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Skilled Nursing Care

Tri-County Home Care of Florida provides hospital-level care at home, recognizing the comfort and familiarity it brings, especially when loved ones face aging and ongoing medical needs.

With our in-home skilled nursing care, your loved one can enjoy the comforts of home while receiving the same high-quality medical care as in skilled nursing facilities. Our team of experienced and certified medical professionals caters to seniors, and disabled patients, ensuring top-notch home health services.

For over 15 years, we have been delivering skilled nursing services to patients in their homes. Our dedicated team of Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs) conducts clinical assessments, monitors vital signs, and administers thorough treatments, all with a commitment to supporting each patient’s health and providing the highest level of care.

Tri-County Home Care of Florida provides hospital-level care at home, recognizing the comfort and familiarity it brings, especially when loved ones face aging and ongoing medical needs.

With our in-home skilled nursing care, your loved one can enjoy the comforts of home while receiving the same high-quality medical care as in skilled nursing facilities. Our team of experienced and certified medical professionals caters to seniors, and disabled patients, ensuring top-notch home health services.

For over 15 years, we have been delivering skilled nursing services to patients in their homes. Our dedicated team of Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs) conducts clinical assessments, monitors vital signs, and administers thorough treatments, all with a commitment to supporting each patient’s health and providing the highest level of care.

Observation & Assessment

Observation & Assessment
Our skilled care team assesses, observes, and takes action to prevent complications. They can modify treatment, if needed, and initiate additional medical procedures until the patient’s condition stabilizes. This is especially beneficial for newly-diagnosed patients, those being discharged after a prolonged hospitalization, or individuals with chronic conditions and a high risk of worsening symptoms.

Instruction & Guidance

Instruction & Guidance
Patients may feel overwhelmed, making it hard for them to remember medical information. Our role is to translate this information into simple language that patients can understand and remember. We aim to educate them on the best practices for self-care management.

Management & Evaluation

Management & Evaluation
We provide focus to ensure patient, caregiver and/or family continues to adhere to the MD’s plan of care, which when  successfully implemented and modified, promotes a safe recovery at home.  This service focuses on the MD’s treatment regimen rather than assessment of the patient’s physical condition.

Technical Protocol

Technical Protocol
Our nurses carry out procedures and task protocols safely, commonly performed in a hospital setting, such as monitoring vital signs and glucose, catheter care, and wound care. They may also provide instruction on specific tasks to caregivers when needed.

Do you qualify for Medicare-Certified Home Health?

To qualify for Medicare-certified home health, you must need skilled care (as certified by your physician) and such care needs must be on an intermittent basis. Intermittent means you need care at least once every 60 days and at most once a day for up to three weeks. This period can be longer if you need more care, but your care needs must be predictable and finite.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your care needs or eligibility, please give us a call at 1.954.923.0695.