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Details on All of Our Healthcare Services

Midland Care offers an integrated community care delivery system addressing social, physical and spiritual needs, improving quality of life for our aging population to keep seniors at home and independent longer, as a vital part of our community. Unfortunately, disease and cancers do not discriminate, so we offer care to all ages.  We offer healthcare services in the form of home support, wherever home might be, and a supportive environment away from a patient’s home at The House at Midland Care.

Palliative Care:
Palliative Care helps fill the gaps left in traditional medicine by offering holistic treatment of symptoms for some of the most vulnerable people in your community. A typical palliative care patient has multiple health conditions and lives everyday with difficult symptoms. Many have limited social and financial resources.

Home Health:
Home health provides a team of professionals to help you at home. At Midland Care, our specially-trained home health teams include nurses (RNs and LPNs), physical and occupational therapists, certified home health aides (CNAs) and social workers who work with your current doctors. Your team provides care focused on recovery and independence in the comfort of your own home.

Thrive at Home:
If a person needs more help in the home, but home health is not appropriate, we offer a program where the patient and/or caregiver can hire a private duty nurse/aide to assist in daily activities, errands and chores.

PACE – Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly:
Midland Care is the only PACE program in the northeast Kansas area, providing care and keeping people 55 and older in their homes longer with wrap around services, rather than moving them to a nursing home. The fourth option under the Kancare program, many of our participants pay little to nothing for this all-inclusive medical and social program.

Adult Day Center/Residential:
The day center includes meals, medication management, activities, an individual plan of care, and respite for a caregiver. The residential respite provides overnight care. The day center and residential respite is a private pay opportunity and can include transportation.

Center for Hope and Healing:
Midland Care offers 13 months of grief counseling after the loss of a loved one. Counseling can be given one on one, in group sessions, as a family session or as the grieving so chooses. We offer services to the community if they have suffered a loss, even if their loss was not one through Midland Care services.

Meals on Wheels:
Meals on Wheels, a nationally known meal delivery service to homebound community members. We want to make sure that everyone who is homebound still receives not only a hot, nutritious meal, but a well-check and social visit every day.

24 for Life:
24 for Life is a Diabetes prevention program that helps make lifestyle changes to prevent Type 2 Diabetes. This program is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program. 

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