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Private Care Nursing

Partners in Care NursingRecover, one day at a time, with our nurse right by your side.

With private duty nursing care services from Partners in Care, you can have peace of mind, knowing you have a skilled medical professional committed to keeping your health and recovery on track, so you can concentrate on getting well.

Why consider private duty nursing?

Because your care needs don’t always end where your insurance coverage does, Partners in Care offers customized care from highly qualified professionals to meet your needs at home.

"Jacqueline has a very special gift of caring for her patients and is willing to do what it takes to get them the care they need."
- Anthony, a family caregiver from Queens *
* Names have been added or changed to protect privacy.
When a family member is recuperating from surgery or suffering from a chronic illness or medical condition, you may need professional nursing care to help minimize a potential setback or reduce the risk of infection.  All of our registered nurses are licensed by New York State, and many are highly experienced in caring for patients with chronic and complex illnesses, including:

  • Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Heart disease
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Advanced illness

Here with you every step of the way

Partners in Care offers you the most capable, knowledgeable, and trustworthy nursing hands.

We work to understand your unique situation and preferences so we can match the nurse that best fits your needs as well as the needs of your family. Your care will be tailored to your medical conditions, and can be delivered in a hospital or a skilled nursing facility as well as at home.

Our skilled nursing services include:

  • Assistance transitioning home from the hospital
  • Help following doctor’s instructions
  • Addressing clinical questions or concerns before and after procedures or treatments
  • Medication management, including pre-measuring dosages to take according to a schedule, and administering other medical treatments
  • Supervision and assistance for infusion therapy and tube feeding
  • Specialized care for wounds, drainage, tracheostomy or catheter, colostomy, or ileostomy
  • Injection administration, including flu immunizations and fertility injections
  • Guidance for self-care and nutritional education
  • Assessment for home safety and nursing home eligibility
  • Round-the-clock care

From overseeing dietary modifications to managing complicated side effects, your nurse is with you every step of the way to help make life manageable. That means doing everything that needs to be done: accompanying your loved one to and from medical appointments to communicate health needs; addressing complicated side effects and symptoms of the illness; ensuring that your loved one has respectful assistance with personal care and household chores that are simply too much to physically handle; and much more.

We have nurses from many cultural backgrounds and who speak a number of languages, making it easier for them to understand what’s important to your loved one and to communicate about medical issues.

Find out how Partners in Care can help you care for your loved one.

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