WATERTOWN: The compassionate, caring Home Health and Hospice services which many residents of Marquardt Village retirement community have experienced over the years are now available from Marquardt at Home to individuals in their own homes throughout Dane County. By extending service to an 8-county area of southeast Wisconsin that now includes all of Dane, Marquardt at Home reaches more individuals and families in need of at-home medical home health care or supportive hospice services.
"Our faith-based mission calls us to do all we can to serve the people of Wisconsin," said Matthew Mauthe, Chief Executive Officer of Marquardt Village. "At a time when home health agencies in Wisconsin and many other states are discontinuing their services, we continue to expand our Marquardt at Home service area to offer more people a trusted choice in professional, compassionate at-home care."
Marquardt Home Health services are tailored to individual needs for at-home recovery or ongoing medically related care, which may extend to rehabilitative therapies and more. The range of services available includes skilled nursing care; assistance with activities of daily living; physical, occupational, and speech therapies; cardiac and pulmonary care; wound care; disease and pain management; medication management; medical equipment; patient and family education; balance treatment to reduce risk of falling; and more.
Marquardt Hospice services are available to individuals and families experiencing a life-limiting disease and focused on providing comfort, emotional and spiritual support, and guidance.
Marquardt Village retirement community is located in Watertown, and offers garden homes and apartments for independent living, plus assisted living, memory care, nursing care, and rehabilitation. Through Marquardt at Home, professional at-home care services are available to residents, as well as to individuals and families in Dodge, Jefferson, Columbia, Dane, Rock, Walworth, Washington and Waukesha counties. Marquardt Village is sponsored by the Western District of the Moravian Church and open to all.