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1/26/2017 12:00:00 AM EASTERN
Updated: 1/27/2017 10:11:25 AM EASTERN
For more information, contact Kari Kurtz.
Home Health, Hospice & Homemaker services moved to Main Street
Cole Home Health team

(Pictured: Bonnie Kratzer; Karen Dubots; Erin Schweikart; Amy Greene; Amy Powell & Theresa Burdick of Cole Memorial help with the move.)  


For over 25 years Cole Memorial’s Home Health, Hospice and Homemakers teams have provided care to Potter County and surrounding areas.  During the past few years their office was located beside the PA Careerlink building at 279 Route 6 West in Coudersport but moved on January 25 to the Zito Media facility at 102-108 South Main Street.

The agencies’ staff of approximately 70 highly-skilled healthcare professionals and volunteers will remain the same and their telephone/fax numbers will not change.  Most major health insurance plans will continue to be accepted including Medicare and Medicaid.

Cole Memorial’s, Joint Commission Accredited Home Health & Hospice agency, provides a full-range of 24-hour healthcare services for patients of all ages in their homes, including:
• Nurse services managed by a registered nurse
• Coordinated care with your medical provider
• Home Health Aides for daily living activities
• Hospice
• Infusions
• Medical social work
• Rehabilitation services
• Palliative care and caregiver support
• Medical equipment, oxygen and supplies delivered to homes from Cole Care.

The Cole Memorial Homemakers program is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health to offer individuals help with bathing and other nonmedical personal care needs. They also offer home support, which includes light housekeeping, meal preparation and errands.

For more information, call 814-274-0384 or visit