Home Health offers our clients the comfort and convenience of staying at home while recovering from illness,         surgery, injury, or other medically related infirmities.  The popularity of home health care is increasing as more and more people chose to recuperate at home while in the care of capable, professional, and caring home health staff.


We proudly serve the residents of  the counties of Moore, Hartley, and Sherman in the Texas Panhandle and provide intermittent care 24 hours a day.


Services we are able to perform in the home include:


Physical & Occupational Therapy including

Pulse & Blood Pressure Checks

Wound Care &Dressing Changes  including staff certification in KCI & V.A.C.)

Colostomy & Tracheostomy Care

Injections & supervision of oral medication

Regular foley catheter care & changes

Nursing care for the elderly

Obtaining specimens for lab testing

Home Health Aide

Client & family education








Hospice is a service that cares for terminally ill patients and their families during the last few months of the patient’s life. Based on the knowledge that most people, given a choice, prefer to pass with dignity, surrounded by those they love and Memorial Hospice brings comfort to those who choose this.


Although the main focus of Hospice care is provided in the home, Memorial Hospice also cares for patients in the  nursing home and hospital.


Competent, compassionate care by Memorial Hospice enhances the quality of life for dying patients and their       families.


Hospice staff and volunteers help patients and their family and friends to focus on what is most important to them: allowing people to spend time together, share memories, say good-byes, find peace and care for one another.


Medical assistance or supervision by the personal physician for pain/symptom control.


Services we are able to provide for hospice care include:


Skilled nursing visits intermittently in the home as needed to coordinate the patient’s care.

Social worker assistance to identify and make referrals to community resources.

Spiritual counseling through the pastoral ministry to assist the family as requested.

Volunteer supportive services for the patient and    family.

Crisis on-call service to patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Emotional support to grieving family members for one year after the patient’s death.

Patient/family decision making in the plan of care.

Inpatient care, prescription drugs, equipment, supplies, respite care, and ancillary personnel.