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Home Health Care

Wheaton Franciscan Home Health brings professional health care services right to you, in the comfort of your own home.

Home Health

Why Choose Wheaton for Home Health?

Wheaton home health professionals provide outstanding care that's tailored to meet the individual needs of you and your family. You'll find:

  • 24/7 care by highly-skilled, compassionate medical experts
  • Care available for everyone from premature babies to older adults
  • Service available to individuals living in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Washington, Ozaukee and eastern Walworth counties.

How We Can Help You

With Wheaton Franciscan Home Health, you or a loved one will receive the highest level of care, including:

  • Nursing care
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Infusion Pharmacy
  • Personal care and homemaker services
  • Palliative care for the critically or chronically ill

Our home health services require a physician referral that we help you obtain. They are also covered by Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, HMO/managed care and private pay.

Our Home Health Team

Our dedicated team of home health professionals is comprised of register, licensed and certified nurses, therapists, social workers and home health aides.

More Information

To learn more about our home health services, call 1-800-304-7837 or the following locations:

  • Milwaukee & Waukesha: 414-874-6100
  • Racine: 262-884-2980

Contact Home Health

Milwaukee: 414-874-6100
Waukesha: 414-874-6100
Racine: 262-884-2980

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