Home Health and Hospice Services

Exceptional care for a healthier state of being.

Home Health and Hospice Providers

A continuum of in-home healthcare providers focused on ensuring exceptional care in order to maintain the patient/client in their home for as long as possible.

Home Health

To assist you in the next phase of your healing process, the Healthy Living Network provides the following services to address your medical and rehabilitative needs.

  • Licensed Nursing
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Medical Social Workers
  • Home Health Aides
  • Dietary Consultants


The Healthy Living Network hospice team of professionals hold dear the momentous significance of their role in caring for the individual with a life-limiting illness. Those professionals include:

  • Primary Care Physician
  • Hospice Medical Director
  • Registered and Licensed Nurses
  • Hospice Aides
  • Chaplain, Minister or Spiritual Advisors
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
  • Volunteer Coordinators and Volunteers
  • Bereavement Counselors

Your Home Health Care Team

Our Healthy Living Network can assist you in the next phase of your healing process by addressing your medical, social and rehabilitative needs.


Skilled Nursing

Licensed Nurses provide expert, accurate, and compassionate clinical care. Skilled Nursing services may include:

  • Assessment and monitoring of acute or chronic conditions such as heart or pulmonary disease
  • Medication management and education
  • Cardio-pulmonary care
  • Infusion services and intravenous antibiotics
  • Wound care
  • Management of a Wound VAC® with an ostomy nurse
  • Patient and family education on self-management skills
  • Behavioral health interventions
  • Diabetic management


Our rehabilitation specialists assist you and your family in returning to independence.

  • Physical Therapists address your mobility, balance, strength and range of motion skills
  • Occupational Therapists work with you on your activities of daily living in self care and home management, in addition to training using assistive devices
  • Speech Language Pathologists work on communication and swallowing problems

Medical Social Workers

Medical Social Workers work closely with you to develop a plan for your social, financial, and medical needs.

Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides lend a helping hand in daily activities, such as personal care and hygiene and other activities of daily living.

Dietary Consultants

Dietary Consultants are knowledgeable in a variety of clinical nutrition services designed to meet your nutritional and medical needs.

Your Hospice Team

The Healthy Living Network services those individuals with a life limiting illness. Their goal is to ensure they are supported in every way possible.


Primary Care Physician

The Primary Care Physician will work with you and your family to determine when it is time for hospice care.

Hospice Medical Directors (Physicians)

Our Hospice Medical Directors (Physicians) work with our team to oversee your care and assist with managing your pain and other medical symptoms.

Registered & Licensed Vocational Nurses

Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses will be your direct care clinicians who will visit you and make sure you are comfortable and without pain. They will also work to reduce any secondary medical symptoms.

Hospice Aide

A Hospice Aide is available to assist you with basic self-care tasks including dressing, bathing and personal hygiene.

Hospice Medical Directors (Physicians)

Our Hospice Medical Directors (Physicians) work with our team to oversee your care and assist with managing your pain and other medical symptoms.

Chaplain, Minister or Spiritual Advisors

Chaplain, Minister or Spiritual Advisors provide comfort and counseling for you and your family, in addition to, coordinating with clergy of your own faith for support.

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists are available to assist you with safety and managing your environment to make it more comfortable for you.

Volunteer Coordinator

Our Volunteer Coordinator and Volunteers assist patients and families with daily tasks and activities to reduce your burden and save you time. They can also help with appointments, shopping or just listening and spending time with you.

Bereavement Counselors

Bereavement Counselors are there for the families of the patient to ensure they receive emotional support both during and after the patient has passed away.

Consult with a Specialist Today

Speak with an experienced Healthy Living Network caregiver today to discuss you or your loved one’s needs.