Our skilled nursing service provides care and/or rehabilitation services to the injured, sick, or disabled individuals until they recuperate in the comfort of their home.
Many people use a skilled nursing service for rehabilitation purposes where hospitals make arrangements for follow-up care after a patient’s acute hospital stay. When a patient is discharged from the hospital, the doctor usually recommends the patient to a skilled nursing service where they can get hands-on nursing care. Skilled nursing facilities provide care for patients who are in need of intense skilled medical care.
Here are some examples of services provided by skilled nursing:
- Post-hospital and post-surgical care
- Individualized care plans
- Rehabilitation services
- Wound care
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
The main goal of a skilled nursing is to prepare care plans that help patients reach their health goals as soon as possible. When you first enter a skilled nursing service, a team of nursing staffs from different medical backgrounds will prepare your care plan. You will be thoroughly evaluated and the information gathered from you will play a vital role in assessing your condition and treating you.