Home Care Agencies in America Sentosa Care LLC

Sentosa Care is based in New York and operates 25 facilities, with a combined total of nearly 4,500 beds for the past 15 years.

Homecare or healthcare describes a wide range of services available today, to serve the needs of patients. It is usually less expensive and more convenient compared to the care you would get from a hospital. Examples of home care are; wound care, daily injections, nutrition therapy, monitoring illnesses, and recovery. The goal here is to oversee the full recovery of the patient so that they can go on living independent and productive lives. However, everyone may not be eligible for home care. Qualification is a combination of what the insurance company or Medicare allows and the doctor’s opinion is on the matter.

The first step is to get the doctor’s orders. The doctor will refer the patient to the right home health services. Once this is done, a representative of the chosen health care center will send a professional to the patients home to discuss needs. Needs are based on the patient’s illness or injury and what it will be needed on the agencies part to take care of them. Once all the paper work is done, a licensed professional will start making visits to the patients home accordingly, and keep the doctor updated on the recovery process.

It is important to understand that not all healthcare facilities will work the same way. Owners Ben Landa and Bent Philipsonspoke in regards to some of the great benefits. These are some that are only capable of taking care of basic needs, and that too with the help of unlicensed professionals. On the opposite end of the spectrum, home care facilities can have highly experienced licensed staff members, with access to good equipment, and give care that would rival a good hospital, such as SentosaCare. These institutions are capable of mimicking almost everything a patient would expect from a hospital. The following are some examples of the care given by the professionals at SentosaCare.

• Check for home safety levels
• Monitor blood pressure, temperature, breathing, and heart rate
• Make sure the patient takes medications at proper times
• Physical therapy
• Teach patients how to take care of themselves
• Coordinate with doctors and family members

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