Registered Nurses and Licensed Vocational Nurses provide skilled
care including: observation and assessment of the patient's condition,
teaching of patient and/or caregiver, medication administration, IV
therapy, wound care and ostomy care.
Physical Therapists assess the patient's rehabilitation,
functional and safety needs after illness or injury and develop
treatment programs that include therapeutic exercises, gait training and
Occupational Therapists provide services to improve functional
abilities including dressing, grooming, cooking, adapting to decreased
vision, increasing strength and endurance and restoring vocational
Speech Language Pathologists specialize in the treatment of
communicative, cognitive and swallowing impairments including voice and
articulation disorders, stuttering, and expressive and receptive
Home Health Aide:
In conjunction with nursing or therapy services, Certified Nurse
Aides can assist patients with personal care, activities of daily
living, exercises and simple treatments.
Medical Social Work:
A licensed Social Worker can assist the patient and family in
resolving problems that may affect the patient's response to medical
treatment and in facilitating community resource planning.