MyNurse Home Care offers Physician Led Specialized Teaching Programs to prevent hospital readmissions with a mission to increase the quality of life for our patients. MyNurse Home Care offers in-home visits from various specialists. Please call our office to speak with our staff about the different professional managed care programs we have available for our services.
  
Services:
CHF Management 
Medication Management 
DM Management
Pneumonia Management
COPD Management
Acute MI (Heart Attack) Management
Joint Replacement Aftercare Program
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Wound Care
*If you are diabetic you should be having an annual diabetic foot check automatically with your doctor or practice nurse; Our visiting podiatrist provide comprehensive and detailed nail care to our diabetic patients in the comfort of their homes. 

HOME HEALTH MANAGEMENT PLANS

COPD

    DIABETES

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE

This program is skilled care by our nurse to provide evidence-based treatment to promote positive health outcomes as well as an improved quality of life. 
Assist and partner with MD office 
Customized Patient education materials
Family/Caregiver

Education &  Self-monitoring
Nutritional assessment
Podiatrist Home Foot Assessment Toe Nail Care, and Follow-up Education


ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION  
Acute MI - Heart Attack

 Urinary Incontinence Catheter / UTI

          PNEUMONIA  



Our staff clinically monitors (including symptoms, pulse, blood pressure, heart rhythm and oxygen saturation by pulse oximetry), oxygen therapy and pain relief.
Insulin-glucose infusion followed by intensive glucose control with subcutaneous insulin for all people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
The routine use of nitrates, calcium antagonists, magnesium, and high-dose glucose-insulin-potassium infusion is not currently recommended during the acute phase of treatment of AMI.

MEDICATION MANAGEMENT 

Medication reconciliation
Taking the right medication at the right time can
often mean the difference between life and death.
Knowing what to take how to take it, when to take it, and the correct dosage, are all very important to successful medication management.

Active monitoring
Keeping track of how medication is taken
Medication safety education 
In addition to reconciling, monitoring, and tracking an individual’s medication regimen, educating
individuals (and their family members)
about the safe use of medication