Excell Nursing Review has been in existence for 20 years as one of the best known and respected nursing review programs in the nation. We have trained thousands of RN’s and LPN’s/LVN’s to pass the state licensing exams in Illinois and other states.

Excell Nursing Review now introduces its first home health agency, Excell Home Health Plus, staffed by the best professionals in the industry – RN’s, LPN’, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapists, etc.

Skilled Nursing

Our experienced and professional nurses provide a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).

Physical Therapy

Many therapies can be provided at home to speed recovery from illness, injury or surgery including physical therapy.

Whether from a injury or disease, the role of a physical therapist is to help the patient return to maximal function.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on an individual’s ability to perform the broad range of everyday life activities. OT promotes independence by improving the skills required to perform these activities and/or teaching alternative ways to accomplish them.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is training to help people with speech and language problems to speak more clearly. Speech and language therapy helps individuals improve breathing, speaking, or swallowing functioning. Speech therapy focuses on the ability to understand words and the ability to use words to express yourself.

Home Health Aide

Home Health Aides are licensed Certified Nursing Assistant professionals that assist the patient in the activities of daily living and provide basic routine care; such as assistance in eating, bathing, brushing teeth, giving medicine, changing dressing, checking a patient's temperature and pulse rate, and helping with artificial limbs or walking aids.

Medical Social Worker Services

Excel offers medical social workers to help our patients navigate the complex world of healthcare. They can help a patient do everything from find medical care to help find ways to pay for medical care illness or injury. This might include offering advice, acting as a patient advocate, or referring a patient to facilities or programs.