Boone Hospital Home Care and Hospice brings the excellence of Boone Hospital Center directly to our patient’s homes.
Boone Hospital Home Care is there for patients who have been discharged from the hospital, or other facility, while still needing close medical supervision. Other times, our home care services help when a doctor decides that a patient needs assistance but may not need to come to the hospital.
In addition, our home-based hospice services are available to patients when they and their physicians determine that a cure is no longer an option. We help patients with terminal illnesses that have life expectancies of six months or less. With hospice care, our focus is on maintaining quality of life by keeping patients pain free and comfortable as possible.
Boone Hospital Home Care and Hospice offices are located at 1605 E. Broadway, Suite 250, Columbia, Missouri, 65201. To contact a representative, call 573.875.0555.
Home visits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with around the clock on call nursing supervision. Our care professionals also provide in depth patient and caregiver materials, patient assessments and insurance verification assistance.
Boone Hospital Home Care's Hospice Program offers patients and their families supportive care in the comfort of home. Our trained interdisciplinary team provides a full range of medical, physical, emotional, social and spiritual care. Our staff is trained in symptom management, pain control, counseling and bereavement.
Boone Hospital Home Care offers a full range of portability for home oxygen patients. We offer conserving devices for small tanks and long lasting small portable liquid oxygen.
Boone Hospital Home Care's integrated respiratory care services enhance quality of life. We provide respiratory equipment, supplies and services from skilled respiratory therapists and other healthcare professionals.
Boone Hospital Home Care's infusion service ensures that patients can receive intravenous medications in the comfort and convenience of home. Boone Hospital Home Care's trained nursing supervisors work with the attending physician to establish an optimal home care treatment plan, then bring that care home.