Home Health Agency Home Nursing/Home Services Agency
24-Hour Care, LLC is a Medicare Certified Home Health Agency in Galena, IL and Dubuque, IA. We currently offer two services within the same Agency; a Home Healthcare Agency and a Home Nursing/Home Services Agency and are now certified to care for those affected and suffering from Dementia and Dementia-related diseases. Click here to visit our new Memory Care page.
Our primary goal is to provide compassionate, professional and dependable quality skilled services for our clients. This enables our clients to live independently, improve their quality of life, and stay in the comfort of their own home. 24-Hour Care travels to NORTHEASTERN IOWA (All of Dubuque County, and parts of Jackson, Jones, and Delaware counties,) NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS (All of Jo Daviess County, and parts of Carroll and Stephenson counties,) and part of SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN (private duty services only available in SW Wisconsin) .
The 24-Hour Care commitment:
- To give the best quality of care to our clients. We are proud to offer a variety of services based on your specific needs, ranging from 2-hour visits to on-call support 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Our professional healthcare team works directly with each client, their family, and physician to create individual care plans.
- To ensure peace of mind. We will update the client’s loved ones regularly to answer questions or address concerns. You will have ONE point of contact throughout the entire episode of care.
- To help you interpret your healthcare coverage options. We will help you determine what will be covered under Medicare, your insurance or other payor sources. We will also help you navigate your personal co-pay deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses that may apply. We accept most private insurances, Medicare, Veteran Services, Medicaid Waiver Services (IA only)*, Respite, Short & Long Term insurances and Private Pay. *Limited to Health and Disability and Elderly Waiver
Ted is a local Veteran that has endured a lot of trials and tribulations in his lifetime but despite all he has gone through he still cracks a few jokes and loves having our nurses visit. We can’t thank you enough for all you have done for us and our country, and please know we look up to you and everything you have done!
Side note: you hear him mention scheduling sometimes is “slightly irritating.” Once in awhile, home makers are ill or have emergencies that they can’t avoid so scheduling sometimes changes. Although it doesn’t happen a lot, our patients do handle it like champs! Thank you for being understanding!!
You will find Ted at the local Farmer’s Market and if you do see him – give him a big Thank You for all he has sacrificed for us.