A member of our team will visit you and carry out a full assessment of your care needs.
This will give us an opportunity to get to know you and understand any personal preferences
that you may have, in addition to what support you will require.
In order to gain a comprehensive understanding of your care requirements and
ensure that all aspects of your care and arranged we can liaise with your family and any involved medical professionals.
Nursing Key Responsibilities
Observation and assessment of patient’s condition, vital signs assessment.
Management and evaluation of a patient plan of care.
Management of palliative care for cancer patient or progressive illness. Terminal life threatening disease or disabilities includes pain management.
Assessment for oxygen therapy requirements.
Tube feeding management
Nasopharyngeal and tracheostomy aspiration
Nasogastric tube maintenance
Daily insulin injections, supervision of patients with diabetes and monitoring blood glucose
Tracheostomy Care and maintenance
Foley Catheter insertion
Continence Assessment and management
Prenatal , Postnatal, and new born Assessment
Medication Management / Venepuncture
Education and counselling, consistent with the type/nature of treatment and /or care management need.
Maintains Patient’s Chart and Document in writing
Vital Signs & Medications
Intake and Output
Blood Glucose test data
Food Intake/Nutrition (if applicable).
Other data necessary in patient’s care.
Administration of medications and instructions on medication including but not limited to (injections, IVs, Inhalation, Oral, infusions, Rectal and enterals)
Assisting clients in and out of bed, dressing / undressing and with general mobility
Assisting clients with personal washing / showering / bathing / hair care and other personal care
Assisting clients to the toilet / commode
Emptying commodes, emptying catheter bags and re-fitting as necessary, dispensing of incontinence pads
Cleaning clients after soiling and wetting
To undertake a range of agreed health related tasks, subject to their being part of the care plan
Round the clock monitoring and turning of patients whenever applicable (ex. Comatose and bedridden patients.)
Renders Therapeutic massages and ROM exercises as needed
Social Care Duties
To establish a relationship with clients, giving support to those under stress, and providing a degree of companionship
Coordinate with client’s family to contact the doctor, emergency services or to make appointments
Where necessary to accompany the client to the hospital / doctor
To seek to provide a home environment which is supportive and provides an appropriate level of cleanliness and tidiness within the patient’s
room and to undertake other appropriate practical caring tasks with the assistance of family’s house helper if necessary.
Reports & Updates
Observe, report and document client responses to prescribed treatment and care; communicate progress
and concerns to the Home Care Manager Nursing supervisor and GP Home Care Doctor
Prepares Monthly Nursing Care Plan
Prepares A detailed Home Care Nursing Management Report as often as it is needed
Monitors/Prepares Medicines and supply requisition on a regular basis depending on patient’s needs