Compassionate Mercy Home Healthcare LLC
We offer a combination of services including Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Medical Social Services and Home Health Aide.
We provide trained RN/LPN for your home health care needs. Services may include educating patients and family members about diseases, self-care techniques, and prevention strategies. They do monitoring, documentation, assessment, and evaluation of the patient’s physical and mental status. They also coordinate continually with your physician to plan and implement a complete home care treatment plan.
A licensed speech therapist assesses therapy needs and provides care accordingly. They coordinate with nurses and other rehabilitation staff to provide treatment for the improvement of communication skills. Our therapist will continuously monitor and evaluate the patient’s progress.
Home Health Aide
A licensed home health aide provides personal care under the supervision of a nurse or therapist by following the Home Health Aide Care Plan. Home health aides coordinate care with the case manager.
Medical Social Services
A medical Social Worker (MSW) assists the patient with personal and financial situations. They provide short-term counseling services concerning the impact of physical, emotional, and psycho-social aspects of the prescribed home health care plans.
We’re experienced in treating a variety of wounds, including:
- Surgical wounds
- Pressure ulcers/sores
- Diabetic wounds/neuropathic wounds
- Venous stasis ulcers
- Arterial ulcers
- Non-healing wounds (wounds that won’t heal)
- Slow-healing wounds
Our wound care teams work together to meet the wound care needs of each patient. Ongoing communication and collaboration between these team members and your physician provide the best opportunity for wound healing.
A licensed Occupational Therapist teaches the use of hands, fine motor skills, as well as cognitive skills to those challenged by stroke, arthritis, or other neurological problems. The physical therapist develops a home exercise program based on the patient’s individual medical needs in accordance with the physician’s orders. Occupational therapists help improves the ability to perform tasks of everyday living.
A licensed physical therapist or a licensed therapy assistant assesses physical therapy needs and provides care accordingly. They coordinate with nurses and other rehabilitation staff to provide complete care by teaching home exercises, and activity programs, and monitoring and evaluating patients’ progress.
As patients move from one phase of disease or treatment to another or transition into transitional care, they receive support to coordinate and continue their health care. This is as they move from one healthcare setting to another, for example from hospital to home. The transition to different levels and goals of care involves helping patients and their families with medical, practical, and emotional needs.