Your care team will begin with an initial visit at your location. In this meeting, your care team will learn about your illness and other health issues, your goals, and the level of support you have from your family and caregivers.
Based on this information, your personal care plan will be our guide that includes:
- Medication Management
- Symptom Management
- Disease Management
- Coordination with other medical specialists
- Communication with family and caregivers
- Coordination of in-place care and support services
- 24/7 support, including telemedicine services with videoconferencing and real-time monitoring and interpretation of physiological data
Your needs will likely change over time – and your care plan will change to support those needs with comfort and convenience.
You will now have access to our care team any time of the day or night, including weekends and holidays.
We are your first point of care. Our medical professionals coordinate all preventive and chronic care, working with medical specialists based on your needs. All in the comfort of your current residence or facility.
There are many times immediate care is needed, but doesn’t require a visit to the emergency room. Our care team assesses and treats your symptoms, as well as determines if follow up care is needed.
Our team of hospitalists, physicians whose focus is the medical care of hospitalized patients, work with the entire hospital-based care team to manage your hospital stay.
As illnesses progress hospice, or end of life, care is recommended. Comfort care allows you to remain home with your family and caregivers.
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