Visiting Nurses That Come To You.
In the modern world, registered nurses are the indispensable glue that holds the patient’s healthcare journey together. It is a significant part of the patient experience. Whenever someone needs to be cared for, nurses will work tirelessly to help identify and protect the individuals in question.
Nurses have a time-honored reputation for dedication and compassion coupled with a highly specialized profession, continually evolving to address the growing needs of our society. Our registered nurses are some of the best in the business; they are experts at everything from accurate diagnoses to providing ongoing education to family members of loved ones.
Nursing today is both an art as much as it is a science. At its core, there is a fundamental respect for human dignity, regardless of age or the patient’s needs. We employ nurses who don’t only consider test results but instead are trained to look at the so-called big picture. Critical thinking is something we’ve continued to encourage in their process, which allows them to use good judgment to help patients. That is why your aging parents, a sick loved one, or a child who needs constant care are in excellent hands when choosing our registered nurse.
Feel Confident with Highly Educated Nurses
You can trust our registered nurses. They earned a degree from an accredited “School of Nursing.”
All of our professionals have current, active licenses through the state of Florida. Our passionate team will assess your needs and provide treatments.
Rest Assured Knowing You're In Good Hands
Does your parent, older sibling, or close friend need to help with tube feeding or ventilator maintenance?
Sometimes it can be hard on you to watch your loved one suffer.
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• Monitoring overall health
• Medication administration
• Insulin administration
• Blood work
• Trach care / suctioning
• Complex wound care
• Gastric tube care
• Diabetic care
Answers For Your Questions
If highly, medically-involved procedures are required, our registered nurses are here to help. Feel comfortable asking our educated specialists any questions. We immediately address your concerns with honest answers, helpful advice, and ideal recommendations.
How Our Nurses Help Patients?
Generally speaking, all registered nurses will apply the same nursing process and take a proven scientific approach to ensure that patients receive the best treatment. We will walk through these five simple steps when working with patients:
Run an Assessment
Our nurses will assess patients based on an in-depth social, physiological, lifestyle, and economic basis.
Offer a Diagnoses
Providing a diagnosis often requires careful consideration of both the patient’s behavior as well as their physical symptoms. Our nurses are experienced at making sure that the diagnoses provided are as accurate as they can be.
Planning and Outcomes
Our registered nurses will use their experience and expertise to mark realistic recovery goals for a patient. The objectives, also sometimes referred to as milestones, are then closely monitored.
The care plan needs to be accurately implemented, and our nurses will guarantee consistency of care for the patient. Our registered nurses are also responsible for maintaining meticulous documentation of the patient’s progress.
Careful and Close Evaluation
A registered nurse will closely analyze the effectiveness of the devised care plan, as well as study a patient’s response to the program. The nurse will then fine-tune or hone the plan based on the response received to ensure the best outcome.
Elderly Home Care Options – Home Care Registered Nurse
A growing number of elderly adults are choosing to live independent lives, often independent of other family members. However, that’s why it has become essential for family members and caretakers to make important decisions about the elderly’s daily care. Generally, the primary caregivers for the elderly are their children, but they (the children) may have limited time and may not be available to provide the required regular care. That’s why services like ours, with a trained team of registered nurses, can help.
Many may often think about hiring a registered home care nurse. Though the option is viable, it does cost more than others, yet it can be an imperative one if the person needs a home care nurse. That said do you know that your parent or loved one needs a home care nurse for their daily care? We provide a myriad of options beyond registered nurses and can help you choose the right option based on your situation. After all, it is a matter of evaluating your needs. Once we have evaluated your needs, we will then be able to advise if a registered nurse is what your loved one can truly benefit from or if they will be better off with another option.
What does a Home Care Nurse do for Patients?
A registered home care nurse is mainly responsible for providing medical assistance to older people or maybe even anyone who isn’t able to leave home. A home care nurse, in most cases, is a registered nurse or RN, or they can also be a Licensed Practical Nurse or LPN that provides nursing care at the person’s home.
The treatments offered can include respiratory help, wound treatment, diabetes assistance, tracheotomy, colostomy care, and injections, in addition to administering other types of medication. An RN can also provide various other medical-related treatments but not necessarily daily living care.
A registered nurse can be scheduled to visit a patient to check on them. They can daft a daily progress report, check on their health, and then prescribe a form of treatment. They (the nurse) may also prescribe tests if they see the need for it. The decision to run tests and prescribe a given regime is all down to having experience; that’s why we employ only the most experienced professionals.
Registered nurses can also work with another homecare provider like a certified nursing assistant. Certified nursing assistants help people with their daily routines while at the same time liaison with a registered nurse, often implementing treatment plans and diet plans recommended. That’s why in many cases where the patient may have mobility issues owing to an illness, a certified nursing assistant is the best option.
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