Highly Skilled Care at Home

Guardian Angels + Elim Home Care & Hospice brings compassionate, highly skilled care to you in the comfort and privacy of your own home. We provide peace of mind while meeting increased demand for home-based nursing and supportive care.

As a faith-based organization, we believe that it is our calling and our responsibility to provide the highest standard of care for our seniors. We uphold our values in all that we do. We are compassionate, accountable, and respectful as we meet our standard of excellence. Guardian Angels + Elim Home Care & Hospice is consistently named in the top 25 percent of home care agencies nationwide for our excellent outcomes.

We provide skilled care that includes chronic disease management, therapy, and private pay services in your home. We currently serve seniors in the following Minnesota counties: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Mille Lacs, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Washington, and Wright.



Community Features

Our highly trained nurses work under the direction of a physician to provide:

  • Medication management

  • Health and chronic disease education

  • Wound care

  • Evaluation and planning for health care needs

  • Coordination with family, physicians, and other health professionals

Home Health Aides

Make every day safer and more comfortable with the assistance of a capable, compassionate home health aide for services such as:

  • Bathing and daily hygiene

  • Dressing and grooming

  • Exercise

  • Medication reminders


Caring, experienced professionals provide:

  • Physical therapy

  • Occupational therapy

  • Speech therapy

Contact us by calling 763-241-0654.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is home care?

A: “Home care” encompasses a wide range of health and social services. These services are delivered at home to recovering, disabled, chronically or terminally ill persons in their own homes. Their needs may be medical, nursing, social, therapeutic treatment and/or assistance with the essential activities of daily living.

Home care services can be provided in the client’s home, which is any place they define as “home.” This may be a single-family dwelling, apartment, assisted living facility, group home, residential housing facility, adult day care, or congregate living environment in which the client's basic needs are met.

When is home care beneficial?

Home care is the most-often requested type of health care service for those recuperating from an illness or surgery, or as an alternative to long-term institutional care. Home care is beneficial when it allows the client privacy and empowers clients and family to manage their health needs on an ongoing basis. Family members often require additional support and education in order to provide the best possible care for their loved one.

Home care is determined to be valuable when the client care is provided safely within the physical means of the environment and safety of the client.



Q: How does Home Care work?

A: Skilled home care offers restorative services to help people recover from an acute illness, or manage a chronic illness.  These services are offerred based on meeting criteria.


Q: What is the purpose of home care?

A: To offer personal and specialized care that help individuals maintain their independence, while relying on the expertise of trained professionals.


Q: How do I qualify for skilled home care services?

A: To qualify you must be under the care of a physician, the physician must certify that you have a skilled need (meaning you need a RN, or physical therapist), that you are homebound (difficult for you to leave the home), and the physician must write an order for those services. 


Q: Who pays for home care services?

A: Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance, Work Comp, and some LTC Insurance.


Q: How often does a home care professional come to the home?

A: Visits are intermittent.  Most visits are once a day a few days a week depending on how many services are involved.  The visit usually lasts from 1-2 hours in length.  


Q: What Makes Guardian Angels † Elim Home Care and Hospice Different?

A: We are a Christian non-profit organization that provides services at an affordable price. In addition, we are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health and Medicare certified.  Our clinicians are Chronic Disease Management Certified.

We can provide non skilled private pay services as well (bath visit, med set-up, homemaking).


**If you do not qualify for services covered by Medicare or insurance, you have the option to pay privately for custodial services.   Call 763-241-0654 for more information.

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