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Get expert guidance from a visiting nurse in the comfort of your home

Our visiting nurses help you & your family manage your conditions better – at home

Get clear, compassionate medical support…right in your home

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Quality in-home care is no easy feat: between medications, appointments, wound care and dressings all the details have to be in place.

Even if you’re getting care from a highly capable aide or loved one, you still want to have immediate access to a skilled medical professional.

That’s why our nurses are here for you.

Every Preferred patient gets a registered nurse (RN) to carefully monitor their progress and make sure their aide is giving the absolute best care.

Your nurse will:

Assess your medical situation and care

Teach you about your conditions + treatment so you can be an involved decision-maker.

Make sure you're getting the treatment you need.

Give your aide or family member detailed instructions for how to care for you

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I was recently discharged from the hospital. I was very sick and needed help. Preferred sent me a temporary aide. I was so happy with her personality and service that I requested she be assigned to me permanently – and she was!

Responsible, professional and devoted. “My father has Parkinson’s and he was living alone. He could no longer be in the kitchen because of the shaking – it was dangerous. Preferred sent us an aide, and we’re very happy: he is responsible, professional, and devoted. He really understands my fathers needs.”

Carol Williams, Westchester, NY

WHAT WE DO FOR YOU

"What will my in-home visiting nurse do for me?"

Make a care plan & manage your medications

No two people are the same – and no two care plans should be the same. Your nurse will create a clear plan of care for your aide, ensuring that every part of your day is poised to enhance your health and wellbeing.

If you find your medications confusing and overwhelming, your nurse can make things more manageable. They can:

Pre-pour medications into your pill box, so you don't have to struggle each morning

Educate you about your medications, so you understand what they do and what side effects to look out for

Reconcile your medication orders to the ones you've been taking - making sure there are no omissions, duplications, dosing errors, or drug interactions

Your nurse will always make sure you understand why you are taking each medication on your list.

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Coordinate your medical team

There are so many players in your medical care — and everyone’s got to be on the same page. Your nurse will be your proactive communicator and coordinator, making sure that nothing falls through the cracks.

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Educate you and your family

When it comes to your health, everyone’s got to be on board. Your nurse will help you and your family understand your condition better – and learn how to manage it with confidence and ease. We encourage you and your family to be active, empowered decision-makers.

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Create a safe home environment

Did you know the slips & falls are the #1 cause for injury among mature adults? Your nurse will examine your home to make sure it’s optimized for YOU: no clutter, no dark spots, no fall hazards.

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Assess your health regularly

Who will be there to monitor your health in between medical appointments? Your nurse will assess you regularly at home, making sure your doctor’s treatment plan is yielding the results you need.

Medical Dilemma?

Not sure what to do? Need to speak with a nurse?

Not a problem: you can just pick up the phone!

Our registered nurses are on call 24hours a day to answer questions, review reports, and provide clear direction to your aide.

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NURSING FAQS

Frequently asked questions about registered nurses

Registered nurses provide more complex medical care. A nurse can help monitor your treatment plan and make sure you stay on track. They’ll take care of things like:

  • Clinical assessments
  • Injections
  • Medication management
  • Catheter dressing
  • Wound care
  • Patient/family education

A registered nurse can take care of things like:

    • Hospital aftercare
    • Post-operative care
    • Pharmacy coordination for medications
    • Skin care
    • Trach/vent care
    • Routine monitoring of vitals
    • Pain management
    • Infusion/IV therapies
    • Lab draws
    • Tube feeding
    • Central line and port maintenance
    • Specialized care plans for conditions like diabetes, dementia, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, and others.
    • Teaching the family or patient…
      • about new, unfamiliar diagnoses
      • how to use prescribed equipment
      • how to manage chronic diseases at home

Just give us a call! Our registered nurses are on call 24 hours a day to answer questions, review reports, and provide clear direction to your aide.

A nurse is assigned to every one of our cases, so you’ll have a dedicated nurse who will visit your home at regular intervals. You — or your family member or home health aide — can always call them with questions.

Absolutely. Our nurses are available to check up on you at home. They can even coordinate with your doctor and pharmacy for any concerns, and help you avoid long trips to a hospital or medical office for routine matters.

That’s why we’re here! Call us now and we’ll help you arrange services quickly and easily. Our coordinators are trained in navigating the complex medical world and are committed to making it happen for you, quickly.

Get in-home nursing services now

Call now at 855-742-6369, or fill out this form and a member of our team will contact you within 24 business hours.