MVNA Home Health
MVNA Home Health is provided by MVNA visiting nurses who see patients in the community wherever they call "home," whether it is a personal residence, care facility, or homeless shelter.
Offering a full range of home healthcare services
MVNA provides a full range of home healthcare services for clients including home health visits for adults with acute and chronic medical conditions. Nursing staff receives ongoing educational training to update their clinical knowledge and technical skills. Our in-home care is safe, effective, and meets all medical practice standards.
A doctor’s referral order is required to receive services. Your doctor's office can call our Intake Department at 612-617-4600, option 3. Our intake department can help your provider determine what documentation is required to start home care services.
- Professional nursing case management
- Skilled nursing care for acute, chronic, and maintenance-level needs
- Skilled observation and assessment of vital signs, response to medications and treatments
- Instruction in safe home management of various acute and chronic diseases or disabling conditions
- Education in self-care and disease process for diabetes, lung, and heart disease
- Education in gastric feeding tubes, ostomy, ileostomy, and colostomy care
- Post-surgical care, wound care, and blood draws
- Bowel and incontinence care
- Administration of intramuscular/subcutaneous injections
- Administration and instruction in IV (intravenous) therapies
- Physical, speech, and occupational therapy
- Referral to hospice
Home health aides work under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN). They help with day-to-day personal care, bathing, and ambulation. They also provide nutritional, social, and emotional support.
Therapy services such as physical, occupational, and speech therapists provide in-home assessments and therapies to optimize your ability to remain safely in your home.
Licensed social workers are available to help navigate various issues from housing to applying for disability. Social workers ensure that psychosocial and other barriers are minimized so the client can concentrate on healing and regaining their independence.