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Home Health

We are a Medicare-certified and Kansas State Licensed Agency, and have been serving residents since 1966. 

We provide professional home health care services to persons of all ages.  We assist in keeping families together, promote independence and contribute to an improved quality of life with the overall goal of keeping people in their homes as long as possible. We have a Registered Nurse on call 24 hours a day for those needing assistance. 

Our Spanish language interpreter is available for all services. 

We provide the following services:


  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
  • Home Health Aide / Home Maker
  • Medical Social Work



Providing professional home health care services to persons of all ages, assisting in keeping families together, promoting independence, and contribute to an improved quality of life. 

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We are a Medicare-certified and Kansas State Licensed Agency, and have been serving residents since 1966. 

We provide professional home health care services to persons of all ages.  We assist in keeping families together, promote independence and contribute to an improved quality of life with the overall goal of keeping people in their homes as long as possible. We have a Registered Nurse on call 24 hours a day for those needing assistance. 

Our Spanish language interpreter is available for all services. 

We provide the following services:


  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
  • Home Health Aide / Home Maker
  • Medical Social Work



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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes the Health Department’s Home Health Agency different from other agencies in the area?

There are multiple agencies in the area that provide home health services.  We stand apart from those other agencies because we believe in the primary care nursing model.  This means that a single nurse is identified as the point of contact and supervises all other disciplines during the episode of care.  We believe this creates a better bond and trusting relationship between the patient and their caregiver.  Patient care is said to be elevated by having that single nurse overseeing the delivery of care and it empowers the nurse to deploy their best bedside care.

How many home health visits can be made and reimbursed?

There is no limit to the number of home health visits you can receive as long as there is a qualified need and the patient remains under the care of a physician. 

What if I do not have insurance?

We do our best to connect our patients with resources in the community and provide care for each of our patient's needs without the expectation of payment.  

What insurance does the Health Department accept?
  • Medicare 
  • Medicaid  
  • Grant programs through the Area Agency on Aging (link to ncfhaaa.com.) 
  • VA Optum (Veterans) 
  • Home Community-Based Services (HCBS) 
  • Private insurance like Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and other commercial plans. 
  • Private pay. 

How do people access Home Health Services?

Please contact our office at (785) 826-6606 to inquire about establishing services.

Meet The Staff

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Christi Ponton, BSN, RN

Home Health Coordinator

(785) 826-6606

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Mandy Cranmer, RN 

Clinical Manager

(785) 826-6606

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Meagan Padron, MSN, RN

RN Case Manager

(785) 833-7333

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Laura Adkins, RN

Home Health Nurse

(785) 826-6606

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Shelbi Rigsby

CNA

(785) 826-6606

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Shelly Derting, HHA 

Aide 

(785) 826-6606

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Ashly Arnold, HHA 

Aide 

(785) 826-6606

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Terri Boyer

Homemaker

(785) 826-6606

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Donna Tremblay 

Billing Manager 

(785) 826-6606

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Sylvia Bradford 

Office Specialist

(785) 826-6606