Home Health Monitoring

 


Home Health Monitoring is a free service to support people living with heart failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) or diabetes to manage their condition from the comfort of their home. By participating in this service, you will improve your knowledge of your chronic disease and ability to manage your own health. 

Tools are provided to help you manage your diabetes, heart failure or COPD or diabetes:

  • Education Binder
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • Weigh Scale
  • Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Pedometer

Learn more about Home Health Monitoring 

Home Health Monitoring Brochure

Frequently Asked Question


How to participate in Home Health Monitoring

If you or a family member have heart failure, diabetes or COPD, speak with your physician or nurse practitioner, your nurse while in hospital or call your home health office to find out if Home Health Monitoring is right for you. 

North Island: 1-866-928-4988

Parksville & Qualicum: 250-951-9550

Central Island: 1-877-734-4101

South Island: 1-888-533-2273


What's involved in Home Health Monitoring

Participation in this service only takes a few minutes a day. Your results and responses are automatically sent to your Home Health Monitoring Nurse.  

If you choose to participate, you will:

  1. Measure your blood pressure, weight, and oxygen level every morning 
     
  2. Answer a few questions to help evaluate your health daily

How the Home Health Monitoring nurse helps

  1. Monitors and looks for changes in your measurements Monday to Friday
  2. Contacts you regularly to review your results and answer your questions
  3. Send reports and communicates concerns to your physician

Client Stories 

See how Home Health Monitoring has helped El and her family manage her condition from the comfort of her own home. 


Home Health Monitoring Videos


Heart Failure Resources


COPD Resources


Diabetes Resources

General Information on Home Health Monitoring

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

Anyone can refer to Home Health Monitoring
 

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