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Oswego Health Home Care Thinks of Families it Serves During the Holidays

Hospital news | Friday, December 23, 2016

Contact: Marion Ciciarelli

Staff from Oswego Health Home Care (OHHC) made the holidays brighter for two of its families.

Employees collected toys and other items for a single father with three young children, as well as gifts for an elderly couple. “The staff was very generous, wanting to ensure these families enjoyed a very nice Christmas,” said Carrie Butler, OHHC Director of Patient Services. “Our nurses and other clinical staff provide care in our patient’s homes and often become like family. So as an office we decided to make these two families part of our holiday.”

Oswego Health Home Care (OHHC), a certified home health agency, provides healthcare services allowing community members to remain in the comfort of their own homes. From skilled nursing to physical therapy and support services, residents have a high-quality service available. OHHC has received a 5-star rating, the highest score awarded, for its patient satisfaction. To help avoid a hospital stay, OHHC can also provide disease management, infusion therapy and wound care. Staff members are available 24 hours a day/seven days a week. For more information, please call 598-1544.

Pictured from left are OHHC staff members, Meghan Livoti, student intern; Suzanne Crapser, RN case manager; Carrie Butler, Director of Patient Services; Duane Crapser, LPN and scheduler (kneeling); Jennifer Bray, scheduler; Dianne Duncan, accountant and Kelly Blumer, health information management technician.