Home Health Care

Home Heath Care provides medical treatment for an illness or injury, with the goal of helping you recover, regain your independence and become as self-sufficient as possible. The advantages of home health care are:

  • Allows you to receive health care in your home environment
  • Can speed the recovery and rehabilitation of both acute and chronic health problems
  • Can assist in the prevention of disease and disability
  • Provides instructions and support to both you and your family


Prior hospitalization or stay in an extended care home is not necessary. To qualify for PMH Home Health Care you:

  • Must be under care of a referring physician
  • Must have a medical need for the skilled services of a nurse or therapist, but that care is intermittent

Skilled Nursing

Nursing services are provided by registered nurses under the direction of a physician and may include, but are not limited to:

  • Physical assessment & report to physician
  • Instruction regarding diet
  • Instruction regarding self-care
  • Instruction regarding understanding of disease/illness
  • Medication instructions
  • Pain management
  • IV Care/Supervision
  • Wound care/Wound VAC
  • Ostomy care
  • Catheter care
  • Diabetic teaching/instruction
  • Blood draws for lab tests
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Enteral/tube feeding

Home Health Aides:

  • Assist with daily hygiene
  • Assist with daily exercises as prescribed by the physician and/or therapist
  • Help with skin care
  • Assist you with nutritional needs as assigned by an RN or physician


  • Physical
  • Speech
  • Occupational

PMH Home Health Care serves Pulaski, Starke, Fulton, Cass, Marshall, White and Jasper counties.

For more information call 574-946-2100 or 800-659-7644.