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McLaren Home Care & Hospice

761 Lafayette Avenue, Cheboygan, MI, USA
761 Lafayette Avenue Cheboygan Michigan 49721 US

Home Health Care

McLaren Homecare delivers clinically excellent, compassionate health care to patients where they are most comfortable – at home. Whether you’re transitioning from the hospital to home or recovering from illness, surgery or injury, McLaren Homecare helps you get better, regain your independence and remain safe in your own home.

McLaren Homecare is a Medicare-certified home health care agency.

What is home health care?

Home health care is a range of health care services provided at home to treat an illness or injury. Examples of skilled home care services include wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound, intravenous or nutrition therapy, monitoring of a serious illness or unstable health status, and rehab therapy services. Home health care can be provided anywhere you call home, including at an assisted living facility (ALF) or adult foster care home (AFC).

Home health care may be right for you after an inpatient hospital stay, if you recently received a joint replacement, or if you have a chronic condition including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), congestive heart failure (CHF), diabetes, kidney disease or respiratory disease, among others.


McLaren Hospice provides health care with an emphasis on quality of life at the end of life. Whether during a short-term hospital stay or wherever you call home, McLaren Hospice provides comfort, support and dignity to those with a life-limiting illness.

McLaren Hospice is a Medicare-certified hospice agency.

What is hospice care?

Focused on treating the whole person, hospice provides medical care and emotional support for people facing the end of life. Hospice care also helps the family manage the practical details and emotional challenges of caring for a loved one nearing the end of life.  McLaren Hospice can provide care anywhere a patient calls home, including in an assisted living facility (ALF), skilled nursing facility (SNF), adult foster care home (AFC) or at the hospital.

Hospice care typically includes:

  • Medical care with a focus on keeping your loved one comfortable
  • Access to a member of your hospice team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Medical supplies and equipment as needed
  • Medication for pain and symptom relief
  • Social support to help patient and family address psychological, emotional, and spiritual needs
  • Guidance with the difficult, but normal, issues of life completion and closure
  • A break, or respite care, for caregivers, family and others who regularly provide care
  • Counseling and grief support for patient and family