For individuals who need regular medical attention or specific care delivered by a registered nurse. Long term care ensures residents are looked after 24 hours a day by medical professionals, who respond to their changing needs in a safe and homely environment.
This level of care is required to be overseen and directed by qualified and skilled Registered Nurses. Long-term nursing care will support a variety of complex conditions such as Parkinsons, Heart Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Acute Kidney Injury, Diabetes and related complications to name a few. A skilled nursing care community provides extensive daily personal care to all of its residents as well as required professional medical treatments. Nursing Care Communities are furnished with niche apparatus and are well equipped for those with severe mobility complications with specialist beds, mattresses, chairs, hoists, and stand aids.
Long-term nursing communities are best suited for residents with complex medical ailments and severe conditions that require a qualified nurse to be on hand 24 hours a day along with experienced healthcare assistants to ensure that the resident is provided with any complicated medical interventions that may be required in addition to the administration of medical care such as injections, peg feeds, syringe driver, catheterisation, managing and treating wounds and taking blood samples, oxygen therapy for example.
Qualified nurses are also able to detect changes in your relative’s health and take the appropriate actions to ensure their well-being and alert doctors and external medical professionals if this is necessary.