Home Health

Our Home Health program allows people to receive skilled care at home rather than in a hospital or other in- patient facility. 

We serve clients in six counties with skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and aide services. A physician order is required to access these services.

Home Health is Medicare/Medicaid certified and accepts most private insurances.

Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses provide individualized plans of care to fit the client’s needs which may include:
  • Skilled assessment, observation and management of all body systems
  • Education and instruction of medical diagnosis, conditions and medications
  • Traditional wound care as well as state of the art techniques involving wound vacs and low level laser phototherapy lights
  • Diabetic instruction and care
  • Phlebotomy (draw blood specimens for lab test)
  • Administration of IV therapy including antibiotics
  • Insertion and care of PICC lines
  • Medication set-up and management for Medicaid clients

Nurses’ Aides provide:

  • Monitoring of the client’s vital signs
  • Personal care services such as bathing, shampooing, and hygiene needs
  • Simple therapy exercises at the instruction of the RN or PT

Occupational Therapists provide:

  • Provide evaluation and implementation of assistive devices to encourage energy conservation.  
  • Assist the client in developing strategies and techniques to more effectively complete activities of daily living.

Physical Therapists:

  • Provide gait training,
  • Range of motion exercises,
  • Strengthening for upper and lower extremities,
  • Post CVA/MI rehabilitation,
  • Wound assessment and treatment,
  • Low level laser phototherapy lights for wound healing and musculoskeletal surgeries/injuries. 
  • Individualized rehab programs are developed for each client.

Home Health has received the HomeCare Elite Top Agency award which ranks us in the top 25% of homecare agencies in the nation.


As of December 1st, 2018, the PCP program is no longer accepting referrals.

Most questions about the PCP program closure are addressed below. Please contact our office at (719) 589-6639 if you have any further questions. If your questions are related to Ravenswood Nursing, please call (719) 589-2727.

PCP Transition Frequently Asked Questions