Home Health Nurses New York Can Count On

Nursing New York Back to Health

As part of your multidisciplinary team, the home health nurse provides medical care to you in your home. The roles and duties of the home health nurse are similar to that of a hospital nurse with skill sets and education being the same. The nurse visits will include assessments, patient and family education, and care of any medical devices or concerns. Depending on the level of care you need, the home health nurse may visit once a day, once a week, or less frequently.

At Angels on Call Homecare, we staff registered nurses (RN) and licensed vocational nurses (LVN) to meet your needs. Whether you have complex home medical needs, chronic disease that needs managing, or acute wounds, our nurses are here to help. Contact us to schedule your evaluation and find your team of angels.

Our Home Health Nurses Can Help With:

  • Medication Administration and Management
  • Assessments and Physical Exams
  • Wound Care
  • Infusion Therapy
  • Complex Equipment Management
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Case Management and Care Coordination
  • Patient and Family Education
  • Diabetic Management
  • Private Duty Nursing
  • Skilled Nursing/Rehab Services
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An Angel to Watch Over You

Home health nurses are licensed and skilled medical professionals who can administer advanced care and perform minor procedures in your home. If you or your loved one is using home health services to manage chronic diseases, including COPD, CHF, diabetes, hypertension, or any other disease that affects your daily living, you will have a home health nurse on your care team who will monitor and assess your condition with regular assessments. Your home health nurse will manage and coordinate your care, medications, equipment, and anything else you may need. Your home health nurse will also provide education and safety planning for you and your family in addition to providing personal care services and mobility assistance as needed.

Your home health nurse is your medical point of contact and how you can avoid an extended hospital stay or moving to a care facility. Some benefits of a home health nurse include:

  • Reduced number of hospital visits and admissions
  • Improved chronic disease outcome
  • Access to skilled nursing care at home
  • Support with diet and nutrition
  • Safety planning and assessment
  • Care coordination and planning
  • Medication management and administration
  • One-on-one focus and support
  • An affordable alternative to a facility or hospital care

At Angels on Call Homecare, we offer home health nursing services in Bronx County, Dutchess County, Orange County, Putnam County, Rockland County, and Sullivan County as well as Westchester & Ulster Counties.

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Join Our Nursing Team

If you are an LPN/LVN or RN in New York and you are looking for a rewarding career in a non-traditional nursing setting, consider a career in home health! At Angels on Call Homecare, we are always looking for passionate nurses to join our ever-growing home health company. Whether you are looking for full-time or part-time work, we have flexible scheduling options and patients all around New York who could benefit from your skills. If you're looking for a position that offers you autonomy and the ability to help patients in their home, visit our employment page to find open positions, and apply with us today!

Why You Should Be a Home Health Nurse

If you have ever considered becoming a home health nurse, but were on the fence, here are some good reasons you should take the leap.

  • Autonomy and job independence you won’t find anywhere else
  • Flexibility — you coordinate care with your patients
  • One-on-one time with your patients
  • Making a difference in the lives of your own community members
  • No two days are the same
  • Getting to know your patients and their families
  • Preventing institutionalization of your patients

To get started, simply view our job listings online, and apply today!

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