Life Changing Services
We believe we exist to dignify and transform post-acute care. With a focus on comfort and quality of life, specialized care is provided and designed to support you and your loved ones. We are innovating and designing best-practice solutions to improve the quality of our care. We partner with many other healthcare organizations across our service area with the goal of ensuring our patients are receiving the best possible care. Our goal is to achieve exceptional care in the patient’s home so the patient is able to remain safely at home to heal or age in place. No matter how complex or simple the medical issue at hand, experienced and specially trained professionals will create carefully crafted treatment plans with the goal of achieving the best outcome.
In addition, we have therapists and nurses certified in specialty areas of practice such as:
At Puget Sound Home Health nursing is an act of caring and involvement in our clients lives which we highly value, respect, and honor through our commitment to provide the highest quality of nursing care possible. Nursing is a therapeutic interpersonal process that takes place between our clients and our clinicians; as well as the families and other care team members involved in our client's lives. Puget Sound Home Health nurses strive to help our clients, and their families, to reconcile health challenges through intensive care, education, and teaching to help them better manage their condition.
We help support our client's personal independence and choices while advocating for their personal safety and improved quality of life. Our nurses are some of the most passionate caregivers in healthcare. Puget Sound Home Health supports our nurses in every way possible so that they can provide the excellent care and services that our clients deserve. Some of our nursing services include:
Medical Social Work (MSW) services are multi-faceted and assess Home Health patients for many different things. The goal of social work is to provide non-medical services and resources to further a patient's ability to stay safe in their home and reduce rehospitalization. The social worker collaborates with the nurses and therapists to ensure coordinated care. Social work is not just for the patient but is guided under a holistic approach involving family members, Powers of Attorney, caregivers, and other community case workers.
A typical Social Work assessment looks at basic needs; such as access to food/meals, medicine, transportation, and caregiving. There can be assistance in finding more in-home custodial care or assisted living/adult family home placement. The medical social worker can assist in accessing community resources and/or helping with applications, advocacy, and linkage to other case management. Social work services are individualized for each patient's needs.