Skilled Nurses provide a variety of services including disease management, post-surgical care, and wound care. Experienced case managers will coordinate and guide each patient’s overall plan of care.
Home Health Aide
Certified Home Health Aides provide assistance with bathing, dressing, light meal preparation, and minimal household tasks.
Physical Therapists help patients recover from fall injuries, joint replacement surgeries, general rehabilitation, and stroke related disabilities.
Occupational Therapists assist patients in learning how to perform activities of daily living skills such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting.
Speech Language Pathologists assist patients who are having difficulty with cognition, swallowing, and other speech and language deficits.
Medical Social Work
Medical Social Workers assist patients in connecting with resources in the community to include: housing, transportation, caregiver assistance, and medications.
Primary Home Care
Primary Home Care services allow patients to continue to live in the comfort of their home while having a caregiver help assist with activities of daily living and household chores.