Trust Oklahoma's Hometown Healthcare Experts
We provide access to hospital-quality services in the safety & comfort of your home. Here are some of the benifits:
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- Provides relief and support for family caregivers
- Reduces the risk of falls and hospital readmissions
- Provides education for adapting to new or temporary limitations
- Greater independence while still receiving care
All services are performed by licensed and certified professionals.
Skilled nurses and physicians have a strong focus on both comprehensive prevention and treatment methods for neurodegenerative, cognitive impairment, and mental disorders in older adults. Schedule a Consult
With a goal of providing safer and more personalized transitions of care for geriatric or dementia-based needs, PCH prioritizes educating families of clients on daily care and medication management, specific healthcare needs, and potential challenges to ensure quality care delivery and satisfaction. Our team also offers counseling services for cognitive and behavioral needs to provide a supportive and accommodating environment for every client.
Licensed and experienced Registered Nurses (RNs) with Wound Care Certification (WCC) are well-equipped and capable of handling a variety of wounds and wound care approaches. Schedule a Consult
From surgical incisions and unhealed wounds to those caused by something as complex as flesh-eating cancer, the nursing team takes a personalized approach to care for every client to ensure the best possible outcome and healing experience. Whether you are in need of basic wound care or more advanced treatment, PCH emphasizes safety, comfort, and compassion during wound treatment and recovery.
Licensed Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) monitor vital signs and symptoms, provide wound/ostomy/intravenous care, educate caregivers, teach about health risks, and detect early symptoms that can lead to hospitalization.Schedule a Consult
Licensed Physical Therapists (PTs) and Physical Therapy Assistants (PTAs) help you maximize your independence and mobility, educate you on safety and fall prevention, teach recovery exercises, and help you choose and learn about equipment, such as canes, walkers, and wheelchairs.Schedule a Consult
Licensed Occupational Therapists (OTs) or Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTAs) educate on safety and fall prevention, teach exercises to aid your recovery, help you use assistive equipment, and help you regain independence with daily tasks such as dressing, bathing, and cooking.Schedule a Consult
Licensed Speech-Language Pathologists help you regain communication skills after an illness or injury, provide training in reading and writing, teach safe swallowing strategies, and help improve memory and cognition.Schedule a Consult
A licensed Medical Social Worker helps identify community programs to meet healthcare and social needs, imparts coping skills for dealing with illness, helps find health and financial resources, and assists in long-term care planning.Schedule a Consult
A certified home health aide helps you follow the personal care plan established by your Registered Nurse (RN); assists with daily tasks, such as dressing, bathing, and meal prep; and communicates with your home health care plan team.Schedule a Consult
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Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Established in 2014.