Coon Memorial Home Health & Hospice

"Caring for Our Neighbors"

You are not just a patient, you are our neighbor. Our staff understands you and your needs because we are part of your community. We want to minimize your travel and provide your healthcare locally. Our goal is to stabilize your health so you can remain an active part of our community.

Do I need Home Health?

You might need home health services if you had:
A recent hospital stay
Changes or newly prescribed medications
A new diagnosis or condition
Experienced falls or weakness
Difficulty with daily activities

Home Health Services:

Nursing Services:
Education on diagnoses, medications, diet, and treatments
Management and evaluation of unstable medical conditions
Wound care
IV Therapy
Catheter and ostomy care
Pain management

Therapy Services:

Physical, occupational and speech therapy services are provided by a licensed therapist as ordered by a patient's physician for increased independence and improved lifestyle or for rehabilitation from recent surgery or injury.
Licensed Master Social Worker

Lifestyle Services:

A certified home health aide may assist the patient with lifestyle services such as bathing, grooming, and other activities to promote the patient's independence.

Hospice Services:

Hospice services focus on the individual as well as the family members and loved ones rather than on the disease. Hospice provides holistic care for the patient and the family. We provide emotional, physical and spiritual support. We believe a patient with a life limiting illness has the right to live his or her final days as comfortable as possible, to the fullest extent possible and to experience a dignified and peaceful death. Some of the main hospice services are listed below:

Pain, symptom, and medication management
Medication, medical equipment, and supplies related to the terminal condition will be paid for by hospice agency
Social services and spiritual counseling for the patient and loved ones
Early intervention to assist the loved ones with the problems associated with the death and grieving process
Trained volunteer services
Bereavement social and spiritual services for the survivors for thirteen months after the death of a loved one

Team members:

Licensed nurses
Physical, occupational, and speech therapist
Certified nursing assistants
Licensed Master Social Worker
Registered dietitian
Spiritual counselors
Trained volunteers

Payment for Home Health or Hospice Services

In Most cases, Medicare and Medicaid will pay 100% of the cost of home health and hospice services. Most private insurance plans will also cover home health and hospice services. Patients may also pay privately for services that do not qualify for reimbursement.

Please contact us if you would like to learn more about our services. Our office staff can help facilitate your home health or hospice needs and questions.


Volunteers are the heart of hospice. They are an integral part of the services we provide to our patients and their families. Volunteers are needed to provide direct patient care and indirect patient care. Volunteering with hospice is both rewarding and an opportunity to care for your neighbors. Sign up to be a volunteer today. Follow the link to the application and, once completed, return it to the Home Health and Hospice office.

Volunteer Application

Contact us:

Coon Memorial Home Health & Hospice
1422 Denver Ave.
Dalhart, TX 79022
Phone: 806-244-8738
Fax: 806-244-6604