Learn About Our Professional Home Health Services

Preceptor provides high quality Home Health through individualized, compassionate service. Our Home Health services are available throughout many areas of Wisconsin and beyond.

You're In Good Hands

At Preceptor Home Health & Hospice, we have a team of professionals who are passionately committed to providing adults and seniors with short-term skilled nursing, rehabilitative, and therapeutic services.

At the heart of Home Health, you will find a deep appreciation and understanding of the unique needs of our patients. We believe strongly in the dignity and value of the human soul. All of our services focus on quality care and quality of life. Home health is covered 100% by Medicare.

At Preceptor Home Health & Hospice, we have a team of professionals who are passionately committed to providing adults and seniors with short-term skilled nursing, rehabilitative, and therapeutic services.

At the heart of Home Health, you will find a deep appreciation and understanding of the unique needs of our patients. We believe strongly in the dignity and value of the human soul. All of our services focus on quality care and quality of life. Home health is covered 100% by Medicare.

Where Do We Offer Home Health?

We offer exceptional Home Health services throughout many areas of Wisconsin. If we cover your county, reach out to us! Let’s see how we can improve yours or your family member’s quality of life.

We provide Home Health services in all of our service areas including the counties of Brown, Calumet, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Kenosha, Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Outagamie, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, Waukesha, and Winnebago.

A Personalized Plan That Works For You

Each person who works for Preceptor Home Health & Hospice provides important and necessary skills that help promote your well-being. Our team of quality nurses, aides, therapists, and allied healthcare professionals, all serve a vital role on our team. As we work together with your physician, our strategy is to develop a plan of care that will maximize your independence and quality of life. Each plan is unique and each patient’s success is measured and celebrated.

Teamwork Means Success

We also know it takes a team to be successful. Each member of the team shares responsibility and contributes to the treatment plan to assure the highest quality of services are delivered with compassion and respect.

Your Physician

Oversees your treatments and the members of your unique care team.

Our Team

Our nurses, therapists, and aides help to implement treatments and collaborate to meet your goals of recovery.

The Patient

Collaborators and supports for health management and recovery goals.

Family & Caregivers

Collaborators and supports for health management and recovery goals.

When Is It Time For Home Health Care?

Unfortunately, most seniors find themselves struggling with various activities throughout the day. Here are a few signs that you or a loved one may be in need of home health services from Preceptor.

Physician Has Directed Care Needed By A Licensed Clinician

Homebound Or Unable To Go To A Clinic To Receive Care

Planning On Receiving Knee Or Hip Surgery

Require Medication Management

Have A Wound That Requires Clinical Maintenance

Have Diabetes And Need Education And Supervision

A Pain, Injury, Or Disability That Makes It Hard To Do Your Job, Household Chores Or Other Daily Activities

Have A Speech Disorder From Childhood Or Caused By Injury, Such As Stroke Or Brain Injury

A Pain Or Injury That Is Inhibiting Your Ability To Move And Exercise Normally

You Need Nurse Administered Care Or Therapies, Such As Ostomy Care, Catheter Care, Infusion Therapy, Or IVIG Therapy.

Learn About Additional Services We Offer

Looking for something different? Learn more about our other life-changing services.

Hospice Care

Hospice Care

Hospice care, when administered at the optimal juncture, offers patients the invaluable gift of time. It affords them the opportunity to come to terms with their diagnosis, relish moments of nostalgia, bid their farewells, and put their affairs in order.

Palliative Care

Palliative Care

Palliative care is specialized medical care that focuses on providing relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness, regardless of the diagnosis or stage of the disease.

Home Health care refer to a wide range of medical and non-medical services provided at a patient’s home to help them recover from an illness, surgery, or manage chronic conditions.

Typically, individuals who are homebound, under the care of a physician, and in need of intermittent skilled nursing or therapy services might qualify.

Home Health focuses on recovery and rehabilitation, while Hospice is for individuals nearing the end of life and focuses on comfort.

Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, and out-of-pocket payments are common sources of funding for Home Health. Coverage depends on the insurance policy and the nature of the care needed.

This can include skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, medical social services, and Home Health aide services.

The frequency of visits depends on the patient’s needs and the care plan established by their physician.

The duration varies based on the patient’s health needs and progress. It can be short-term (following surgery) or long-term for chronic conditions.

In most cases, a physician’s referral is required to start receiving Home Health services.

Care is usually overseen by a registered nurse or therapist in collaboration with the patient’s physician.

Yes, patients typically have the right to choose their Home Health care agency, but it’s essential to ensure they meet all regulatory and licensing requirements.

Reputable home health care providers follow strict protocols to ensure patient safety, including background checks of their staff and continuous training.

Agencies can be evaluated based on accreditation, state licensing, Medicare certification, patient reviews, and outcome and assessment data.

Yes, Home Health providers are required to maintain the confidentiality of patient information, adhering to HIPAA regulations.

Yes, many Home Health agencies offer training for family members to assist with certain aspects of the patient’s care.

If a patient’s needs surpass what Home Health can offer, the provider will usually coordinate with other healthcare services or facilities to ensure continued care.

Frequently Asked Questions: Home Health

What is Home Health? How is Home Health different from Hospice? Find the answers to your questions here.

Reach Out To Us

Preceptor Main Offices

W175 N11117 Stonewood Dr, Suite 100, Germantown, WI 53022

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