What is Medical Home Caregiver?
Medical Home Caregiver is a caregiver with specialized training who is responsible for a variety of tasks. Not only they provide general routine care, such as assistance with dressing, cooking, eating, getting out of bed, but they offer much more.
Do you need someone to monitor your senior’s health condition?
Medical Home Caregiver will report any change in the patient’s condition, such as mood swings, a change in appetite, bruises, breathing difficulties, etc. to family, nurses and doctors. They have basic medical knowledge and assist seniors with measuring blood pressure, blood sugar, checking pulse and body temperature, help patients with artificial limbs.
How to Know Whether You Need Non-medical Home Care or Medical Home Care?
Give us a call and tell us more about your loved one, her/his condition, and needs. Our staff will help you to decide what services they need and if it is necessary to hire Medical Home Care.
Choose the best care for your loved one, improve their quality of life and have peace of mind with our caregivers.
- Ventilator and tracheotomy care
- Care for chronic illnesses and injuries
- Brain and spinal cord injury care
- Orthopedic disorder care
- Diabetes management and care
- Short Bowel Syndrome care
- Genetic disorder care
- Implementing a clinical care plan
- Coordinating home medical equipment, pharmacy, and supplies
- Monitoring vitals
- Measuring height and weight
- Controlling infections
- Preventing pressure ulcers
- Performing dressing changes
- Palliative care
What Medical Home Care Services Next Mission Home Healthcare Provides?
At our agency, Medical Home Care services include but are not limited to:
- Physical Exercises, etc.
Besides these, Medical Home Care services may include:
- Monitoring blood pressure and blood sugar levels
- Checking heart rate and body temperature
- Infection prevention
- Medical observation
- Medical assessments
- Infusion therapy
- Assessing safety risk in homes
- Speech therapy and much more.
In certain cases, caregivers may help patients with specific needs, such as recovering from stroke or cancer, patients with heart disease or dementia.