Services begin at the hospital or other health care facility with our staff working closely with health professionals to assure a smooth transition for patients returning home. All aspects of care are addressed and coordinated with you, your family and your doctor.
Under the direction of your physician, a registered nurse will visit you and provide a thorough assessment. As a case manager, she/he will work with you to meet your goals, provide hands-on care, as well as teach, support and identify other services you may need.
Our nurses have expertise in many areas, including:
Medical Social Services
- Disease Management
- Medication Management
- Diabetic Care
- Cardiac Care
- Wound Care
- Post Surgical Care
- Maternal/Child Care
Licensed social workers can assist you by identifying community services such as Meals on Wheels, Adult Day Care and transportation. They can also help you and your family address financial concerns, housing issues and long term care placement, if needed.
Certified Home Health Aides
Following a nursing assessment, the nurse will determine your need for a certified home health aide. An aide may assist you with activities of daily living, including personal care, bathing, grooming, dressing, meal preparation and personal laundry. A registered nurse will continue to supervise your care.
A registered dietitian educates patients to understand food options and how to choose, shop for and prepare meals to meet dietary restrictions and food preferences.