1200 Collins Ave,

Mandan, ND 58554, USA

(701) 663-5373

Keeping home an option!

  • Post-surgical care
  • Tracheotomy
  • Ventilator
  • Open wounds
  • Feeding tubes
  • IV therapy
  • Infant or child medical care
  • Medication administration

Services


​At DTN Home Care, we are passionate about the well-being and interests of all people in need of or giving care. Our purpose is to provide quality, affordable in-home care for families and their loved ones.

  • Elder care
  • Safety supervision
  • Medication reminders and management
  • Personal care such as bathing/hygiene assistance
  • Companion care
  • Respite care
  • Meal preparation
  • Housekeeping
  • Shopping and other errands

You will be pleasantly surprised by our affordable hourly, daily and monthly rates. We provide services throughout the entire state of North Dakota, including rural areas.

To inquire about in-home healthcare from DTN Home Care and receive a free consultation, call (701) 663-5373.

Dakota Travel Nurse Home Care offers services tailored to our clients’ specific needs, including:


  1. Skilled Nursing Care

  2. Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA)

  3. Post-Surgical Care

  4. Companion Care

  5. Respite Care

  6. Housekeeping

Skilled nursing service—care that must be performed by a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN)—is our primary area of concentration. Skilled nursing care must be ordered by a physician.

Every situation is different. DTN Home Care assigns an experienced registered nurse to visit your home, to evaluate and assess the patient’s and family’s needs. We work with the patient, family and home care staff to draft and implement an individualized plan of care.


Additional In-Home Care Services:

Skilled Nursing Services for assistance with:

Dakota Travel Nurse Home Care, Inc

In-home healthcare is clinically proven, cost-effective and patient-preferred in most cases, including:



  • a patient recovering from surgery, an accident or an illness
  • a cancer patient undergoing out-patient treatment
  • an individual with a chronic condition requiring ongoing care
  • seniors who need assistance with the chores of daily living
  • a person suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s
  • a family member care giver in need of respite care
  • a patient on hospice or end-of-life care