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Skilled Nursing

Licensed nurses assess and monitor the patient’s health-care needs, educate patients and caregivers and collaborate with attending physicians to promote continuity of care. Some examples of nursing care provided in the home: Medication management, wound care / ostomy care, post surgical care, bowel and bladder management, understanding a new disease process or diagnosis, urinary catheter insertion/maintenance, injections, infusion therapy, parenteral feedings and care.

Private Duty

In-home care is one of the greatest long-term needs for seniors with chronic illness or for those who are unable to attend to themselves. Private duty home care is one option that may fit your loved one’s needs. This type of home care can come from an agency or you may hire a private caregiver. The question is: What is private duty home care?

Private duty home care is just a sub-set of general home care. Caregivers can provide a broad range of services, from medical and nursing care to bill paying and transportation services. Their goal is to provide whatever the senior and their family needs in order for them to remain independent in their own homes.

Physical Therapy

Through therapeutic exercise, balance activites and ambulation training, our physical therapists help patients regain functional mobility and gross motor skills.

Speech Therapy

Our speech language pathologists help patients regain their ability to produce and understand speech as well as facilitate communication skills. They also help patients manage swallowing disorders.

Occupational Therapy

Using fine motor, cognitive, perceptual and sensory exercises and tasks, our occupational therapists help patients regain daily living skills.

Medical Social Workers

Medical Social Workers specialize in evaluating the social and emotional factors that affect the ill and disabled. They help patients and their families manage the stress that can be put on families and connect them with the necessary community resources available to them.

Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides (HHA) assist patients in their completion of activities of daily living (ADL’s) and personal care. Some are specially trained and competent to deliver more complex services under the direction of a registered nurse.

Additional Services

Diabetes Care

Medical Equipment/DME

Pulse Oximetry & Arterial Blood Gas

Enterostomal Therapy

Respiratory Therapy

Pain Management

Pathology Services

Wound V.A.C. Therapy

Infusion Services

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Private Duty


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