GREENVILLE – The employees at Comprehensive Health Network joined home health care providers across Ohio and the nation in marking November as National Home Care Month.
“Home Care allows patients of all ages to be cared for in the comfort of their own homes, regardless of their medical condition, so they can be close to their loved ones,” said Nancy Zechar, RN, CEO for CHN. “During this month and every months, we honor our patients and recognize the staff for their significant commitment to care for those patients.”
“CHN recently celebrated its 24th year of meeting the home care needs of the community. We provide employment to more than 65 local health care providers. Being a local business and employing local workers is important to CHN. We are neighbors helping neighbors,” stated Zechar.
In Ohio, home care allows thousands of medically fragile children, mentally handicapped patients, senior citizens and other adults to remain with their families. Home care promotes independence and human dignity for individuals who lament the loss of freedoms. That’s why the demand for these services is increasing.
|Mayor Mike Bowers visited CHN to proclaim November as National Home Care Month.|