About Us

As a mission-driven organization, Recover Health strives to embed our mission and guiding principles in every interaction. We are a Medicare-certified home health agency providing a full range of home care services, including skilled nursing, physical, occupational and speech  therapy. With offices throughout Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin, we care for over 5,400 children, adults and seniors annually. We provide exceptional care allowing individuals to remain at home and live as independently as possible. 

Mission & Philosophy
Guiding Principles
Mission & Philosophy
Our mission is to create relationships that make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.
Recover Health is a company of caring individuals with compatible values, whose drive and desire are to be part of something greater than themselves. It is our vision to recruit and retain only those individuals who are inspired by the same beliefs and values, and who intend to sustain relationships that make a difference in the lives of those we take care of, work with, and encounter in our business activities.
Guiding Principles

Recover’s Guiding Principles are a set of commitments and beliefs that guide clinical practice, decision making, staff performance, and business strategy.

We are committed to:

  • Bringing leadership to home care and integrity to business in every community we serve and in every way we operate.
  • Building the cornerstones of our business on a strong foundation of service to
  • Maintaining a company culture that encourages entrepreneurial spirit, shares its success, and values each individual’s contribution.
  • Leading by example and creating a highly ethical environment, attracting staff who deal honestly in every transaction and respond honorably in every interaction.
  • Making decisions that support the client’s welfare and are financially responsible for the organization.

We believe in:

  • Using candid, respectful communication, promoting consistency in word and action, and supporting individuals to say what they mean and mean what they say.
  • Listening and responding to the voices of customers and co-workers.
  • Making a difference together using skill, hard work, and an affinity for learning, laughter, and goodwill.
  • Sharing a sense of purpose with professionals and paraprofessionals who are talented, competent, and love what they do.

“Our goal is to help individuals age successfully in their homes. One of the ways we are achieving our goal is by building unique partnerships with health care providers. This creates the opportunity for coordination of services and allowing all to give greater care to our clients.” Greg Von Arx, CEO

Interested in partnering with Recover Health? Contact our Business Development team at 952-926-9808 to get the conversation started!


ICARE is Recover Health's roadmap to living out our mission on a daily basis. 

Our Recover at Home Program Reduces Hospital Readmissions


As a leader in post-acute care, Recover Health has developed a strategic approach to reducing hospital readmissions. Recover at Home is an evidence-based program that utilizes best practices to keep patients at home following a hospital discharge.

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    Comprehensive Medication Review

    Recover Health offers a Comprehensive Medication Review of a client’s prescriptions and over the counter medications. During this review, our pharmacy team will assess medications for potential side effects and interactions. As a result of this unique service, Recover Health clients who receive a Comprehensive Medication Review, have seen a 58% decrease in hospitalizations.

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    Confident Steps

    The components of our Confident Steps Fall Prevention Program include a Home Safety Evaluation, Education, and access to a Recover Health Pharmacist. Each member of the home care team is highly trained on the program.

  • Client Centered Care

    Our client centered care model revolves around supporting our clients in reaching their individual healthcare goals by: 

    • Developing a customized Self-Management Plan
    • Educating on early warning signs & symptoms to prevent re-hospitalization
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    Transition of Care

    Recover Health's discharge planning facilitates a seamless transition home, including:

    •  Client consultation prior to discharge
    •  Recover Health Welcome Packet
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    Clinical Interventions

    To meet our client's goals, our team utilizes the following interventions:

    • Stop & Watch - all staff trained on re-hospitalization warning signs & symptoms
    • Daily risk assessment call for up to 30 days

Our Executive Leadership

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Greg Von Arx


Greg Von Arx, Chief Executive Officer, is experienced in all aspects of healthcare provider organizations and closely-held corporations, having demonstrated the ability to implement financial systems that take into consideration the intricacies of highly regulated industries. In his eight years as Chief Financial Officer with a large home care provider, Greg directed the consolidation of twelve acquisitions and oversaw the growth of the company from $15 million in revenue to over $200 million in revenue. Greg has more than 30 years of industry experience in the ownership and management of healthcare services providers. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Kara Von Arx

Kara Von Arx


Kara Von Arx, Chief Operating Officer, has over 25 years of progressive management experience within complex healthcare organizations. Her operational experience includes multi-facility management in home health, long-term care, assisted living, and supplemental staffing. In her four years as Chief Operating Officer with a nationwide home care organization operating over 140 offices, Kara was responsible for overseeing fast-paced growth, improved regulatory compliance, and enhanced customer satisfaction. For ten years, Kara acted as the Administrator of four long-term care facilities and the Director of Marketing for 114 facilities in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, and Nebraska. She has been a licensed Long-Term Care Administrator for over 30 years with a Master’s Degree in Human Services Planning and Administration from the University of Minnesota-Mankato.

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Sue Reading


Sue Reading, Compliance Officer, is an accomplished professional bringing over 25 years of leadership across the healthcare continuum, with particular expertise in long-term care, subacute care, and home care. Having served in roles such as Regional Consultant, Vice President of Operations, Chief Development Officer, Principal in a consulting firm, and President/Owner of a life coaching practice, she has successfully helped individuals and organizations translate their vision into policies and programs needed for success.  Sue has extensive expertise in consulting services, program development, and performance improvement. Her background includes development and implementation of compliance programs including quality improvement processes and strategies designed to monitor fraud and abuse. Sue is known for her ability to perceive nuances, identify core issues, and facilitate alignment with diplomacy and integrity. She is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and a Registered Nurse.

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Joe Christenson


Joe Christenson joined Recover Health in December 2015 as Chief Financial Officer. Joe has previously served in senior financial management and leadership roles in three companies working in the areas of home health care, medical devices, and manufacturing automation. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from St. Olaf College and his MBA in Finance from the University of Michigan and started his career working in commercial banking. Joe brings vast experience leading teams working on a broad range of financial, legal, technical, strategic and management issues. Upon joining Recover Health, Joe commented, “Recover Health is an extremely well-run organization, but more importantly, it places its commitment to provide outstanding patient service as the first priority."

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Janet Fehler

VP of Operations

Janet Fehler, Vice President of Operations, RN has parlayed many roles within the healthcare industry into her current position of VP of Operations. She brings over 25 years of experience ranging from being a PDN Nurse to a State Director. She has developed and implemented many items including policies and procedures, compliance with state and federal regulations, human resource management, financial administration and promotion of services.

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Jan Daly

Director of Therapy Services

Jan Daly, Director Therapy Services, has a clinical background that includes 20 years as the Director of ILS (Independent Living Services) and ten years as the Director of Home Care Therapy (Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy). Before this, Jan was the Supervisor of Occupational Therapy at Courage Center. Her treatment emphasis has been with clients who have Cognitive and Behavioral Health diagnoses. The last 20 years of service have been committed to the management of home care programs that support clients in living successfully in their homes and communities regardless of their diagnoses.