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Home Health

Find Peace at Home

Sometimes, home is the best place to be, especially when recovering from a surgery, illness or injury. Receiving treatments in the comfort of home allows you and your family to maintain a more normal lifestyle, enabling independence and control, while reducing the need for visits to the hospital or doctor’s office.

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Why PeaceHealth?


“I had the best of care from all the caregivers who helped me. Thank you for having such wonderful therapists and nurses!”
– anonymous PeaceHealth Home Health patient


Our Home Health services are built on the foundation of PeaceHealth’s decades of experience providing in-home services to patients in the Pacific Northwest. Rest assured, PeaceHealth has the know-how and proven ability to bring together the tools, resources, caregivers, and commitment necessary to deliver the highest-quality care to our patients.


Complete Coordinated Care

In addition to the monitoring, treatments and rehabilitation our home health clinicians routinely provide to address your complex condition or serious illness, additional layers of care and support can be conveniently coordinated within our own department:

  • PeaceHealth Palliative Care: relieves the symptoms and stress that commonly accompany serious illness, and empowers you to plan and have control of your care in the event you’re unable to make decisions for yourself due to your state of health.




  • Physical, Speech, and Occupational Therapy
  • Medical social work
  • Nursing
  • Medication management
  • Disease Management
  • Home safety evaluations
  • Wound care

Who can benefit from these services?

These services are a valuable option for patients who are homebound with a complex illness or condition that requires medically necessary care outside of a hospital or doctor’s office. Medicare defines homebound as having difficulty leaving home – requiring the help of another person or equipment such as crutches, walker or wheelchair) – or if your doctor believes your health will deteriorate as a result of leaving home.

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Our Home Health Locations

Map of Home Health and Hospice Locations in Washington




Map of Home Health and Hospice Locations in Oregon