Why Private Home Nursing?

Needing one-on-one nursing care does not mean your loved ones have to be in a nursing facility or rehabilitation center.

Our Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses can give your loved ones Skilled Nursing care in the comfort of their homes.

Below is a list of our services. To know which services are the best fit for the case of your loved ones, click here to request a FREE Consultation.

Wound Care

Not all wounds are avoidable. If you or a loved one find yourself dealing with these, it is critical that they are dealt with immediately. These types of wounds are not only painful, they can lead to worse conditions, including: Fever, lockjaw, necrotizing fasciitis, sepsis or loss of a limb. Timely and effective care is essential.

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Medication Schedule
Setup & Maintenance

Your loved one’s health or life may rely on taking prescribed medications.

What happens when Mom starts forgetting those medications, or sometimes worse, forgetting she took them and taking multiple doses? Changes in medication can also make the problem worse. Depending on the medication, missing doses or taking too much could result in confusion, dizziness (and falls), serious medical conditions or even death.

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Even with excellent scheduling, medication often gets forgotten. Some medications can also be difficult to administer to yourself or your loved one correctly.

Regardless of the type of medication (liquid, capsules, suppositories, inhalants, drops, etc.) and route of administration (oral, IV, intramuscular, topical, etc.) our compassionate nursing staff have the expertise and experience to help ensure that medications are given correctly.

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Blood Pressure

As you know may know, high blood pressure can lead to heart failure, heart attacks, and is the leading cause of stroke (and the most significant controllable risk factor).

Blood pressure can change rather quickly due to issues with food and water intake, lack of sleep, undermanaged pain, changes in medication, or even stress and loneliness. Knowing what your baseline is, as well as quickly noticing and responding to changes can prevent dangerous situations and increase the overall quality of life.

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Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes can lead to serious complications like heart disease, stroke, brain damage, kidney disease, or loss of limbs. As we age, it can become more difficult to manage due to memory issues and other factors.

Having someone assist with monitoring blood sugar, medication and nutrition can help eliminate the negative outcomes above, keeping you or your family member in great health and improving their long term quality of life.

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Catheter Insertions
& Maintenance

Catheter insertion is done when your loved one’s bladder is needed to be drained, which is needed in various cases. If your loved one finds themselves dealing with a case that needs an insertion and maintenance, it is critical that they are provided with the necessary help that they need immediately.

Our compassionate and experienced nursing staff can manage inserting and maintaining the catheter. We are able to keep a log of observations and communicate any significant changes as soon as possible.

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Tracheostomy Care

Excellent tracheostomy care is complex, yet extremely vital to avoid health complications.

Beyond breathing issues, inadequate care can result in infections, bleeding from the trach, irregular heart rate. The skin around the trach tube also requires special care. Home tracheostomy care can be extremely difficult for the individual or family caregiver to stomach.

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Colostomy Care

Proper Colostomy Care is vital to avoid complications such as bleeding, swelling, leakage around the stoma, fever, and infection.

Home care can be quite difficult for the individual or family caregiver to stomach.

Our compassionate and experienced nursing staff have been there: we can take the burden off of the family to assist.

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Advanced In-Home

Advanced in-home medical equipment can be difficult or daunting to operate. Whether it’s a heart monitor, pulse oximeter (to track oxygen), a lift chair, etc., the basic operation may be straightforward, but what if adjustments need to be made, or something goes wrong?

You may decide that you want or need a trained professional to operate the equipment, help make adjustments, and ensure that it’s clean and running properly.

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