Visiting nurses can assist medication management including injections, eye drops, inhalants and topical medications. Nurses can also assist setting up and maintaining a medication schedule. We can work directly with medical team to ensure the highest continuity of care.
Catheter and Colostomy Care
Private duty nurses can also assist seniors that have catheters and colostomy bags. Reinsertion or removal of catheters can be done at the conveyance of your own home.
Traumatic Brain Injuries
An estimated 1.5 million TBIs occur each year in the United States. A reliable, compassionate Monarch Senior Solutions nurse can assist with the transition back home by assisting with seizure precautions, nutrition, positioning, bladder and bowel care and ensuring client safety.
Gastrostomy Tube (G-Tube)
If your loved ones has recently had a Gastrostomy Tube, more commonly known as G-Tube, inserted, a clinical private duty nurse can ensure proper placement and monitor for signs and symptoms of infection.
Our visiting nurses can help educate ways to prevent the spread of infectious agents such as viruses and bacteria. Infection control is especially important after surgeries and when an immune system is already compromised.
Our highly trained visiting nurses can work with clinician teams to assess and treat wounds. Whether treating a surgical wound or a pressure ulcer, our nurses will provide continual care in order for a wound to properly heal.
In Home Equipment
With home nursing care, Monarch Senior Solutions licensed nurses can check pace-makers and track oxygen levels all at the convenience of your own home.
Advanced Education and Training
Monarch Senior Solutions visiting nurses are available to train and educate family members and family caregivers on advance health needs including diabetic care, in home equipment use, medication review and management and much more.