Skilled Nursing Solutions
Our skilled nurses are completely dedicated to meeting the needs of our patients. Our nurses conduct initial patient assessment visits, and develop and implement patient care plans, working in conjunction with your physicians and other healthcare providers involved in the patient’s plan of care. We pride ourselves in having the most courteous and well-trained skilled nurses in the home healthcare industry.
Our skilled nurses must be currently licensed by the Board of Nursing in the State of Missouri, and we also require a minimum of one year of hospital, nursing home or public health nursing for all members of our staff.
Our Skilled Nursing Services Include:
* Cardiovascular and Cardiopulmonary Care
* Medication and Diet Instruction
* Foot Care
* Wound Care
* Catheter and Ostomy Care
* Disease and Diabetic Management
Our Assessment Process:
When a patient is interested in care for themselves or a loved one, our representatives are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help. We will conduct an initial phone assessment and evaluate the most appropriate services for their unique needs.
Once we have all necessary information, Med Plus HealthCare will conduct a Case Conference to determine the most appropriate treatment plan recommendation. Our Intake Coordinator will then work in direct conjunction with the patient’s physicians and other health care providers to receive their orders and coordinate our services directly with their Plan of Care. We also contact and verify the insurance provider/payer source (i.e. Medicare, private insurance, etc.).
We will then send our Registered Nurse to the patient’s home to complete a full physical assessment. If additional services are determined to be needed, the Registered Nurse will then communicate with the patient’s doctors or other healthcare providers to coordinate the appropriate care.
Throughout our patient’s healthcare service, our team members are dedicated to providing professional and compassionate care, tailored to meet their individual healthcare needs.