Home Nursing

Home nursing/care (generally referred to as domiciliary care) is a supportive healthcare service provided at the comfort of a patient's home by qualified healthcare professionals. The patients could be at their home throughout the treatment phase and need not use any other long-term or institutional-based nursing care. Most home care services are a combination of professional healthcare and life assistance services.

Professional healthcare services

  • Medical wound care
  • Medication teaching
  • Pain management
  • Disease education and management
  • Physical therapy

Life assistance services

  • Medication reminders
  • Medication teaching
  • Transportation
  • Companionship
  • Activities of daily living (ADL) refers to six activities (bathing, dressing, transferring, using the toilet, eating and walking) that reflect the patient's capacity for self

Home care needy groups

  • Disabled / physically Disabled
  • Aged and bed ridden
  • Mentally ill and retarded patients
  • Children and baby, mother care
  • Head Injury, stroke, spinal injury patients