CRMC homecare professionals work with your doctor to provide high quality medical care in the comfort of your own home. Many health-related situations that can threaten
the quality of life and personal independence are preventable. Home health programs are designed to help patients preserve their quality of life by enjoying a healthier and more
independent lifestyle with a personalized and individualized plan of care.
Home health care treatment may include help with medication regimens, dressing changes, and therapy sessions in your home. In some cases, it could provide assistance with bathing or other activities of daily living. Each person’s needs are different so each plan of care is different.
Childress Regional Medical Center is licensed to provide home health care in the following counties: Childress, Collingsworth, Cottle, Dickens, Donley, Foard, Hall, Hardeman, King, Motley and Wheeler.
Hospice care provides benefits not possible in a traditional healthcare setting and focuses on the unique needs of each patient and their family. Nurses, social workers, chaplains and volunteers work together to address all facets of a terminal illness and hospice continues to help family and friends through the grief after a loved one dies.
Hospice care focuses on keeping the patient comfortable by controlling pain and other symptoms. Family members are given an opportunity to be involved in a meaningful way and are also provided a respite from caregiving when needed. CRMC Hospice care is available to residents of Childress, Cottle and Hall County.
Palliative care services are designed to help persons with a serious illness manage that illness and cope with the symptoms and effects of that illness. It involves a highly individualized treatment plan that considers a patient’s condition, habits and pattern of living.
Palliative care is designed to improve a patient’s quality of life as well as decrease trips to the emergency room and hospital admissions.For additional information about any of the home healthcare services offered by Childress Regional Medical Center, call that office at 940-937-2500.
For more information, contact Denise Lambert by e-mailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.