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Our senior health experts work closely with specialists like orthopedic surgeons, cardiologists and audiologists to provide expert, comprehensive care.
We use the latest research and technologies to provide you with the highest quality of care, from regular check-ups to managing sleep and nutrition to transitional care.
We make getting care easy by bringing care to your assisted living facility, transitional care unit or your own home across the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin.
What you need to stay healthy changes as you age. As experts in senior care, we’re by your side every step of the way. From helping you stay active to providing specialized care for more complex conditions, we give you the best possible care for every health condition.
Our team of geriatricians, nurse practitioners, social workers and other specialists work together to make getting the care you need as easy as possible. We see patients at assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, transitional care units and in their own homes. We also offer video visits for many different health concerns, so you can talk to a doctor face-to-face from the comfort of your couch.
When you do need to visit the clinic, we have you covered. HealthPartners and Park Nicollet make up the largest care group in Minnesota. With over 90 clinics in the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin, the care you need is always nearby.
Whether you need help treating joint pain or are stopping by for your yearly check-up, our senior care specialists are ready to help. Our team works closely with specialists throughout our organization to help coordinate your care no matter what type of appointment you need. Our senior health services include:
We believe health care should be simple. That’s why we bring care directly to you no matter where you live. If traveling to the clinic is difficult, we can see patients at their assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, transitional care units and their homes.
With our community senior care services, you don’t need to worry about scheduling rides to and from your appointment, going out in bad weather or wasting time sitting in waiting rooms. Instead, make an appointment for us to come to you where we’ll provide preventive care and specialized services. And if additional tests are needed to diagnose your condition or plan the best course of treatment, we’ll help coordinate your office visit and make sure you can get there safely.
We partner with numerous assisted living facilities, long term care facilities and transitional care units to provide on-site care throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. You can call your facility to see if it participates in our community senior care program. Or you can call us at 952-883-6805.
Living well as you age means that regular check-ups more important than ever. To help keep your health on track, we provide primary care visits, geriatric assessments and emotional support.
Our primary care doctors are trained to diagnose and treat hundreds of health conditions. We help with everything from keeping your immunizations up to date and regular wellness check-ups to treating illnesses.
We’ve designed our clinics to provide the best care and convenience for our patients. Many of our clinics also include lab, radiology and other onsite conveniences so you can get everything you need without making multiple stops.
Many people struggle with feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression as they grow older. A change in life or abilities can feel isolating and frustrating. Your primary care doctor can connect you with one of our mental health experts to help you get the support you need.
Finding an activity you enjoy as you grow older is a good way to retain strength, flexibility and balance. If you slip while on a walk or feel a twinge in your knee while dancing, our team is here to help. Our orthopedics team is here to treat everything from hip or knee pain to broken bones. In fact, Regions Hospital is one of five hospitals in the country certified as a geriatric fracture care program by the International Geriatric Fracture Society. That’s the highest certification possible.
Caring for an older relative or friend, while often rewarding, can also have its challenges. We can give you the support you need, from extra help at home to memory care to helping you navigate changes in behavior.
If your loved one needs extra care at home, our nurses, social workers, home health aides and physical, occupational and speech therapists come to you to provide personal care. We provide these services wherever you call home. This includes houses, apartments, group homes, assisted living facilities and residential housing. If you think that you need home care, a nurse or therapist will be at your home within 48 hours of your application to discuss your needs. Please note that an order is needed for home care.
When someone you love has memory or cognitive disorders, each day can have new challenges. It could be dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or age-related memory loss. We can help determine what is causing the memory loss and be a guide for you. Our memory care team and research professionals provide patients, family members and caregivers with everything they need to live their best lives. We’ll be with you every step of the way, offering therapies based on the latest research.
We are a Medicare-certified and state-licensed agency. If you or someone you care for meets the eligibility requirements and the home care program is approved by Medicare, private insurance or Medicare should cover the following services for a defined period of time:
- Intermittent (or part-time) skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy or continued occupational therapy
- Home health aide (with ongoing skilled services, like physical, speech and occupational therapy, also provided)
- Medical social services (with ongoing skilled services)
- Medical supplies, such as dressings and catheter supplies (with ongoing skilled services)
A living will, also called an advance care directive, describes the kinds of medical care you want to have if you can't speak for yourself. You don’t need a living will but it can help your family make decisions if you become sick and unable to make decisions for yourself.
Our team is available to provide resources and answer questions about living wills to help you make the decision that’s right for you.
We accept most health insurance plans, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, CIGNA, HealthPartners, Medica, Medicare, PreferredOne and many others.
Not sure what your insurance covers? Call the number on the back of your card for help looking at your options.
Don’t have your card in front of you? Here are member services numbers to help you get started:
- HealthPartners: 800-883-2177
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota: 800-382-2000
- CIGNA: 800-244-6224 (insurance through work); 866-494-2111 (insurance directly or through the Exchange)
- Medica: 800-952-3455
- Medicare: 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)
- PreferredOne: 763-847-4477 (in the Twin Cities); 800-997-1750 (outside the metro area)
- United Healthcare: 877-842-3210