As a recognized leader in providing superior nursing services, Unlimited Care, Inc. offers hospitals, long-term care facilities, institutions, and government agencies highly trained nurses to supplement the institutions’ nursing staff. Unlimited Care provides an option that will enable an institution to reduce its current nursing overtime, eliminate staff burnout, and ultimately render consistent quality care.
Our continuing education program ensures that all of our nursing professionals assigned to the staffing division are knowledgeable and able to utilize new patient-care technology.
Our comprehensive supervisory model guarantees successful management of all types of patients. This includes the spectrum from pediatrics to the geriatric patient.
Some other features of our skilled nursing division include:
- 24-hour RN availability
- Simple ordering and assignment coordination
- To ensure qualified personnel, we maintain a stringent credentialing process that includes written and practical demonstrations of clinical expertise, employment and criminal background checks, and continuing education requirements.
- Daily supervision of all staff
Private Duty: Unlimited Care will provide highly qualified private duty nurses for any institutional setting. We will supervise and coordinate all scheduling and interface directly with the patient’s family. Our management systems insure The Joint Commission, OSHA, and DOH compliances.
Facility Staff Relief: Unlimited Care can provide an institution with either supplemental or temporary replacement of all levels of nursing staff.
Community Health Nurses: Unlimited Care will provide either temporary or continual nursing services to schools, community-supported health centers, and any other locally based health facility.
Insurance Visits: Directed by any insurance carrier, Union, or HMO, Unlimited Care will evaluate and render care to patients under a Doctor’s supervision.
“The services and staff you have provided for my mother have been extremely satisfactory to me and my family. The home health attendants have been competent and caring, and the administrative personnel concerned and obliging.”