Nursing is an important facet of our overall health care system. We understand that in certain situations you may need special care. Nursing staff selected and trained to provide this care can go a long way in your recovery and well-being.
Nous provide specialized nursing care services tailored to the specific needs and conditions of their patients.
Rapid response nurses
Rapid Response Nurses provide services to children and adults who require extensive care upon their return home from hospitalization. Services offered include: home visit within 24 hours of discharge from hospital, medication review, complete assessment by a nurse, communication of information to the patient and family, and verification to ensure that appropriate follow-up appointments have been made.
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Palliative care nurse practitioners
Palliative care nurse practitioners are the bridge to connect, help and care for patients with life-limiting illnesses. Our nurses help patients and families understand their options and provide support to patients at the end of their life to spend their final days in the comfort of their own homes and to make them last as long as possible.
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Telehomecare benefits from the support of
Ontario Telemedicine Network (RTO). This innovative program trains registered nurses to coach and supervise patients over the phone or online. If you manage your chronic illness on your own, this program could make the difference between effectively managing your illness at home and frequent hospital and emergency room visits.
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I nfirmières and nurses in mental health and addictions
Mental health and addiction nurses help children and adolescents in schools. They work to promote the success of students with mental health or addiction problems by encouraging their academic development and perseverance and by facilitating their return to class after hospitalization.
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