Home healthcare services

Home healthcare services

Home Healthcare: High-Quality Medical Attention in the Comfort of Your Home

Choosing to receive care from home healthcare workers allows patients to receive high-quality medical attention in the comfort of their own homes. This option provides a more familiar and comforting environment, as opposed to the less personal healthcare or nursing facility setting.


Treatment and Support for Optimal Recovery

Home healthcare services include the delivery of medications and monitoring for any possible side effects. They also offer injections on a daily or weekly basis and application of transdermal patches. Moreover, monitoring of various medical conditions such as blood pressure, pulse rate, body weight, and blood glucose is also included. Patients are provided with continuous training on medication adherence and the use of medical devices, which aids in their goal of promoting patient independence and self-management.


Who requires home healthcare services?

Home healthcare services are typically needed by individuals who are ill, elderly, recovering from an injury or surgery, or living with a chronic medical condition. These individuals may require assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming, as well as skilled medical care such as wound care, medication management, and monitoring of vital signs.

Home healthcare services may also be beneficial for those who wish to remain in the comfort of their own homes while receiving medical care, rather than being admitted to a hospital or nursing facility.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

We do not provide support for routine tasks such as cooking, feeding, cleaning, personal hygiene, transferring patients, dressing, arranging transportation, or obtaining blood samples for lab tests. While we always strive to fulfill the unique requirements of each individual, we are not currently equipped to offer assistance in these areas.

Patients who require home healthcare services can receive visits from a nurse to assist with their medical needs. Typically, patients receive one visit per day from a nurse, but there are various options available depending on the patient's specific needs. For the first few weeks, nurses can visit patients 2-3 times a day to ensure they are receiving the necessary care and support. After this initial period, the visits can be reduced to once daily. However, if a patient requires more frequent visits, permanent twice-daily visits can be arranged.

On the other hand, for those patients who require less frequent visits, arrangements can be made to accommodate their needs. For instance, a patient who needs a weekly injection can schedule a weekly visit from a nurse to administer the injection and provide any necessary follow-up care. The frequency and duration of nurse visits are tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient to ensure they receive the best possible care and support to manage their medical condition.