Home Consultation - Nursing Assessment
The Nursing team will work closely with the patient’s physicians to create an in-home rehabilitation program that will help them manage their disease and improve their quality of life while reducing rehospitalizations.
Under the supervision of an RN, provides close observation of patients. … Provides assistance with activities of daily living, unless the patient needs are such that adverse health consequences are predictable. Supports System and Nursing Strategic Plans, Relationship-Based Care, and Shared Leadership.
Nurse Care for Several hrs.
We have a qualified nursing staff working different shifts during the day according to your needs. These professionals have the highest professionalism in dealing with patients who require various health care needs and services, based on their medical reports while following doctors’ orders throughout their stay with the patient.
Nursing Care - Hourly
From giving injections to assisting with activities of daily living, our nurses are committed to providing quality client-centered experience. A highly qualified nurse will work with you to develop a comprehensive care plan that fits your needs, and respects your wishes. Our goal is to support you and you family, and provide you the care you need to remain at the comfort of your home and thrive within your community.
In Hospital Private Support - Hourly
Find a nurse to provide care to your loved one when they need it the most. A private in-hospital nurse can help provide the extra care and support that you wish for your family. A private nurse will ensure they get the attention the need, and the comfort they deserve. Offering you the peace of mind, and the relieve you need to attend other life commitments
Managing a complex medication regimen can be challenging to patients. Getting help from a certified nurse ensure it’s done safely, and can help avoiding serious medication errors, and unnecessary emergency room visits. A certified nurse can help calculate appropriate medication dosage, administering injections, initiate and maintain and IV infusion, or troubleshoot an IV access.
Wound Dressings - Care
Changing an old wound dressing can be a little tricky, you’ll need to know when to change it, how to remove it, how to clean it, how to replace it, and when to call the doctor. Why don’t you let the nursing team take care of that for you?
Burn Dressings - Care
Burn injuries are very painful and to have them treated by someone who’s inexperienced -even if it’s only bandage changing- can make the pain worse. Leave it to the qualified nurses to take care of your burn dressing.
Giving Injection - Cannula Insertion
Injections can be very painful and sometimes even dangerous. Let the qualified nurses take care of you, our friendly nurses have brilliant distracting tactics that will make you forget all about the pain during your injection.
Nasogastric Feeding Tube application
The nurses are qualified to carry out a successful intubation procedure for premature infants and patients with certain injuries or diseases who may require tube insertion through the nose and into the stomach for feeding and medical purposes.
Gastric (PEG) Tube Care
The nurses are qualified to carry out a successful care procedure for gastric (PEG) tube for who may require stomach feeding and medical purposes.
Tracheal Tube Care (tracheostomy)
The nursing team are experts in the care of the tracheal tube of cleaning and re-installation as well as providing advice and guidance for you to ensure easier breathing.
Colostomy Bag Care
Providing a temporary or permanent solution for waste to leave your body is no easy task, it can take a while to get used to. The expert nurses will happily and patiently assist you with changing, cleaning and applying on your colostomy bag.
Diabetic foot Care
It’s important for diabetics to check their feet every day and make sure their blood circulation is flowing to that area. Otherwise, this could lead to amputation of the foot or even the leg. Diabetic foot care includes how to cut nails, washing your feet every day, moisturizing them, keeping them warm, and monitoring every small change. Specialized nurses can easily detect any concerns and help prevent them before they occur. Also works to take care of your foot in the event of any injury.
Having fragile skin, diseases that require long bed rests or even being old are some of the reasons you may be suffering from bedsores. The nurses can help you with the treatment process which involves reducing pressure on the affected skin, controlling the pain, caring for the wounds, preventing inflammations and infections while maintaining a healthy diet.
Wound and Skin Ulcer Care
Skin Ulcers -if not taken care of- can be threatening to the well-being of a patient and affect his mobility. WeCare help you find the excellent nurses who can prevent, evaluate, and manage your wounds so that they don’t get worse depending on the stage they’re in.
Vital Sign Reading & Checking
Reading vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, heartbeat, blood oxygen ratio, blood sugar, respiratory rate and ECG) gives initial indications of health status and helps in overall assessment and detection of any problems that may occur.
Nebulizer for Asthma & Allergy
Care for those with a pulmonary respiratory problem who need knowledge and know-how in providing treatment, as well as special exercises and advice depending on the situation and medical diagnosis, The nursing team has the ability and experience to provide the most appropriate care.
Foley catheter Care
Does your body have trouble emptying the bladder from urine due to an enlarged prostate or other medical issues? WeCare help you find the excellent nurses who can assist you with handling and changing your foley catheter to relieving your body from this problem.
Pre & Post-Operative Care
Surgeries may require prior or even post care, such as medication, preparation, examination and assessment. WeCare help you with a number of certified nurses to assist you through the whole process from beginning to end, from studying your medical history and explaining surgery complications to providing you with the necessary care afterwards.
Cerebrovascular Accident ``Stroke`` CVA Care
The sudden loss of brain functioning is caused by a disruption of the blood supply to a part of the brain. As a result, temporary or permanent loss of movement, memory, speech, or sensation may occur. WeCare offers a team of nurses with long experience to assist and care for patients, provide support and care from special exercises for each patient as well as help with food, medicine, bathing and other things that the patient may need.
The nurses will help you exercise to prevent any extra health issues during your paralysis like bedsores and so on. They will take care of you, manage your medications, and encourage you to stay active and positive through this phase, whether patient had partial or complete paralysis.
Multiple Sclerosis Care
Multiple Sclerosis disease requires continuous treatment. It needs to be monitored and managed in order to improve the patient’s emotional health. Over the course of the disease, The patient may require a group of specialists during the illness, including the nursing specialist to support you during the rehabilitation process and provide optimal care.
Cerebral Palsy Care
Children with cerebral palsy have special needs. Treatments are mostly handled by your child’s doctors. WeCare offers a dedicated nurses with long experience to assist and care for your child and monitor him up close.
Care for patients with Down Syndrome
Down syndrome is a genetic condition that results in a broad range of cognitive and physical delays. The specialist nursing team is qualified to provide the necessary care.
Midwife - Pregnancy Care
Certified and trained midwives to help you maintain physical, psychological and social safety and provide advice with respect to care for the physical and what you have to do and abstain throughout pregnancy, in addition to your support during labor.
Midwife - Postnatal Care
Educated midwives who understand the elements of physical and mental care and the importance of postnatal care for both the mother and the newborn. Critical issues that midwives may tap into include the transition into parenthood, empowering parents, and the health of their new baby in the healthy correct way; including vaccinations and nutrition and exercises for the mother and the newborn.
In critical cases, the patient needs constant monitoring around the clock to ensure the stability of vital signs and regularity of respiration as will as follow-up of intravenous solutions and receive medicines that maintain stability and prevent the occurrence of any complications, WeCare provides highly skilled nurses with expertise in intensive care departments and the ability to deal with the required equipment such as ventilator machine, cardiac monitoring, vital signs, and suction through tracheal tube, feeding and medication through the feeding tube as per physician prescription.
End of Life Care (Hospice Care)
In the final stages of a terminal illness, it can become evident that in spite of the best care, attention, and treatment, your loved one is approaching the end of their life. We understand that looking after a person who is dying can be stressful, our nurses can provide you with professional compassionate support to foster comfort, alleviate suffering, advocate for adequate relief of discomfort and pain, and assist people in meeting their goals of culturally and spiritually appropriate care.
Awareness & education
The perception is broadened by more knowledge about a particular theme by the stakeholders; it is the best way to understand and provide support when needed.