Front row, L to R: Glenda Crider, HHA; Jessica Kinsler, RN; W. Kay Johnson, RN Administrator; Amanda Breeding, PTA; Denise Davis, HHA; Amanda Robertson, LPN
Back row, L to R: Diane Ramey, LPN; Sharon Turner, LPN; Sherry Seal, RN Hospice Administrator; Jimmy Davis, RN; Nancy Bradley, PT; Casey Lawson, LPN; Anthony Burchett, PTA
Not Pictured: Misty Stanifer, PTA; Madeleine Mayes, PTA; Joleen Neeley, PT
Skilled Nursing -assess your care needs, dressing changes, management of infectious disease process, catheter care, tracheotomy care, vein-puncture, intravenous fluid/medication management, teaching to patient and family, referrals for home health aide services, referral and coordination with other community resources and care of the terminally ill.
Home Health Aide -provide assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and activities of daily living.
Physical Therapist -assess and treat functional impairments that result from injury, stroke, surgery, fractures or other medical conditions.
Medical Social Worker - assess emotional and social factors relating to the patient and family. Provides counseling and education, assistance in financial matters. Coordination of community resources.
Hospice-we are committed to providing optimal care and comfort during your terminal illness.
Seated: Charlie Bell, Private Duty Coordinator; Standing: Reagan Hurley, Private Duty Coordinator Assistant
Private Duty-services are
offered for individuals who need assistance with personal activities
such as bathing, meal preparation, medication assistance, ambulation,
transfers and bed mobility. Services can be provided up to eight (8)
hours a day.
Medicaid Waiver Services-include personal care, respite care and homemaker services. They are provided in the comfort of your home. Hours are determined by your case workers. These services can be provided seven (7) days a week.
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