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Home health care by Heritage Health Services. Committed to being the company of choice, providing the highest levels of quality in-home health care.

Why Patients Choose Heritage


Heritage Home Health was referred to me by a friend. They were extremely compassionate, professional, attentive and respectful. They responded to our call in a very timely manner and addressed all of our concerns. Thank you so very much to all those involved with the care of Neil M. in Pocatello. I would highly recommend Heritage Home Health and Hospice.

-Saeid R.

An incredibly caring and attentive staff. They not only try to meet all your needs they anticipate what you might need. Kudos to Patti, Marian, Cassie, Jill and honestly everyone we’ve dealt with.

-Ke D.

I broke my hip and shoulder and these folks are great. They work hard and you can tell they care about you.

-Richard S.

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Heritage Home Health is a Medicare certified home healthcare provider specializing in post-surgical

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Take charge of your blood pressure—a healthier heart can lead to a healthier life. The Surgeon General’s Call to Action provides tools and strategies to control high blood pressure. bit.ly/3nXftk5 #HeartMonth ... See MoreSee Less

Take charge of your blood pressure—a healthier heart can lead to a healthier life. The Surgeon General’s Call to Action provides tools and strategies to control high blood pressure. https://bit.ly/3nXftk5 #HeartMonth

Regularly monitoring your blood pressure, with support from your health care team, can help lower your risk for heart disease and stroke. You can check your blood pressure at the doctor’s office, at a pharmacy, or even at home! bit.ly/2iFB6U5
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Regularly monitoring your blood pressure, with support from your health care team, can help lower your risk for heart disease and stroke. You can check your blood pressure at the doctor’s office, at a pharmacy, or even at home!  https://bit.ly/2iFB6U5
#HeartMonth

National Women Physicians Day falls on February 3, happening on this same day every single year to celebrate the birthday of Elizabeth Blackwell, who was the first female clinician in the United States.

“On February 3, honor the path that female doctors have paved since 1849 as we recognize National Women Physicians Day,” says National Today. “This day marks the birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States in 1849. Dr. Blackwell initiated the movement that helped women gain entry and equality in the field of medicine.”

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National Women Physicians Day falls on February 3, happening on this same day every single year to celebrate the birthday of Elizabeth Blackwell, who was the first female clinician in the United States.

“On February 3, honor the path that female doctors have paved since 1849 as we recognize National Women Physicians Day,” says National Today. “This day marks the birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States in 1849. Dr. Blackwell initiated the movement that helped women gain entry and equality in the field of medicine.”

Thank you for all that you do!!

February is American Heart Month. Raise awareness about heart health and urge those around you to prevent heart disease. #OurHearts are healthier together! #HeartMonth ... See MoreSee Less

February is American Heart Month. Raise awareness about heart health and urge those around you to prevent heart disease. #OurHearts are healthier together! #HeartMonth

This Friday is National Wear Red Day! Remember to wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. Together we can have a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke. #WearRedandGive ... See MoreSee Less

This Friday is National Wear Red Day! Remember to wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. Together we can have a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke. #WearRedandGive
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Our Locations


Pocatello

1009 W Quinn Rd
Pocatello, ID 83202
Phone: (208) 238-0088
Fax: (208) 238-0055

Twin Falls

1219 Cheney Drive West
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: (208) 410-4040
Fax: (208) 410-4044