PRINCETON — Perry Memorial Hospital announced Monday it will be assuming ownership of In-Home Care VNA.
The Home Health Change of Ownership Licensure Application has been submitted to the Illinois Department of Public Health, and the services will be offered as Perry Home Care starting June 14.
The Perry Team welcomes the addition of professional at-home health care as it will provide supportive care centered on the patient and family to improve the quality and coordination of nursing care and the patients’ quality of life at home.
“Perry continues to grow our services,” Annette Schnabel, president and CEO of Perry Memorial Hospital, said.
“Perry Home Care providing home health aligns with the Perry Mission to provide compassionate, quality health services to the people and communities we serve,” Schnabel said.
Homebound residents in Bureau, Putnam, Marshall, LaSalle, Lee and Stark counties will have access to cost-effective, physician-supervised attention through an individualized nursing care program to meet their health needs, including physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Perry Memorial Hospital is an active health care organization identifying ways to support the care continuum to deliver an excellent quality Perry experience when receiving Perry care in the hospital and beginning June 14, in local homes.