What We Do
Your Partner in Recovery
Loyola Medicine Home Care delivers compassionate, personalized care in the comfort of your own home. Home healthcare is often the best solution for patients as they recover from an injury or illness. We will work closely with your physician and provide care to prevent the need for hospitalization. Home healthcare also can serve as a bridge between your recent hospitalization and a return to daily activities.
Loyola Medicine Home Care delivers quality home healthcare seven days a week and provides 24-hour, on-call access for clinical intervention and admissions. To ensure excellence, all aspects of patient care are managed by the primary nurse or therapist assigned to each patient. Biweekly care conferences involve the entire healthcare team. Loyola Medicine Home Care, which is certified by Medicare and licensed by the Illinois Department of Public Health, consistently meets or exceeds national benchmarks for quality care.
What We Provide
Advanced Healthcare at Home
After an illness or injury, home is often the most ideal place to recover. Loyola Medicine Home Care provides a wide variety of high-quality home healthcare services, which can help patients transition from hospital to home and back to their normal activities. With our clinically integrated staff of certified home health aides, registered nurses, therapists and social workers, Loyola Medicine Home Care provides a wide range of home care services, including:
Supported by Home Medical Equipment and Pharmacy Infusion
Home Medical Equipment
Loyola’s home medical equipment program partners with local providers to supply equipment necessary to support care at home, including:
Assisted daily living (ADL) aides Assistive devices
CPAP machines (continuous positive airway pressure) Enteral nutrition Hospital beds Oxygen Wheelchairs
Home Infusion Pharmacy Program
For home care patients, the home infusion pharmacy program provides access to many medical therapies in the comfort of one’s own home, including:
- Antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal medications
- Chemotherapy treatments
- Fluids for hydration Immunosuppressive medications
- Medications for blood disorders
- Medications for cancer patients
- Medications for cardiovascular conditions
- Pain management therapy
- Steroids for various conditions
- Total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
How to Reach Us
Here When You Need Us
Our office is located on the Gottlieb Memorial Hospital campus, 701 W. North Avenue, in Melrose Park.
For more information, please call us at 708-216-1322.
Physicians interested in making a referral may call 708-216-4665.