We provide a full range of regular and complex support services to client’s medical needs based on these two categories of care:
Regular level of care
In this level of care, assessments and interventions are provided to a person who is considered stable but has episodes of instability that are not immediately life-threatening. This service includes nursing observation, monitoring, assessment, and evaluation to determine appropriate interventions that will maintain or improve the health status of the person.
Complex level of care
Nursing care is provided to a person who is ventilator-dependent and/or requires an intensive level of care as stated by their physician. This level of care is also required for a person dependent on mechanical ventilation for life support for at least six hours a day and expected to be or has been dependent for at least 30 consecutive days.
Other services that may qualify under these two categories of care include but are not limited to:
Specialized Nursing Services
Specialized care for special needs for adult and pediatric clients
Chronic Respiratory Failure
Which includes airway management, tracheostomy, and care for chronic ventilator- or respirator-dependent care patients. Examples: BiPAP, CPAP, and Trilogy
These problems may include GT/JT/NG and Mickey tube
Client with MS needing complete care
Examples: glucose check and insulin administration
Which includes ostomy care/teaching, pressure ulcer, vascular wounds, wound vac, and wet to dry dressing
Which includes set-up, administration, reminders, etc.