Skilled home health nursing is for patients that require healthcare services and treatments that can only be administered by registered nurses and nurse assistants. Skilled nursing is regulated by the U.S. Department of Health as well as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to ensure that. Receiving medical care in a home environment can be more comfortable as opposed to a hospital setting.
Home Care Nursing Treatments
There are several different types of treatments that need to be performed by licensed nurses in patient’s homes. If someone has recently gone through surgery, suffered from a stroke, or any other medical issue that requires extensive aftercare, a skilled nurse can aid in rehabilitation and any other care that is needed for recovery. Treatments include intravenous or intramuscular injections and intravenous feeding, Nasopharyngeal and tracheostomy aspiration, extensive decubitus ulcers or other widespread skin disorders, Heat treatments, rehabilitation nursing procedures, and more.
Certified Home Care Agency for Quality Health Care
Home health agencies can earn accreditation and certification for their services. Health organizations that are committed to quality patient care evaluate these agencies. The Joint Commission is one of these highly regarded organizations. The Joint Commission requires nothing less than excellence for an agency to earn The Gold Seal Of Approval. Accreditation holds health agencies to a high standard of quality patient care. Quality home care is just as effective as care provided at assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities.
Skilled Home Care Nursing with AAHC in Livonia, MI
American Advantage Home Care provides certified skilled home care nursing. We provide certified home health care services to patients in Livonia, MI. Our licensed in-home nurses truly care about providing quality personalized healthcare to all of our patients. If you or a loved one is in need of expert in-home nursing care please contact us online or call us at 844-4MY-AAHC to set up an appointment and ask any questions you may have.