Home Health Care

A home health nurse taking care of a patient.

Stay in the comfort of your home while receiving care to maintain or improve your health. Expect a personal touch from Faith Regional Health Services in Madison County, Nebraska, and within a 35 mile radius of Norfolk, Nebraska.


Is Home Health Care Right for Me?

You or a loved one may benefit from home health care if:

  • You live independently but need help taking care of your health
  • You’re unable to leave home or have difficulty with leaving
  • You’ve recently had a hospital stay, surgery or a change in your health.

Skilled Nursing Care

Rely on the experience of our nursing team for:

  • Catheter and ostomy care
  • Diabetes management
  • Feeding tube care
  • Infusion therapy
  • Lab services
  • Medication management and education
  • Pain control
  • Patient and family education
  • Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) care and management
  • Physical evaluations, updates on your health and communication with your primary care provider
  • PleurX™ chest tube care and management
  • Wound care

At-Home Therapy

An occupational therapist teaching a home health patient daily living skills.Partner with a team of in-home therapists who can help you reach your rehabilitation goals and keep you safe. Depending on your health or medical condition, you may benefit from:

  • Occupational therapy – Teaches skills of daily living and provides adaptive tools to help you improve or keep your independence
  • Physical therapy – Improves your strength, mobility, and endurance with exercise
  • Speech therapy – Provides care for health conditions that affect your communication and swallowing abilities

Social Work Services

Count on our social workers to help you live comfortably at home. Your social worker can connect you with:

  • Community resources
  • Counseling and support
  • Financial assistance programs

Home Health Aides

Enjoy compassionate support from our home health aides who can assist with:

  • Daily living activities like dressing, bathing, and personal care
  • Exercise and fall prevention
  • Light housekeeping

Comfort Care

Control pain and manage symptoms with:

  • Palliative care – Helps you and your family feel more comfortable and supported as you receive medical treatment
  • Hospice services – Care for patients who are in the last months of life and who are no longer seeking treatment to cure their illness

Paying for Home Care

Ask your insurance provider about your plan’s coverage of home health care. Faith Regional Health Services accepts:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Private insurance
  • Veterans Benefits
  • Private Pay

Contact Us

You'll need a doctor's referral for home health services. To learn more, call (402) 644-7453 or talk to your primary care provider.


After Hours & Weekend Assistance

If you need after-hours or weekend assistance, call (402) 371-4880 and ask for the home health nurse on call. 


Communication Assistance

If you need a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) or translation services, call (402) 371-4880.