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Chemotherapy and Cancer








Having to travel and from a hospital or outpatient center for chemotherapy can be stressful and anxiety-inducing at a time when a cancer patient needs less stress and anxiety. Patients undergoing chemotherapy may find the experience in an unfamiliar place particularly stressful and even frightening. Finding transportation to chemotherapy appointments can be a burden, particularly when the hospital or treatment center is far away.


Coping with heavy traffic and finding parking can be an issue. In-HomeCare America makes chemotherapy treatment possible in the less stressful, more relaxed environment of home. We handle the chemotherapy process from start to finish, delivering the chemotherapy drugs and infusion supplies.


Our experienced nurses administer the necessary treatment and remain with the patient until the treatment is completed, carefully monitoring the process and making it as comfortable as possible. Our chemotherapy services include:

Education for patient and family/caregivers, including side-effects to expect

Administration of chemotherapy

Medication management

Monitoring and assessment

Dressing changes

Blood draws

Coordination and delivery of medication, supplies and equipment.



Coping with cancer at home often requires skilled, specialized high-tech care along with support with activities of daily living, allowing the cancer patient to focus on recovery and much-needed rest. In-HomeCare America is prepared to help with all aspects of cancer care at home, including:

  • Skilled nursing care
  • At-home chemotherapy
  • Port-a-cath care
  • Total parenteral nutrition
  • Infusion therapy
  • Tube feeding
  • Ventilator care
  • Catheter care
  • Wound care
  • Coordination of medical equipment and supplies
  • Pain management
  • Nutritional counseling and meal preparation for special dietary needs
  • Physical therapy
  • Grocery shopping and prescription pick-up
  • Personal care
  • Light housekeeping and laundry



How To Get Started

If you are a patient, the first step to beginning home health care with In-HomeCare America is requesting a referral for home healthcare from your physician or hospital discharge planner. Family members of patients who need home health care services may also request a referral.

Medical professionals can refer patients to us by phone, fax or completing the referral form located here. 

Once your referral has been received, In-HomeCare will send a registered nurse or therapist to your home for an assessment and begin the admission process.

Why Home Health Care?


Care in the more comfortable, less costly environment of home.

Care supervised by your own personal physician.

Medicare pays 100% for qualified patients.

Multiple visits spread over weeks or months to ensure recovery proceeds according to plan.

Health and safety strategies taught in the environment in which they will be used --the home itself.

Rehabilitation for stroke and other challenges goes more smoothly when completed in the home.