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Interim Healthcare Review9 minute read

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Updated for December, 2018

With its wide range of care, including companionship, personal care, and more challenging needs, and with years of institutional experience in home care and other areas of medicine, Interim can meet the needs of most home care clients, even those with chronic conditions, memory impairments, and at the end of life. While some locations do lag in terms of customer satisfaction, Interim has a solid reputation in the home care industry and are worth a look if you or a loved one needs help to remain independent at home.

Pros
  • End-of-life care includes bereavement care and pet therapy
  • Offers higher-level home care services in addition to companion care
  • Offers a full range of specialty programs for particular conditions
Cons
  • Relatively low consumer ratings of individual franchises

End-of-Life Care

Services Offered

  • Companionship
  • Medication reminders
  • Grooming/hygiene
  • Light housekeeping
  • Meal planning and prep
  • Errands
  • Shopping
  • Mobility assistance
  • Feeding
  • Toileting
  • Pre- and post-operation assistance
  • Respite care
  • Live-in care
  • 24-hour care
  • Alzheimer’s and dementia care
  • End-of-life care
  • Home safety evaluations

Interim Healthcare Review

As people get older, they often deal with the challenges of aging by moving out of their homes and into places that can accommodate their needs for assistance. Many, however, choose an alternative path: rather than moving, they seek help, and in this way allow themselves to age in the homes and communities they love. Perhaps because it also provides a range of medical professionals on a temporary basis to hospitals and other health care organizations, Interim Healthcare is one of the nation’s best known home care agencies. True to its diverse markets, the company offers a range of home care services, and can take care of seniors at several stages of the aging process.

“I worked as a registered nurse with Interim Health Care for many years. It was a great work environment with wonderful coordinators and supervisors. They always made me feel appreciated as a nurse, which most home care companies fail to do.”

Pittsburgh, PA (via Indeed)

“This place has been like a second family to me for years. The work is rewarding every single day, and the management encourages a healthy work/life balance.”

Kansas City, MO (via Glassdoor)

“I really enjoyed working at Interim. The management was great and the clients were wonderful. I had perfect relationships with fellow workers and the environment was clean and friendly.”

Morgantown, WV (via Indeed)

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“I’ve been required twice to use visiting nurses this year. I’m also a retired RN. As a patient first I’ve been very fortunate to have Interim’s services . . . Always friendly and professional, I was delighted with my care. I needed them and they obliged! Thank you, Interim for your lovely staff.”

Newark, OH (via Google)

“Everything is excellent, and I am completely satisfied with the care they gave my mother. The house looks great and she looks great as well.”

Albia, IA (via HomeAdvisor.com)

“I have an OUTSTANDING TEAM from Interim Home Health, from the nurses to the therapists. We all have a main goal of getting me back to as independent as I was. They are always professional and without an attitude! They genuinely care about my well-being and that is something that I really appreciate!!”

Clovis, NM (via Google)

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