on a comparative analysis of agencies involved in WellSky’s Home Health CAHPS system for the past year, the results for the Overall Satisfaction or Likelihood of Recommending survey questions place Beloit Health System’s AtHome Health in the top 25% of WellSky’s National Home Health CAHPS database.

To qualify for home health services you must have a medical need for intermittent, skilled care from a Registered Nurse or Physical Therapist. We are a Joint Commission Accredited, Medicare/Medicaid certified agency. At-Home Healthcare territory covers Rock, Green, and Walworth counties in Wisconsin and Winnebago and Boone counties in Illinois.

At-Home Healthcare services include but are not limited to:

  • Dressing Changes to wounds
  • IV Therapy and lab studies
  • Patient and family (caregiver) education about your health, diagnosis, medications, etc.
  • We help people who:
    • Have just returned home from the hospital or nursing home
    • Have an illness, chronic disease or are recovering from an accident or surgery
    • Are in need of physical, occupational, or speech therapy
    • Require special medical equipment at home and need education on its use

Skilled Nursing

Registered nurses work with your physician to create a plan of care for you at home to help in your recovery. The nurse teaches you, or your caregiver, how to give the care you need, such as managing your colostomy or Foley catheter, changing your dressings, or giving IV therapy and other medications or treatments. A nurse is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Therapy Services

Physical, Occupational, and/or Speech therapy may be ordered by your physician to improve your ability to function safely in your home. An Occupational or Physical therapist teaches you exercises to help you gain strength and balance as well as improve your mobility. Your physician may order Speech therapy if you have trouble speaking and/or swallowing, caused by stroke or other nervous system process.

Social Work

Sometimes patients have trouble managing the stress of a chronic illness or a life-changing medical event. A social worker can meet with you and your family/caregiver to help you connect to community resources, including financial support to help you manage at home.

If the need arises that you just cannot stay in your home, a social worker can help you find a living arrangement where you can feel safe and comfortable and receive excellent support and care.

Home Health Aides

A certified nursing assistant (CNA) provides help with grooming, bathing, and dressing. The home health aide may also help you work on improving your ability to move as directed by the Registered Nurse or Therapist.

Payment for Home Care

Your services from At-Home Healthcare may be covered by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance or personal payments. Insurance coverage varies according to your situations, and we can help you learn what your insurance covers.

Home Health Compare

Medicare provides a Home Health Compare website where you can compare the quality and care of home care agencies in your area. Click on the following link:
Simply check by putting in your zip code.

If you have any questions please call 608.363.5885. We look forward to serving you!

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