Office Phone: (630) 655-3204

eFax: (630) 786-3141
Fax: (630) 655-7262

help@unitedcaregivers.com

Medical Care

United CareGivers nursing staff specializes in disease management and education. They provide skilled services for patients, supervise other caregivers and coordinate patient care with their physician.

Skilled Nursing

Our nurses (RN and LPN) provide these services:

 

Intermittent Skilled Nursing
Patient Observation & Assessment
Follow-up Surgery Care
Catheter Care
Tracheostomy Care
Ostomy Care
Bowel and Bladder Care
Diabetic Care & Management

Cardiac Care & Rehabilitation
Orthopedic Care
Transplant Care
Home IV Therapy
Wound Care
Tube Feedings
Laboratory Blood Draw
Maternal Postpartal Care
Pediatric Care
Alzheimer’s Care
Dementia Care
Disease Process Education
Pain Management
Medication Management

Hi-Tech Nursing

Hi-Tech nursing consists of state-of-the-art central venous access devices, Hickman single, double, and triple lines, midline catheteres, peripheral venous catheters, Broviac catheters (both implanted lines), PICC line dressing changes, TPN (Total Parental Nutrition), and variety of epidural mediports. Hi-Tech nurses come into the patient’s home and instruct and train patient and caregivers to use infusion therapies and maintain access devises. Usually, Hi-Tech nursing patients are cancer patients in need of chemotherapy, transplant patients in need of IV antibiotics or home pain management, and patients who use ambulatory infusion pumps and /or need IV hydration.

Physical Therapy

Through therapeutic exercise, balance activities and ambulation training, our highly skilled physical therapists help patients regain functional mobility and gross motor skills.

Occupational Therapy

Using fine motor, cognitive, perceptual and sensory exercises and tasks, our occupational therapists help patients regain daily living skills.

Speech Therapy

Our speech language pathologist helps patients regain their ability to produce and understand speech as well as facilitate communication skills. They also help patients manage swallowing disorders.

Medical Social Workers

Medical  Social Workers specialize in evaluating the social and emotional factors that affect the ill and disabled. They help patients and their families manage the stress that can be put on families and connect them with the necessary community resources available to them.

Laboratory Services

Physician-ordered tests such as urinalysis and blood tests can be performed at home, with results reported to the doctor immediately.

Home Health Aides

Home Health Aides (in most cases – CNA’s) assist patients in their completion of activities of daily living and personal care. Some are specially trained and competent to deliver more complex services under the direction of a registered nurse.

Who is Eligible for Home Health Care?

A person who:

• is under the care of a physician.

• is homebound and has difficulty leaving the home unassisted;

• is in need of skilled nursing care or rehabilitation services;

• is recovering from a hospital, illness or an accident.

Who Can Initiate Home Health Care Services?

• Doctors

• Patients

• Family & Friends

• Social Workers

• Discharge Planners

• Call Us at (630) 655-3204 or Fax Your Request/Referral at (630) 655-7262 or (630) 786-3141

Our Staff Are:

• Carefully Screened with Background Checks
• Bonded & Insured
• Randomly Drug Screened
• Fully Compliant with HIPPA Regulations



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