Aurora at Home

Home Care with Compassion

Aurora at Home has been providing comprehensive, compassionate home care throughout Eastern Wisconsin for over 100 years. An accredited leader in the industry, our home health care program empowers you to stay in your home after surgery or in the face of chronic illness.

Who Can Benefit

Aurora at Home serves a wide variety of different people from all walks of life. We offer patients of every age – from newborn to elderly – professional, compassionate care in the comfort of home. If you’ve been hospitalized, have had surgery, have serious or multiple health problems, suffer from a chronic disease, are disabled, living alone or with a caregiver, or need assistance to remain at home, Aurora at Home may be right for you.

Home Health Care Services

Professional Caregivers

Our trained caregivers include registered nurses, therapists and home health aides who can provide in-home care 24/7.

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Palliative Care

For those with chronic or complex illnesses, in-home palliative care provides comfort and relief.

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Hospice Care

Our end-of-life care is focused on providing comfort, dignity, and compassion for you and your entire family.

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Equipment & Supplies

We offer a wide selection of home medical equipment and supplies.

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Infusion Therapy

Receive intravenous medication from professional caregivers in the comfort of home.

Special Services

  • Oncology services
  • Cardiac care
  • Post-surgical care
  • Chronic disease management
  • Transplant care
  • Pediatric services
  • Enterostomal therapy
  • Registered dietitian services
  • IV therapy
  • Respiratory therapy

Insurance

Benefits and out-of-pocket costs for in home health care will vary based on your individual health insurance plan.

Medicare or Title 19

If you have Medicare or Title 19 as your health insurance, there is no cost to you for home care. However, you must meet the following requirements in order to qualify for full Medicare coverage of home health care:

  1. The home care you receive must be skilled, such as injections, IVs, and wound care.
  2. You must be home bound, which means you’re unable to leave your home without a taxing effort.

Private insurance

Private insurance coverage of home health care varies, but most insurers follow Medicare guidelines. With private insurance or some Medicare HMOs, there may be a co-pay. Private insurance also may limit the number of visits you receive.

Accreditation, Licensing and Affiliations

Aurora at Home is committed to excellent standards of care. Our program is accredited and licensed by:

  • CHAP Community Health Accreditation Program
  • Medicare and Medicaid Licenses
  • Member of VNAA

Contact

For more information about the services offered through Aurora at Home, speak with your doctor or call 800-862-2201 or fax referral information to 414-290-2850.

Send Us a Message

Contact us with questions about Aurora at Home.

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Aurora at Home is in need of compassionate, caring volunteers to help our hospice patients.

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