Our nurses/social workers do all these extra services with a lot of time going towards case managing. This increases our quality that we offer and differentiates us from our competition.
- Visits from licensed nurses to manage your illness at your residence and prevent rehospitalization
- Education about illnesses, how they affect activities of daily living and support and/or community resource referrals to promote optimal functioning
- Education about medications, their actions, dosages, and side effects along with set up and management to prevent overdosing or underdosing which are often reasons for repetitive emergency room visits
- Medication administration such as subcutaneous or intramuscular injections or eye drops which are often difficult to teach due to lack of dexterity or loss of memory
- Insulin injections and insulin pump management to promote optimum diabetic health
- Wound care for chronic wounds or post-operative care along with suture or staple removal
- Dressing changes for surgical sites or infusion access sites such as Portacaths, PICC lines, Groshongs or peripheral IVs
- IV infusion for chronic, recurrent illnesses or acute infections
- Catheter care for indwelling catheters or suprapubic catheters
- Ostomy/Colostomy care and bowel programs
- PEG or feeding tube care and management including residual checks to prevent aspiration
- Skilled hospice support for continuous care to maintain comfort in the home and support family the family through the grieving and dying process
Your loved one can now receive trained nursing care at home, where available. In home skilled nursing can help your loved one live comfortably in their home, wherever that may be. Contact us today and see how skilled nursing services can help you and your loved one.