• What are the different types of home health care services?
    The range of home health care services a patient can receive at home is limitless. Depending on the individual patient's situation, care can range from nursing care to specialized medical services, such as laboratory workups. You and your doctor will determine the care plan and services you may need at home. At-home care services may include:
    Doctor care
    • A doctor may visit a patient at home to diagnose and treat the illness(es). He or she may also periodically review the home health care needs.
    • Nursing care
    • The most common form of home health care is some type of nursing care depending on the person's needs. In consultation with the doctor, a registered nurse will set up a plan of care. Nursing care may include wound dressing, ostomy care, intravenous therapy, administering medication, monitoring the general health of the patient, pain control, and other health support.
    • Physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy
    • Some patients may need help relearning how to perform daily duties or improve their speech after an illness or injury. A physical therapist can put together a plan of care to help a patient regain or strengthen the use of muscles and joints. An occupational therapist can help a patient with physical, developmental, social, or emotional disabilities relearn how to perform such daily functions as eating, bathing, dressing, and more. A speech therapist can help a patient with impaired speech regain the ability to communicate clearly.
    • Medical social services
    • Medical social workers provide various services to the patient, including counseling and locating community resources to help the patient in his or her recovery. Some social workers are also the patient's case manager--if the patient's medical condition is very complex and requires the coordination of many services.
    • Care from home health aides
    • Home health aides can help the patient with his or her basic personal needs such as getting out of bed, walking, bathing, and dressing. Some aides have received specialized training to assist with more specialized care under the supervision of a nurse.
    Homemaker or basic assistance care 
    Companionship Volunteer care & Nutritional support
    • Dietitians can come to a patient's home to provide dietary assessments and guidance to support the treatment plan. While a patient is being medically cared for in the home, a homemaker or person who helps with chores or tasks can maintain the household with meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping, and other housekeeping items.
  • Some patients who are home alone may require a companion to provide comfort and supervision. Some companions may also perform household duties.
    Volunteers from community organizations can provide basic comfort to the patient through companionship, helping with personal care, providing transportation, emotional support, and/or helping with paperwork.
    Laboratory and X-ray imaging
    Certain laboratory tests, such as blood and urine tests, can be performed in the comfort of the patient's home. In addition, portable X-ray machines allow lab technicians to perform this service at home.
    Pharmaceutical services
    Medicine and medical equipment can be delivered at home. If the patient needs it, training can be provided on how to take medicines or use the equipment, including intravenous therapy.

Our services consist of regular home visits with geriatric specialists for patients 65 years and more and those with special needs who suffer from chronic diseases and are unable to follow up at the center, and those who are wishing to be a member of LMC in the work area.
This is to:
  • Follow up on their health condition.
  • Perform all clinical procedures at home.
  • Take samples to make medical analyzes when needed.
  • Inform the family about the patient’s condition on each visit.
  • Educate caregiver special training course in the Center and at home on how to deal with the elderly patient at home.
  • Our team consists of a Physician, Staff Nurse, Physiotherapist, and Respiratory Specialist.
1. Home visits every month or as planned by the Geriatric consultant for one year.
2. Laboratory tests every 3 months include (   ).
3. Team consists of (Geriatrician, Nurse, Physiotherapist, Respiratory therapist)
4. Respiratory therapy upon request.
5. Physiotherapy according to the physiotherapist.
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