Hamilton County Public Health

Providing Home Care in Webster City, IA and Surrounding Areas.

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About Hamilton County Public Health

Caregivers who are in charge of an elderly loved one sometimes need a break. Home care is the best choice for many families. Hamilton County Public Health home care caregivers and nurses go directly to senior's homes in Webster City to give living assistance and skilled care. Our services allow seniors and disabled individuals to live independently in their own residence.

Senior Home Care Benefits

It isn't hard to believe that seniors are more comfortable in the privacy of their own home. Aging and homebound individuals can keep their independence with home health care, keeping a sense of security and dignity.

While staying in their own home is an obvious benefit for the elderly, Hamilton County Public Health home care has more benefits.

  • Convenience, Comfort, Safety
  • Family Caregivers Get A Break
  • Lower Cost Than Nursing Home
  • Individual Care
  • Full Service
  • Companionship
  • Staying Independent

Home Care Services Offered at Hamilton County Public Health

Our services are not only designed to help an elderly person’s physical needs, but improve their total well-being. The goal of every caregiver and nurse at Hamilton County Public Healthis to give each client hope and direction. How much we lift up the spirits of families and their loved ones is how we measure success.

Hamilton County Public Health offers a diverse selection of helpful in-home care options. We provide Grooming and hygiene, Dressing, Tube feeding, Personal care, Prescription administration, Help with ADL's, Companion care, Alzheimer's care, 81 hour care, Respite care, Grocery Shopping, Caring for wounds, Catastrophic care, Catheter care, and many more - call for all services available..

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Caregivers & Staff at Hamilton County Public Health

It takes a special kind of caregiver to be able to work for Hamilton County Public Health. There are many people who apply do not meet our standards. Only a few are accepted. The steps to join our team is not easy, but the results speak for themselves. Potential caregivers must pass a thorough background screening that exceeds Iowa requirements.

Webster City Home Care Pricing

The cost of senior home health care depends on several factors. Each elderly adult has specific needs. Caregiver or nurse, weekly hours, and the cost of the supplies affect in-home care pricing.

Complete the form above or call us at (800) 755-1458 for a custom in-home estimate.

If you’re interested in senior home care in Webster City, just give us a call us for an in-home care assessment today.

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Home Care Service Details

Grooming and hygiene, Dressing, Tube feeding, Personal care, Prescription administration, Help with ADL's, Companion care, Alzheimer's care, 81 hour care, Respite care, Grocery Shopping, Caring for wounds, Catastrophic care, Catheter care, and many more - call for all services available.
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  • Confirm with community manager that living and services required for you or your loved one's unique needs and budget are met.
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If there is any information that is inaccurate or needs to be updated, please contact Assisted Living Center.

Assisted Living Center uses the term "assisted living" or "personal care" to inform users that a community provides assistance with some Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). It may not meet your state's legal definition required for that level of care.