286 16th Street Burlington, CO 80807 | Main Number: 719-346-5311, Central Scheduling Phone: 719-346-4862 Toll Free: 1-844-452-2473

KCCMH Employment

Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital is a dynamic, growing organization and we are always searching for exceptional employees to join our team. View a list of job openings currently available at KCCMH.

If you are an extraordinary individual with expertise and talent, we encourage you to fill out our online application, or call and discuss your career interests.
Fax your application to 719-346-4603.

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Home Health


The Home Health Department is located at Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital. Home Health provides skilled nursing, certified nurse's aide, occupational therapy, speech language pathologist, and physical therapy. Insurance coverage is assessed on an individual basis. All patient care is coordinated and supervised by a registered nurse and is provided in the comfort of the patient's home.

Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital

286 16th Street
Burlington, CO 80807
Phone: 719-346-4860
Fax: 719-346-4868

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

Home Health Services Include:


Skilled Nursing (RN) Performs technical procedures, assessments, observation and instruction.

Physical Therapy (PT) assist in motion restoration through a variety of exercises and therapies. Physical Therapy Assistants (PTA's) are also utilized.

Occupational Therapy (OT) The goal of occupational therapy is to help you do what you need to do in everyday life. Occupational therapy practitioners are skilled health care professionals who use research and scientific evidence to ensure that their interventions are effective. With strong knowledge of a person's psychological, emotional, cognitive and social makeup, Occupational Therapy practitioners can evaluate how your condition (or risk of one) is affecting your ability to participate in life and provide ways to overcome any barriers, using a holistic perspective.

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Speech Language Pathologists or Speech therapists provide evaluation and treatment of patients with speech disorders caused by stroke, progressive neurological disorders, head injury, delays in speech and language in children and developmental disorders including:

Aphasia
Apraxia of speech
Articulation problems
Dysarthria· Stuttering
Memory/cognitive communication disorders

When a physician refers a patient to our speech therapist, a one-on-one evaluation is conducted with a thorough treatment plan.

Certified Nursing Assistant assist patients with personal care.

Infusion Support
Wound Care
Ostomy Care
Pre and Post-Operative Care
Health Education
Chronic Disease Management
Medication Instruction
Injections
Catheter Care: PICC, Ports, Urinary foley's
Tube feeding management
Observation and assessment
Complex care plan management and evaluation

Home Health Agency and Caring Hands Hospice Professional Advisory Committee

To learn how you can offer your support to our patients and their families or if you would like to become a volunteer, call 346-4860 or click the link for the Volunteer Application form. Volunteer Application Form

To apply for the Professional Advisory Committee, click the link for the application Patient Family Advisory Council Application