Home Health Care

Registered Nurses

Skilled nurses make an initial assessment visit to determine the need for service. They are qualified to assist you with home health needs, including administering medications, treatments and dressing wounds. Nurses also teach patients and families how to manage their own care.

Enterostomal Therapy & Wound Care

Nursing services are available by a registered nurse who is specially trained in the management of any type of Ostomy (Colostomy, Ileostomy, Urostomy) pressure sores, wounds and incontinence skin care.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists provide rehabilitation to restore or improve mobility. Registered PT’s provide direct care and also teach patients and their families how to perform rehabilitative exercises.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists provide rehabilitation in language and communication. When the ability to communicate is disrupted as a result of illness, accident or surgery, speech and language pathologists design a program for language retraining.

Home Health Aide Care

Home health certified aides are available to provide personal care. Under the direction of nurses, aides assist with everyday activities such as bathing, dressing, preparing meals, and maintaining the patient’s environment.

In Home Monitoring

Perhaps the greatest benefit of in-home health monitoring is the peace of mind it brings to patients and their families.  Our state-of-the-art technology and monitoring equipment helps patients monitor and manage their healthcare, safely and easily, in the comfort of their own homes.  More

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists provide rehabilitation in activities of daily living. Registered OT’s teach new ways to perform activities used daily in meeting the patients personal needs.

Palliative Care

Care that is focused on relieving pain and other symptoms of serious illness.  The goal is to prevent and ease suffering and to offer patients and their families the best possible quality of life.  Palliative care is not dependent on prognosis and is appropriate at any point in a serious or life-threatening illness.  It can also be provided at the same time as treatment is meant to cure you. More

Registered Dietician

The registered dietician collaborates with nurses and physicians to develop a plan of care for nutritional counseling based on the assessment of the patients needs and the effectiveness of medically prescribed diet.  Teaches patients and families special dietary regimens and nutritional requirements.