SERVICES

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Skilled Nursing

A nurse will be assigned as a “case manager” for your care while you are on our service.  He/she coordinates the plan of care your doctor has prescribed for you. We coordinate your care plan with you and members of your family to give you the best care possible and ensure that your goals are met.

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CNA/Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides are the heart of home health, helping you with your daily activities until you are ready to be independent.  Our aides help with therapy-driven exercise, personal care, and grooming needs.  They also bring a positive, caring spirit to every visit.

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Medication Management

Lack of medication management, studies show more than 30% of hospital admissions in the elderly is due to an adverse drug event. Our nurses will reconcile medications and provide medication reminders to minimize potential adverse reactions.

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Our nurses are trained to prevent and reduce avoidable hospital readmissions. It’s critical that agencies identify patients with the highest risk of readmission and reduce costs associated with the readmissions.

IV Therapy

Quad Nurse offers many IV medication treatments, including the following:

  • Anti-infectives (antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, antimicrobials, and Antiemeties)
  • Inotropes (cardiology)
  • Hydration
  • Immunoglobulins (IVIg and SCIg)
  • Immunosuppressives
  • TPN
  • Nutrition – Enteral (tube feeding, and Parenteral)
  • Steroids

Receiving therapy at home, outside the hospital or clinic setting, can be an excellent option for many people. Including those facing a chronic illness, recuperating from surgery, or being treated for an infection. It can be a safe and cost-effective alternative to an extended hospital stay or placement in a nursing home. Also, it can allow individuals to maintain their normal daily activities and keep living life to its fullest.

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Language barriers or difficulty understanding instructions can sometimes be a problem. A client’s failure to understand care instructions almost always leads to noncompliance.  Our caregivers will teach and check for understanding by having the client repeat back instructions in their own words.