SKILLED NURSING SERVICE

Skilled nursing care is a specialized and comprehensive form of healthcare provided by trained and licensed nurses (RN/LPN) to individuals of all ages.

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Available Starting times for Sat, Jun 22, 2024

About Our Skilled Nursing Service

Skilled nursing care is a specialized and comprehensive form of healthcare provided by trained and licensed nurses (RN/LPN) to individuals of all ages. We provide high level care in the comfort of your own home.

These highly trained professionals provide personalized expert medical attention, compassionate support, and invaluable guidance to your loved one to achieve the best possible health outcomes and an improved quality of life.

Services Include:

  • Ambulation- assist the client with walking from one place to another

  • Transfer- assist the client with moving from bed to wheelchair or vice versa

  • Positioning of clients - is used to move immobile clients who cannot sit up or who have appliances or casts that do not fit into a wheelchair.

  • Observation – observe the client for any changes in condition such as but not limited to, signs of pain, change in appetite, weight loss/gain, change in vital signs and change in complexion

  • Assessment - an identification by a nurse of the needs, preferences, and abilities of the client. Assessment includes an interview with and observation of the client by the nurse and considers the symptoms and signs of the condition, the client's verbal and nonverbal communication, the client's medical and social history, and any other information available. Among the physical aspects assessed are vital signs, skin color and condition, motor and sensory nerve function, nutrition, rest, sleep, activity, elimination, and consciousness

  • Wound care - a nursing intervention to prevent wound complications and promotion of wound healing

  • Catheter care – Make sure that urine is flowing out of the catheter into the urine collection bag and no sign of infection.

  • Ventilator care – focused on reducing or eliminating dependence on a ventilator for breathing.

  • IV therapy - is the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein.

  • Diabetic care/teaching – provides quality diabetes care and education for people with diabetes and their families and for those at risk for developing diabetes.

  • Lab blood draws - Removal of blood, usually by venipuncture to provide to a lab for testing.

  • Injections – Using a needle to inject a drug into the client’s body.

  • Colostomy care and teaching - Removing and applying the colostomy pouch. Ensure the area is clean to prevent infections. The nurse shall train the client on how to care for the colostomy bag and area.

  • Tracheostomy care – suctioning of the tracheostomy tube and changing the dressing.

  • Enteral/parenteral feedings care/teaching – delivery of a nutritionally complete feed, containing protein, carbohydrate, fat, water, minerals and vitamins, directly into the stomach.

  • Parenteral feeding - getting nutrition into the body through the veins.

  • Post op/ recovery care – Providing services to the clients based on doctor’s order following an operation.

  • Medication Administration/ Teaching – administering medication to a client and teaching a client about the risks and benefits of the prescribed medication.

  • Medication Monitoring – Ensuring the clients have levels checked as applicable per the medication prescribed; making sure the medication is given as prescribed; refills are completed in a timely; review of different classes of drugs and various physicians are aware of the medications prescribed by each physician.

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