In today’s ever evolving health care field, the trend is for cardiac patients to be discharged earlier from hospitals. Patients now require more private duty home care assistance as they overcome complications that historically have occurred during hospitalization, as well as to successfully complete the overall recovery process.
ElderCare at Home, a licensed nurse registry, understands the challenges of recovering from or living with a cardiovascular disorder. The pre-vetted caregivers we refer can assist cardiac patients with their activities of daily living (ADL’s) and their cardiac private duty nursing needs, and offer the highest level of comfort and care.
In Home Cardiac Care
The rigorously screened independent nurses we refer to clients have the training, education, and expertise to effectively treat patients living with even the most complex cardiovascular disorders including:
- Cardiac Arrest
- Congenital Heart Defect
- Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
- Heart Valve Problems
- High Cholesterol
- Metabolic Syndrome
- Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)
- Post-Surgical Patient
Private Duty Cardiac Nursing Care
ElderCare at Home, a licensed nurse registry, refers caregivers who can provide comprehensive private duty home care services for those cardiac patients that will need some ongoing assistance during the recovery period. A highly skilled geriatric care consultant or registered nurses (RN) can meet with the patient and help the patient determine which services, if any, would be most appropriate. Should the patient require skilled care, skilled private duty nursing referrals of an independent Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), specializing in cardiac care, are available. Home-based cardiac care services can include:
- Complimentary Pre-operative home care consultation
- Complimentary Post-operative home care consultation
Referral of a caregiver who can provide:
- Implementation of post-operative Care Plan
- Dressing Changes
- Medication Management
- Nutritious Meal Preparation
- Diet & Nutrition Instruction
- Education & Disease Management
- Maintenance of a quiet, comfortable environment
- 24 hours per day ~ 7 days per week
ElderCare at Home knows that the last thing a patient needs to worry about is how much this is going cost. A consultant can work with the patient and/or the family to assure that the patient only receives the services they need for only as long as they need it. A caregiver can be referred to provide services for as little as one hour per day, up to 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
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