A Brief Introduction

Suddenly you are faced with decisions which never entered your mind until now. Which homecare provider should I choose? Who can I trust? Will they be the right fit? Will they provide the best care for my loved one? At Hiawatha HomeCare, we recognize how overwhelming this can be.

 

The last thing you need is uncertainty. Trusting the professionals who are providing care for your loved one is vital. We understand this and know the personal details of providing home health care because we’ve lived it for over two decades. Our first client was my own son, Michael.

 

Caring… It’s more than a word. To us, it’s a calling. It’s delivering what we do best on a daily basis…Providing our clients with exceptional home health care.

 

Welcome to Hiawatha HomeCare!

 

Karen Seifert, Owner/CEO and Mom

 

Mission Statement

Our mission is to help those we serve achieve greater independence, well being and enjoyment in life by providing the highest quality home health care.   We believe that people achieve faster recovery from illness, injury, surgical intervention, or chronic medical conditions when health care is provided within the comfort and security of home and family.

Client Connection

Current and future clients click here to visit our client page.


Becoming a client

Click here to learn more about our services and to complete an inquiry form to start the process of becoming our client.


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