The mission of Asher Home Health Services is to provide medically appropriate care at home for all persons within a 25 mile radius from the Home Health office in Fossil with the exception to the 25 mile radius rule for patients that reside in the Northeast Wheeler County Health District. Services are provided to all homebound persons and to persons who a physician determines are unable to travel to a medical center provided they have traditional Medicare as their medical insurance. This prevents unnecessary use of hospitalization and skilled nursing facilities. Asher Home Health Services makes every effort to maintain the dignity of patients in their own residence.
Skilled Nursing Care: Registered nurses to assist the patient and family.
Certified Home Health Aide: Assist patient with prescribed self-help including personal grooming and needs for bathing.
Medical Supplies and Equipment: Supplies and equipment such as wheelchairs, walker, commodes, etc.
To qualify for home health care, a patient must:
• be “homebound” or have a normal inability to leave home without considerable assistance
• be under the care of a physician and obtain an order from the physician for home health care
• require the skills of a nurse on an intermittent basis and/or require the skills of physical therapy (when available) or a home health aide
Photo ~ From right: Debra Bryant, RN and Sandra Hassing
Call 541-763-2725 for more information
Wheeler County Public Health Department
712 Jay Street, P.O. Box 307, Fossil, OR 97830
Phone: (541) 763-2725 ~ Fax: (541) 833-6415
Hearing Impaired Line 1-800-735-2900
Robert J. Boss, MD, Administrator and Health Officer
Karen Woods, Program Coordinator
Our Mission: To promote and protect the health of people in Wheeler County through education, empowerment, prevention, and the availability of compassionate care.
Photo ~ From left: Dr Robert Boss and Karen Woods
Community Counseling Solutions offers a wide variety of behavioral health services to four counties in the state of Oregon, including individual, family, and group therapy, gambling counseling, alcohol and drug treatment, 24/7 crisis intervention services, psychiatric consultation, and medication management, in addition to cooperation with various other organizations including residential and acute psychiatric services and school programs. We also offer case management for developmental disabilities in five counties.
The WC LCAC is a part of EOCCO CAC, and is made up of a group of locally identified volunteers from Wheeler County and local and state health organizations who have interest in the health deliverables in our community.
The goal of the Wheeler County Local Community Advisory Council (WC LCAC) is to engage members to take an active role in improving their own health and the health of our community.
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