Bolin Fuel Oil Propane Donates Vehicle to Horizon Health

Bolin Fuel Oil Propane Donates Vehicle to Horizon Health

Supports growing mobile healthcare program

Casey-based Bolin Fuel Oil Propane is supporting Horizon Health’s growing mobile healthcare program by donating a vehicle for use during in-home medical visits.

Its gift of a Ford F-150 XLT Super Crew 4x4 will bolster Horizon Health’s Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) programs, said Randi Bohannon, Horizon Health Foundation Executive Director. The MIH/RPM program covers a large service territory that includes Clark and Edgar counties.

The Horizon Health Foundation is grateful to Bolin Fuel Oil Propane for this transformative gift, recognizing the substantial impact it will have on the lives of patients and families throughout the region,” Randi said. “It is a testament to the company’s commitment to supporting the wellbeing of the communities in which it operates.”

Bolin Enterprises is a national company that specializes in pipeline and storage tank maintenance. The family-owned business has been at the forefront of disaster relief efforts, supporting communities devastated by major storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, power outages, and other challenges. Bolin Fuel Oil Propane is an additional Bolin company that services homes, farms, and businesses within the central Illinois and western Indiana.

“We are honored to contribute to the Horizon Health program, which is making a profound difference in the lives of many,” said Judy Bolin, President & CEO. “Our commitment to provide resources that help those in need has been a cornerstone of our organization.”

Cody Muchow, registered nurse and paramedic, said the truck is the first vehicle dedicated to the MIH/RPM service. Crews have used their personal vehicles or other Horizon Health vehicles to visit patients.

“We greatly appreciate this donation from Bolin Fuel Oil Propane,” said Cody, who also serves as MIH/RPM program coordinator. “It will help us better serve our patients, especially in rural areas, during snowy and muddy conditions.”


Patients often participate in MIH and RPM at the same time. The goal is to prevent unnecessary or repeated emergency room visits and hospitalizations. RPM serves 110 patients per month, while MIH records 130 patient visits per month.

MIH provides in-home medical visits for people with chronic and complex medical conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, and COVID-19. MIH visits may occur for up to two weeks after a patient is discharged from the hospital. The service also provides support to patients who face transportation barriers getting to and from medical appointments and those who have social service needs.

RPM enables Horizon Health to monitor patients’ vital signs inside their homes using cellular technology. Patients receive monitoring equipment, which may include a blood pressure cuff, scale, pulse oximeter (oxygen levels), and glucometer (blood sugar levels).

About the Horizon Health Foundation

Horizon Health Foundation is a non-profit entity with the primary goal of supporting Horizon Health's mission in delivering exceptional healthcare services to the region. Through active fundraising initiatives, facilitating the acquisition of advanced medical technology, and working hand-in-hand with Horizon Health, the Foundation strives to enhance healthcare accessibility and quality for the communities they jointly serve. For more information, call 217-465-1234 or email