COPD Pulmonary Diary – Patients are instructed on filling out a daily checklist to help early identification of symptoms.  Our clinical staff can then stake steps to help treat your symptoms at home and prevent frequent hospital stays.

Palliative Program – Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering.   Early identification and assessment and treatment of pain and other problems including physical, psychosocial and spiritual.

Dementia Level Screening with Global Deterioration Scale – Provides caregivers an overview of the stages of dementia.  It helps physicians determine the best treatment approach and aids communication between health providers and caregivers.

Personal Health Record (PHR) – The PHR is a tool that you can use to collect, track and share past and current information about your health.  Our Registered Nurses can help you complete your PHR.

CHF Program – download more information HERE

PRIDE Program – download more information HERE

Programs

Congestive Heart Failure Program – Designed to help manage your heart disease.  Included in this program is patient and family education of your disease, medications, signs and symptoms to report, and how to safely manage your disease at home.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Program - Combines both cardiac health education and exercise, tailored to meet your individual needs and health conditions.

COPD Program – This program combines Physical and Occupational Therapy with Skilled nursing to help improve the well-being of patients with chronic breathing problems. It includes exercise training, nutritional counseling, energy conservation and breathing strategies and patient and family education about your disease.  

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program, Multidisciplinary Approach – Physical and Occupational Therapy, combined with Skilled Nursing, this program helps improve the well-being of patients with chronic breathing problems. It includes exercise training, nutritional counseling, energy conservation and breathing strategies and patient and family education about your disease.

Energy Conservation, Occupational Therapy – Energy conservation means looking at your daily routines to find ways to reduce the amount of effort needed to perform certain tasks such as dressing, bathing, eating and meal preparation.  Our Occupational Therapists will help you learn to structure your daily activities to allow for rest periods throughout your day.

Oxygen Therapy – Treatment that provides you with extra oxygen.  This helps many people function better and be more active at home. 

COPD Patient Level Determination/Interventions – Designed to help you and your healthcare provider evaluate your respiratory symptoms.  Early intervention is crucial in treating your symptoms.