At HomeCare we carefully choose our staff and make sure they are trained and qualified for the job. We provide both carers and nurses, fully dedicated and professional, able to adapt to different types of work.
Our team of nurses and carers will assist patients at their home and develop a care plan based on the individual physical, psychological and social needs. We will ensure that the patient receives an efficient, effective and reliable service.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE!
With age, daily activities might become challenging and often, there is no one to help with them throughout the day.
To address those needs, HomeCare provides carers and nurses ready to support the person and ensure carrying and dedicated assistance.
Our team is made of professional nurses and carers, fully qualified to support hospitals and clinics short on staff.
We are fully confident in our employees and guarantee they will deliver highest-quality service whatever they are entrusted with.
Nurses and caring assistants in rest homes should not only provide a professional care but also dedicated and warm service.
It’s very important to make residents feel like home and ensure they are feeling taken care of. Our trained team will make sure all your patients will receive warm and professional care.
Regardless if it’s a governmental or public school, we can provide qualified nurses to assists with any special needs such as general vaccinations.
Our staff is made of professionals, trained for working with kids.
Need to outsource extra staff for any special event? With HomeCare you can do it hassle-free and in a timely manner.
We will handpick nurses and carers, whom qualifications and skills are best matching your needs to make sure your event is a success.
In times of need for special care or attention, HomeCare is dedicated to provide caring and compassionate support, adjusted to any requirements.
Our qualified nurses and carers will make sure all patient’s needs are fulfilled and they feel supported and taken care of.
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