Licensed nurses assess and monitor the patient's health needs educating patients and caregivers in collaboration with the patient's Primary Care Physician (PCP). Example of nursing care provided in the home: Medication management, Wound care, Ostomy care, Post surgical care, Bowel and bladder management, disease education, urinary catheter insertion/maintenance, injections and infusion.
Physical Therapists help patients regain functional mobility and gross motor skills through therapeutic exercise, balance activities and ambulation training.
Occupational Therapists help patients regain daily living skills by using fine motor, cognitive, perceptual and sensory taks.
Speech Therapist help patients regain their ability to produce and understand speech as well as facilitate communication skills and manage swallowing disorders.
Medical Social Workers
Medical Social Worker specialize in evaluating the social and emotional factors that affect the ill and disabled. By connecting patients and families with community resources the Medical Social Worker helps families and patients manage the stress associated with health challenges.
Home Health Aides
Home Health Aides assist patients in completing their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and personal care including bathing.
- In Home PT/INR Checks
- Swallowing Studies
- Wound Care
- Diabetes Care
- Respiratory Therapy
- Coordination of Durable Medical Equipment (DME)