Private-Duty Nursing Services:
Our private-duty nursing services help people of all ages who need a higher level of care due to physical restrictions, illnesses or chronic medical conditions.
During the initial visit, our registered nurse (RN) will complete a comprehensive RN assessment with you and your loved ones, including an in-depth review of all the medications you are currently taking. The RN will then assist in developing a care plan along with your input that is specific to meet your needs.
ComForCare’s skilled nurses are specially trained to provide wound care services, whether basic or complex. Wound assessments, dressing changes, wound irrigation and negative pressure wound therapy can all be provided by the skilled nurse in conjunction with your physician’s orders for wound treatment.
Intravenous (IV) infusions are provided by a registered nurse (RN) who comes to your home to assist with administration of an IV medication. The RN can also assist with teaching you or your loved one on how to self-administer various IV infusion medications. Common IV medications include intravenous immunoglobulins (IVIG), subcutaneous immunoglobulins (SCIG), antibiotics, biologics, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and hydration therapy.
ComForCare’s skilled nurses can help you or your loved one to care for a tracheostomy. Daily cleaning and suctioning coupled with specialized training in emergency tracheostomy care will help reduce infections and ensure that you or your loved one are safe at all times.
Whether it’s a gastrostomy, jejunostomy or nasogastric (NG) feeding tube, our skilled nurses come highly trained in not only the daily maintenance of your feeding tube but also the administration of various medications, fluids and supplemental nutrition through your feeding tube
ComForCare provides constant oversight while you or your loved one are on a ventilator. Our skilled nurses will manage ventilator alarms such as high pressure and low pressure alarms and will help you to manage all of the equipment that sometimes comes along with home ventilator care. Our skilled nurses work collaboratively with you, your physician, and your durable medical equipment (DME) company that is providing the equipment to your home.