Our Services

Through our history in primary care, our statewide network licensed clinicians deliver patient centered care with the respect for patient values, preferences and expressed needs. We ensure that providers are readily available to our patients with an unwavering focus on clinical excellence and patient satisfaction.

Through a unique service philosophy in which the patient is viewed not as a problem to be solved or a charge to be cared for, but as an equal and empowered partner, co-responsible for the attainment of their health goals.

What We Offer:

Evaluation and Treatment Plans

Our care team strives to provide a proactive and preventative approach to patient health for patients of all ages. We are a valuable partner, delivering quality patient-oriented care through telehealth servicesOur programs are tailored to reduce unnecessary hospitalizations while focusing on the advancement of individual health management from your home.

Our providers care deeply about their patients long-term health. With a determination to provide the care and services in-house to ensure that each patient is treated appropriately. We work with our patient’s home health agencies and supply providers to ensure timely evaluation and treatment plans.

Routine Checkups

We do our best to pair our patients with the same providers for every follow-up visit. We highly encourage our patients to schedule a follow-up visits with us every 4 to 6 weeks to ensure that they are both comfortable in their home and to ensure that their prescription refills are up to date.

Home Health Evaluations and Certifications

A complete home care assessment is an essential step when coordinating care for an elderly loved one. At Midwest Home Physicians, our home care assessments are an essential part of our approach to home care. Before starting care, we meet with every potential client for an in-depth discussion of their care needs. This allows us to carefully tailor our services to each client’s specific care concerns and challenges.

DME Evaluations

Medicare and other insurance plans define Durable Medical Equipment (DME) in terms of what they will pay for. DME is covered under Medicare Part B—the part that covers out-of-hospital costs. From Medicare’s perspective, DME is equipment that is:

  • Durable: That means the DME is strong enough to be used over and over again. Examples are wheelchairs, hospital beds, and lifts to move the person from bed to chair. 
  • Medically necessary: The DME is used to treat or manage a disease, injury, or disability. Examples are diabetic supplies, hospital beds, intravenous (IV) tubes to deliver medicines, oxygen tanks, walkers or wheelchairs, and many others.
  • Not used by people who do not have an illness or injury: A person who is not ill or disabled does not need a hospital bed.
  • Used at home: Home can be a residence, assisted living facility, or long-term stay nursing home.

We evaluate every patient’s situation and file the DME orders so that they arrive right at the patient’s doorstep!

Medication Management

One of the most critical aspects of recovery is taking medications as directed. Midwest Home Physicians’ registered nurse practitioners help patients make sure they are taking the right medicine and the right dosage, at the right time, and according to the doctor’s orders. This includes organizing medicines and setting up reminders to keep patients on track.

  • Assist in developing medication schedule
  • Review medication regimen
  • Create complete list of all prescribed and over-the-counter medicines the patient is taking
  • Educate patient and/or caregiver on proper dosage, frequency and side effects
  • Evaluate response to medications and effectiveness
  • Communicate with patient’s doctor for optimum outcome
Other Services
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • House-call Physicians and Nurse Practitioners
  • Sick Visits
  • ENT Exams
  • Wound Care

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What You Need to Know About Your Appointment

We are still open 7 days a week, providing mobility assessments. 


In-Home Testing Available


Providers don Personal Protective Equipment before entering the home


Telehealth Visits, Scheduling, and Prescription Refill