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Summary of Services

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At Nightingale Private Care, our caregivers are full employees of the company, not independent contractors. You can rest assured that they receive our direct nursing guidance and supervision. Our employees are fully bonded, licensed/certified and background screened. We are proud to add that our agency is fully accredited as meeting the highest of industry standards by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care.

Home Health Aide Hourly ($19.50- $22.00/Hour)

Assisting with bathing, hair care, personal hygiene, preparation for bed in evening, meals, light house-keeping (directly related to the health and safety of the client), laundry; four hour minimum.

Home Health Aide Visit ($38/Visit)

Same services as the home health aide hourly visit listed above, one hour visit.

Companion / Homemaker Hourly ($19.00/Hour)

Provides companionship at home and transportation for appointments, shopping, and errands, etc., as well as exercise, light housekeeping (directly related to the health and safety of the client) and meal preparation.

Live-In Caregiver (Inquire about Live-In Home Health Aide Care)

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Skilled Nurse Visit ($85/Visit)

Provides wound care, rehab care, injections, post-op care, and set-up or administration of medications during single home care visit.

Skilled Nurse ($50/Hour)

Same as skilled nurse visit listed above. Services are offered by the hour with a 4 hour minimum.

Nurse Case Management ($85/Hour)

Extended nursing coordination of client needs at home, such as coordinating multiple MD's, ordering medications via mail, providing written client status reports to trust officers, families, etc. 

 

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Yvonne Stutzke, R.N.Owner / Administrator

I learned in my training that a nurse's first responsibility is to be a patient advocate, and that's the premise I've based my practice and my business upon each and every day. It's often the nurse that is the spokesperson for the patient as they navigate through the medical care system. Nurses are privileged to have that responsibility.


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