knute nelson home care

  • 2715 hwy 29th south suite 103
  • alexandria, MN 56308
  • Phone: 320-759-1273
  • Medicare Provider #: 248096
  • Medicare Certified: 3/16/2006

Services Offered

  •   Skilled Nursing
  •   Physical Therapy
  •   Occupational Therapy
  •   Speech Pathology
  •   Medical Social Services
  •   Home Health Aide

About This Agency:

Knute Nelson Home Care provides personalized health care to individuals in their home. Services are tailored to meet the needs of each individual and are provided on a one-to-one basis.

Knute Nelson Home Care is able to assist with numerous tasks, including:

Cardiac and blood pressure monitoring 24-hour monitoring and care Management of chronic illnesses, such as: Congestive heart failure, diabetes, emphysema, pneumonia, asthma, cancer and many others IV therapy Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Medication management and education Home health aide services to assist in activities of daily living such as: Shower/bathing assistance, dressing assistance, simple dressing changes, blood pressures, medication reminders Wound, ostomy and continence nurse on staff Home Care Locations

Knute Nelson Home Care 2715 Hwy 29 S, Suite 103 Alexandria, MN 56308 320-759-1273

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Quality of Care Report    Updated: 4-29-2021

Description of Measure
Agency Score
How often the home health team began their patients' care in a timely manner
99 %
How often the home health team taught patients (or their family caregivers) about their drugs
100 %
How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling
99 %
How often the home health team checked patients for depression
95 %
How often the home health team determined whether patients received a flu shot for the current flu season
84 %
How often the home health team made sure that their patients received a pneumococcal vaccine (pneumonia shot)
90 %
With diabetes, how often the home health team got doctor's orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care
99 %
How often patients got better at walking or moving around
81 %
How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
85 %
How often patients got better at bathing
88 %
How often patients' breathing improved
87 %
How often patients' wounds improved or healed after an operation
93 %
How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth
78 %
How often home health patients had to be admitted to the hospital
15 %
How often patients receiving home health care needed urgent, unplanned care in the ER without being admitted
14 %
Changes in skin integrity post-acute care: pressure ulcer/injury
0 %
How often physician-recommended actions to address medication issues were completely timely
99 %

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