Infinity Home Health provides compassionate one-on-one care and attention to help minimize post-op discomfort, recognize possible complications and reduce stress on you and your loved ones.
Why should you choose a professional caregiver to help while you recover?
Many patients get a professional caregiver to care for themselves during the initial days of post-op because their physical condition can often prevent them from performing normal activities.
Your doctor may also require you to have someone with you during the initial phase of your recovery, as they know that no energy should be spent on activities that could interfere with recovery.
At Infinity Home Health Our primary concern is to get you back to what you do well as quickly as possible. With modern day healthcare, patients typically feel like they are “just a number”. This is not acceptable to us. The personal relationships we establish with our patients sets us apart and continues to develop a positive reputation with those we serve.
Our physical therapists pride themselves on spending quality one-on-one time with their patients which often includes hands on treatment.
For these reasons, having a professional caregiver, who can assist you in performing all of your necessary daily activities, can be a great benefit while you are healing. Imagine recovering better and faster with the peace of mind of knowing you are safe in the comfort of home.
When it comes to surgery, planning ahead can ensure a safe and comfortable recovery. We will provide a highly-skilled professional and compassionate caregiver to care for you in your home or wherever your recovery takes place. Our caregivers can even stay with you overnight if necessary.
Infinity Home Health recognizes that many of our patients need specialized nursing care. To meet patients’ needs, there is a team of nurses who are certified and specialize in wound care. Wound care nurses visit patients’ homes to monitor wounds closely and to ensure they are improving.
Assessing, evaluating and identifying patients who are at risk or need treatment for:
Wound care nurses offer education in the home to help patients or caregivers take care of wounds and change dressings.