Guide to Adult/Pediatric Private Duty Nursing
Discover how our private duty nursing care services can provide care and comfort for you or a loved one.
What is private duty nursing?
Private Duty Nursing (PDN) allows medically fragile patients to receive quality, skilled nursing care in the comfort of their home: a setting preferred by most patients and their families. Studies show it is less expensive than a facility stay, costing up to half as much as a single hospital day.
Value-Based Approach to Skilled and Personalized Care
We are dedicated to providing compassionate patient care, top notch customer service and staffing experienced healthcare professionals. All of our RNs, LPNs and LVNs are fully screened and credentialed, and have experience providing care for patients with a variety of ailments.
Our team can help you manage complex medical needs at home. This includes:
- Ventilator and tracheostomy care
- G-tube care and management
- Diabetes management
- Seizure management
- Oxygen management
- Coordinating home medical equipment and supplies
- TPN infusion
- Administering medications and therapies
- Personal care (bathing, daily hygiene, etc.)
- Educating and training family
- Preparing meals
In addition to the hourly home healthcare services, our nurse will:
- Communicate any changes to both the office and physician when necessary
- Reinforce education provided by hospital staff
- Continually promote education in the home
- Assist with appointments
How to pay for private duty nursing care
There are many payment options for private duty nursing care. PDN can be paid for by Medicaid, private insurance or private funds.
Caregiving accessible 24 hours a day
With hundreds of office locations nationwide, our priority is making sure our patients and families have access to on-call support any time you need it. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays.