Comfort Health knows that when it comes to healthcare, there is no place like home. We are dedicated to providing the best in-home health care services to our community, so our clients can stay where they are while still receiving top-notch care. Comfort Health is locally owned and operated in Rochester, MN, and we are committed to providing dignity, quality, comfort, and integrity to everyone.
Whether you or a loved one want to preserve independence, require different types of therapy, or need more extensive healthcare, it can feel overwhelming to know where to begin. At Comfort Health, we are here to help you every step of the way. Please click the button below if you want help getting started, or contact us if you have any questions or need assistance.
Healthcare has changed a lot over the years, but one thing that hasn't changed is our dedication to family. We were founded by a group of individuals with a great deal of expertise in providing long-term care, and their mission was to build a skilled, hard-working team who they would trust to look after their own family members.
Since 1982, Comfort Health has been helping the community and bringing comfort and support directly to people in their homes. Our history began with family, and it is only fitting that we treat our clients like family too.
Comfort Health believes that everyone deserves quality care, so we have expanded our services to meet the growing needs of our community. Many of our services can be found in the categories below, but please reach out if you don’t see exactly what you need as we can customize care that is right for you.
We're happy to help you learn more about in-home care during a free, no-obligation consult. You can schedule a time online and specify how you would like to be contacted. One of our friendly representatives will gladly answer your questions and go over specific details with you during your scheduled time.
Daughter of a Client
"Comfort Health exceeded my hopes and expectations in providing care for my mother. Mom had many health care needs that proved too challenging for some providers. Also, she could not find her words to communicate verbally, but she communicated very well by expressions!"
Our highly trained staff includes all types of healthcare providers; from registered nurses, to physical therapists, home health aides and licensed practical nurses. Take a look at some of our photos so see just how our team provides care and support to so many in our community. A picture is worth a thousand words!
It's time for one of our favorite holiday traditions, The Festival of Trees!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We talk about some lifestyle tips as well as the importance of Early Detection.
We as humans have a basic caregiving instinct. We care for our young and eventually our young care for us. But what happens when the stresses of work and daily life are piled on top of caregiving? What happens when a caregiver focuses so much on caregiving for others that they forget to take care of themselves?