Services We Offer
These services are available in the north Texas region.
Registered and Licensed Nurses provide overall management of patients’ medical needs, which includes educating patients and their caregivers about medications, diet, and healthy living. Registered Nurses works closely with the patients’ physicians and keeps doctors informed of the patients’ progress.
Physical Therapists assist patients rebuild their strength and endurance following an illness or surgery. Physical Therapy includes instruction to patients and their families, care for hip and knee joint replacements, and patient exercises to rebuild strength, balance, and endurance.
Occupational Therapists help patients regain independence in their activities of daily living, including dressing, grooming, and eating. Occupational Therapy is especially helpful during recovery after strokes or injuries of the arm or hand.
Speech Therapists are trained to help patients with improvement of speech and treatment of swallowing disorders. Our Speech Therapists are especially helpful during recovery from a stroke or other neurological problems.
Certified home care aides assist patients with activities of daily living including bathing and grooming, working with and under the supervision of Registered Nurses and Therapists.
Board-certified social workers help patients by assessing their needs and evaluating their qualifications for available community resources.
Rehabilitation focuses on helping patients regain function and as much independence as possible after a stroke, surgery or injury. This includes learning to live with changes to the brain or body caused by the illness or injury.
Our home care providers are trained to assist patients with daily living 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We pledge to be there when you need us for your home health care needs.
Wound and Ostomy Care are overlapping functions focusing on the treatment of wounds from injury or disease, as well as care after surgery related to the removal of waste from the body.
Infusion Therapy involves fluid and medication infusion, usually through intravenous injection. This may include administering antibiotics, parenteral nutrition, hydration, pain management and chemotherapy.
PT/INR involves tests and review of the results focused on blood clotting and bleeding disorders. These may be related to illness such as liver disease or of factor deficiencies in the patient.
Pain Management focuses on the treatment of acute or chronic pain from injury, surgery or illness, including emotional disorders. Patient treatments may include medication, physical therapy, surgery or counseling.