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Infusion Therapy

Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication through a needle or catheter. It is prescribed when a patient’s condition is so severe that it cannot be treated effectively by oral medications. Typically, “infusion therapy” means that a drug is administered intravenously, but the term also may refer to situations where drugs are provided through other non-oral routes.

“Traditional” prescription drug therapies commonly administered via infusion include antibiotic, anti fungal, antiviral, chemotherapy, hydration, pain management and parenteral nutrition.


Medication Administration

Medication Administration

We take medications to diagnose, treat, or prevent illness. They come in lots of different forms and we take them in many different ways. You may take a drug yourself, or a healthcare provider may give it to you. Drugs can be dangerous, though, even when they’re meant to improve our health. Taking them correctly and understanding the right way to administer them can reduce the risks.


Private Duty Services

Private Duty Services

Private duty nursing service is individualized home care for those who need more than typical services, especially patients who need care outside Medicare or private insurance guidelines on a long-term basis. It can be appropriate for patients of any age, from infants to seniors. Private duty care includes skilled nursing — such as IV therapy, wound care, pain management and diet instructions and companion services like personal care.


Palliative care

Palliative care

Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psycho social and spiritual.

Palliative care:

• provides relief from pain and other distressing symptoms;

• affirms life and regards dying as a normal process;

• intends neither to hasten or postpone death;

• integrates the psychological and spiritual aspects of patient care;

• offers a support system to help patients live as actively as possible until death;

• offers a support system to help the family cope during the patients illness and in their own bereavement;


Feeding tube insertion and changing

Feeding tube insertion and changing

Feeding tube is a medical device used to provide nutrition to people who cannot obtain nutrition by mouth, are unable to swallow safely, or need nutritional supplementation. Placement may be temporary for the treatment of acute conditions or lifelong in the case of chronic disabilities. A variety of feeding tubes are used in medical practice.


Tracheotomy Care

Tracheotomy Care

Tracheotomy is a common procedure in intensive care units, and nurses must provide proper care to tracheotomy patients to prevent complications. One of the most important considerations is effective mobilization of secretions, and a suction catheter is the most important tool for that purpose.

The trachea tube and the skin around the tube need special care. The trachea area should be cleaned once every day or more often, if needed. The trachea ties should be changed weekly or more often, if needed.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a health care profession that provides services to people whose ability to function in daily life has been disrupted. Purposeful activity, therapeutic exercise, special equipment, skills training and environmental modifications are used to maximize the person's ability to attain independence in everyday living.


Skilled Nursing

Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing care is a high level of medical care that must be provided by trained individuals, such as registered nurses (RNs) and physical, speech, and occupational therapists. These services can be necessary over the short term for rehabilitation from an illness or injury, or they may be required over the long term for patients who need care on a frequent or around-the-clock basis due to a chronic medical condition. Examples of skilled nursing services include wound care, intravenous (IV) therapy, injections, physical therapy, and monitoring of vital signs and medical equipment.


Wound Care and Dressing

Wound Care and Dressing

Wounds are injuries that break the skin or other body tissues. They include cuts, scrapes, scratches, and punctured skin. They often happen because of an accident, but surgery, sutures, and stitches also cause wounds. Minor wounds usually aren't serious, but it is important to clean them. Serious and infected wounds may require first aid followed by a visit to doctor. You should also seek attention if the wound is deep, you cannot close it yourself, you cannot stop the bleeding or get the dirt out, or it does not heal.


Post-operative Rehabilitation

Post-operative Rehabilitation

Post surgery rehabilitation is the crucial process of re – establishing muscle strength, joint motion, full joint movement and restore full body strength and functionality, through physiotherapy sessions and exercises. Depending upon the surgical procedure that has one has gone through; the post surgery physiotherapy.


Urine catheterization, Catheter Care and Change

Urine catheterization, Catheter Care and Change

A urinary catheter is a hollow, partially flexible tube that collects urine from the bladder and leads to a drainage bag. Urinary catheters come in many sizes and types. When someone can’t empty their bladder. If the bladder isn’t emptied, urine can build up and lead to pressure in the kidneys. The pressure can lead to kidney failure, which can be dangerous and result in permanent damage to the kidneys.

Most catheters are necessary until you regain the ability to urinate on your own, which is usually a short period of time. Elderly people and those with a permanent injury or severe illness may need to use urinary catheters for a much longer time or permanently.


Colostomy Care

Colostomy Care

A colostomy is a surgically created opening in the abdominal wall through which digested food passes. It may be temporary or permanent. Stool passes through the stoma into a pouch attached to the stoma on the outside of the abdomen. The pouch, stoma, and skin surrounding the stoma require care and maintenance by the patient or caregiver. A pouch is worn over a colostomy to collect the stool passed through the stoma. A colostomy pouch is normally emptied one or more times daily. The pouch itself usually needs to be changed every four to six days. The stoma and surrounding skin need to be kept clean and sanitary.


Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists provide services that develop, maintain and restore people’s maximum movement and functional ability. They can help people at any stage of life, when movement and function are threatened by ageing, injury, diseases, disorders, conditions or environmental factors.

Physical therapists help people maximize their quality of life, looking at physical, psychological, emotional and social well being. They work in the health spheres of promotion, prevention, treatment/intervention, rehabilitation and rehabilitation.


Patient Education to promote independence

Patient Education to promote independence

In this patient-centered care, motivating patients to take charge of their health care is more important than ever. Patients who take a more active role in managing their health are more likely to stick to treatment plans and often experience an improved quality of life.



Our skilled clinicians will provide quality care in the comfort and privacy of your home. We will assess your needs and work with you to achieve optimum results. We are the bridge between your physician and home. We work with your doctor, you and your family to create a plan of care that best meets your needs. In addition to the list below, we are always adding new and innovative services.