Hospice House

Individualized care provided around the clock

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Hospice

Hospice care with a special touch where ever you reside  

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Home Care

Quality medical care in the comfort of your home

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Palliative Care/Chronic Disease

Learn more about our palliative care and chronic disease management program
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Prairie Home Community Care is now Medicare certified!

Consider Prairie Home Community Care to help with:

  • Transition home after an illness, injury or surgery and have not reached your former health or ability
  • Seeking to shorten a hospital or nursing home stay
  • Aftercare Services for Surgical Patients
  • Cardiac/Pulmonary Care
  • Medication Management
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Ostomy Care
  • Catheter Care
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring 
  • Diabetic Teaching and Care
  • Monitoring of a health condition being treated at home
  • Strategies and training for managing a new disability at home
  • Assistance with minimizing fall risks
  • Wound Care Management
  • Injections
  • IV Therapy
  • Training for medical equipment, therapeutic diet or medications
  • Performing personal cares, (bathing, grooming, etc.)
  • Preparing meals and feeding
  • In-Home Salon & Spa services
  • Training on Mobility assistance and transfers
  • Transportation assistance 
  • Housekeeping services
  • Education about Advanced Directives
  • Community and Financial Resource Assistance
  • Volunteer services/assistance available 
  • Emotional Support available from experienced Social Workers
  • Assistance with set-up and monitoring of Telehealth 
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Respiratory Therapy

Contact Us

408 E. Main St. Suite 8
Marshall MN, 56258
507-337-0080 Office 
507-337-0081 Fax

Did you know?

If you have a serious illness, click the link for some tips on talking with your doctor: Ask Your Doctor

 

For the 2016 Annual Report, please click the link: 2016 Annual Report

 

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"A hospice home  provides continuity of care by hospice staff and family members in a quiet and peaceful place, thus enhancing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of hospice patients and family members." 
-Sister Helen Janssen

"When dying at home is no longer an option, what could be more loving than a "home" providing 24 hour compassionate care." 
- Barb Moore, Social Worker

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