Contributions to this fund benefit CNS Home Health and Hospice, HomeCare Physicians, the Palliative Medicine Program and The Institute to Advance Home-Centered Care. These organizations work to promote compassionate, comprehensive, physician-directed medical care to homebound, chronically ill and terminal patients. In particular, fundraising is currently ongoing for:
HomeCare Physicians — Since 1997, HomeCare Physicians have visited more than 80,000 homebound individuals to help them manage a wide range of illnesses and injuries. As a result, they are seeing a drastic reduction in hospitalizations and even visits to the emergency room. On average, HCP can make 12 house calls for the expense of one ER visit. This $6 million campaign will help HCP reach more patients with upgraded mobile diagnostic and treatment technology.
For more information, download our HomeCare Physicians flier.
CNS Home Health and Hospice — One of the largest full-service home health agencies in the western suburbs, CNS Home Health & Hospice has been committed to compassionate care and clinical excellence since 1958. CNS offers a full range of care that’s essential to patient rehabilitation, recovery and comfort, including therapy, skilled nursing, cardiac care and hospice. An in-home team is dedicated to patient comfort and wellness.
For more information, visit the Home Care and Hospice page.
Palliative Medicine Program — Palliative caregivers bring relief to patients suffering from the symptoms of serious illness. This campaign will help fund programs such as music therapy, companionship, massage therapy, and arts and enrichment. This fund will also expand palliative services to patients receiving treatment at the Cadence Cancer Center at Delnor Hospital.
For more information, download our Palliative Medicine Program flier.
The Institute to Advance Home-Centered Care — This organization is dedicated to promoting physician, nurse practitioner and physician assistant home care medicine and supportive services delivered in a homebound person’s residence to cost-effectively enable aging in place. Efforts include educating healthcare providers, accountable care organizations, legislators, medical schools and family members of those needing in-home care about the value and cost savings associated with home-centered care.
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