Care Plan Services
A service in which one of our expert care managers develop a care plan suited as much as possible to our patients wishes.
Home Helper Service
A service where care staff (home helpers) visit our disabled patients and those in receipt of nursing insurance at their homes, to provide day to day support.
At Home Nursing
A service where nursing staff visit our ill and disabled patients at their homes, and provide medical treatment catered to their needs.
At Home Rehabilitation Service
A service for patients in receipt of nursing insurance, where specialist rehabilitation staff visit our patients in their own home to provide care for those that cannot leave the house to come to our facilities
Diabetes & Endocrinology
A department that specializes in examining diabetic and endocrinological diseases.
Routine & 24 hour At Home Care/Nursing Services
A service for patients in receipt of nursing insurance, which provides 24 hour at home care/nursing, in cooperation with routine visits, to support our patients in their own home.
Day Care Nursing Service
A day care service for patients in receipt of nursing insurance, which provides exercise, recreational, bathing and many other services to support the independence of elderly patients, and reduce stress families may feel when looking after elderly relatives.
Day Care Rehabilitation Service
A day care service for patients in receipt of nursing insurance, which provides rehabilitation in order to maintain/restore a patient’s level of mobility etc., so they can continue an independent life.
Elderly Care Facilities
An elderly care facility that provides nursing, care, and day-to-day services to help patients in receipt of nursing insurance to be able to live at home (or nursing home).
Short-Term Care Services
A service that provides short-term care (30-day) at our specialist facility, for patients in receipt of nursing insurance. The facility provides assistance with bathing, meals, and mental training activities etc.
Group Home Facilities
A care facility where patients showing signs of dementia, or who have disabilities or illnesses affecting their quality of life, can live in small groups of 5-9 with the support of specially trained staff.