Yes, With proper authorization and documentation from the school, the nurses may provide care at school.
Yes. If her authorization allows, the nurse may attend appointments with you and your child.
No, the nurses are only responsible to care for your child with medical needs while they are in your home.
No. The nurses are to provide care for the child with medical needs only.
The nurses can provide care while you or your spouse are working, or if you have other children in the home to care for.
Care is ordered by your child's physician and will address his or her specific medical condition and other needs including bathing, dressing, feeding etc.
An RN Case Manager will visit you and your child either at home, at the hospital, or facility, to explain the process, gather information about your child, and formulate with you a plan for your child's care.
You or the personnel at the hospital, facility, or MD office will work together with our agency to obtain an authorization for hours from the insurance company.
Hours are authorized and paid for by your child's medical insurance.
Children with certain medical conditions can have nurses to care for them at home instead of in a hospital or other facility.
Most health insurance plans allow for home health during and after pregnancy. You may call Peritech Home Health directly at 1-800-634-5670 and we will work with your health insurance to provide services.
You may call Peritech Home Health directly at 1-800-634-5670 and we will work with your doctor to obtain services.
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