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Summer | Fall 2022 Communicator

Capital Health Home Care | Sep 13, 2022

Find out what’s happening at Capital Health and read about our outstanding associates in the The Communicator. View and Download the Summer | Fall 2022 Communicator

Dayton, OH – Capital Health Home Care, a certified home health service provider in Dayton, Ohio, has achieved a deficiency-free recertification survey from the state of Ohio. A deficiency-free survey indicates that Capital Health Home Care is providing the highest level of care to its patients by following state and federal regulations. A survey covers… Continue Reading Capital Health Home Care in Dayton Achieves Deficiency-free State Survey

March 2022 – Employees of the Month

Capital Health Home Care | Apr 14, 2022

Congrats to our March Employee of the Month winners! Home Care Ashtabula: Machelle Emery Home Care Dayton/Hospice: Elizabeth Ames Home Care Dublin: Julie Harris Home Care Steubenville/WV: Necole Hritz

February 2022 – Employees of the Month

Capital Health Home Care | Mar 16, 2022

Congrats to our February Employee of the Month winners! Home Care Ashtabula: Raechel Jarvis Home Care Dayton/Hospice: Tracy Cadwell Home Care Dublin: Mimi Filipova Home Care Steubenville/WV: Alexandria Kellermier

2021 – Employees of the Year

Capital Health Home Care | Feb 04, 2022

Congrats to our 2021 Employees of the Year winners! Home Care Ashtabula: Patty Caskey, LPN Home Care Dayton/Hospice: Jeremy “Jay” Knight, RN Home Care Dublin: Mindy Powell, RN Home Care Steubenville/WV: Kelli Christian Our 2021 Employees of the Year are a group of amazing, talented, and wonderful individuals who stood out in the impact they had on our patients,… Continue Reading 2021 – Employees of the Year

December 2021 – Employees of the Month

Capital Health Home Care | Jan 14, 2022

Congrats to our December Employee of the Month winners! Home Care Ashtabula: Patty Caskey, LPN Home Care Dayton/Hospice: Elizabeth Ames Home Care Dublin: Courtney Starr Home Care Steubenville/WV: Judy Macaluso

Stay Warm Out There!

Capital Health Home Care | Jan 10, 2022

Older adults are especially susceptible to hypothermia even after mild exposure to cold temperatures. Hypothermia is a significant and potentially dangerous drop in body temperature, generally defined as having a core body temperature below 95 degrees. Signs and symptoms may include slow or slurred speech, puffy or swollen face, sleepiness or confusion, shivering, stiffness in… Continue Reading Stay Warm Out There!