You may be considering Home Care for a variety of reasons.
We have learned, and research supports, that besides the physical healing and recovery, patients recover better at home. They are more motivated and focused to be independent and stay at home.
Banner Home Care services focus on treatment and healing, as well as safety and convenience – all in the comfort of your own home.
We work with your doctor and other health care providers, as well as your caretakers at home, to ensure you have the equipment, skills and confidence you need to continue your recovery.
Banner Lifeline provides immediate assistance in an emergency by connecting you to an on-call Response Team member. This service uses an existing phone line (land line only) and a personal activator. It is available to Northern Colorado patients through McKee Medical Center.
Call (970) 820-3066 in Loveland, or (970) 810-4743 in Greeley. Some financial assistance is available.
A diabetes diagnosis, or complications from unmanaged diabetes, can be life-changing. It often involves new medications, changes in your daily living and physical abilities and changes in the way you eat.
Diabetes educators can provide you with the skills and knowledge to successfully manage your type of diabetes, your medications and your physical condition.
Our programs are recognized by the American Diabetes Association.
Banner Home Medical Equipment is committed to providing quality health care products, equipment and services to you and your family.
Medical equipment for the home is offered for sale or rent.
We also offer repair services for medical equipment.
Please call us for a list of services available in your area.
In Arizona, call:
(480) 657-1600 or (800) 293-6989
In Colorado, call:
(970) 810-6420 or (800) 752-4074
Banner Home Medical Equipment accepts Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance.
Many times, patients need infusion medications for many weeks at a time, but they don’t need to be in the hospital.
Home infusion therapy is provided by a team of trained infusion nurses, pharmacists and other health care professionals.
Your doctor places the prescription order for your infusion therapy with our infusion pharmacy. The infusion pharmacy then prepares and arranges for the delivery of these medications directly to your home. Our skilled nursing team will then come to your home to teach you and administer these medications as needed.
Please contact us for specific services available in your area.*
In Arizona, call:
East Valley - (480) 657-1000 or (800) 293-6989
West Valley - (480) 657-1400
In Colorado, call:
A new diagnosis or chronic illness may require a new way of eating. Clinical dietitians can perform a number of services for patients.
Comprehensive evaluation of diet for carbohydrate, fat, protein, vitamins and minerals.
If interested in a comprehensive evaluation by a dietitian, inform your Banner Home Care case manager. They will get an order from your primary care physician for a nutrition evaluation and education.
Occupational Therapy helps patients learn how to perform daily tasks after an injury, illness or surgery. Occupational therapists help with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), which may include skills and exercises to improve bathing, dressing, meal preparation and fine motor tasks.
Occupational therapists are experts in home medical equipment needs. They can assist patients and families to determine what equipment best meets their needs.
Physical Therapy helps recovering patients stay safe and independent at home. On the first visit, the therapist evaluates the patient and the home environment. That evaluation will be used to determine the best course of therapy.
Therapists visit patients anywhere from 1 to 6 days a week depending on the patient’s specific needs. Both education and exercise are key parts of physical therapy.
Social workers make home visits to patients who need community resources. Working with the patient’s care team, social workers make referrals to appropriate agencies so patients can have their needs met at home.
Social workers also assess for in-home safety and ensure the patient is receiving adequate services and supervision.
Speech Therapists address communication problems, memory problems, cognitive deficits (significant limitations in the ability to learn and function), and eating/swallowing issues.
Banner Home Care offers Telehealth monitoring to patients with chronic diseases such as congestive heart failure and diabetes.