What is the Goal For Home Care Nursing?

What is the Goal For Home Care Nursing?

The goal for home care nursing is to provide patients with the ability to thrive at home instead of needing long-term treatment at an institution. There are a variety of services that home care nurses provide that give patients the ability to recover in the comfort of their own homes. For patients that have recently had surgery, suffered from a stroke, or have a medical issue that requires extensive care, a skilled and licensed home care nurse can help patients through the process of rehabilitation and any other aftercare that is required. 

What Treatments Are Common in Home Care Nursing?

Certified and skilled home nurses can provide a variety of treatments including, but not limited to, intravenous or intramuscular injections for medications to be absorbed quickly, enteral feeding for patients who can’t eat enough to meet their nutritional needs, tracheostomy for patients who need respiratory support, heat treatments for pain relief, regimen for health restoration, and other rehabilitation nursing procedures. Home care agencies have licensed nurses and can provide services that need professional care.

Home Care Nursing With American Advantage 

American Advantage Home Care is an accredited home health agency and has received The Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. We provide certified skilled nursing home care for patients in Southfield, MI, Livonia, MI, Detroit, MI, and the surrounding Michigan Areas. Our licensed home care nurses are dedicated to providing high-quality and personalized healthcare to meet all of our patients’ needs. If you or a loved one requires expert home care nursing please contact us online or call us at 844-4MY-AAHC.

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