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private duty nurse

  • Administer prescribed medications noting times and amounts on patients’ charts.
  • Assemble and use equipment, such as catheters, tracheotomy tubes, or oxygen suppliers.
  • Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds, giving enemas, or performing catheterizations.
  • Provide medical treatment or personal care to patients in private home settings, such as cooking, keeping rooms orderly, seeing that patients are comfortable and in good spirits, or instructing family members in simple nursing tasks.
  • Help patients with bathing, dressing, maintaining personal hygiene, moving in bed, or standing and walking to patients who require total assistance.

private duty nurse/nanny

  • Provide assistance to the mother before and after she gives birth.
  • Care for the children and attend to their needs.
  • Attend to the needs of the household as necessary.
  • Provide post natal care to the new born at home.
  • Care for the health of the mother as she recovers from giving birth. 

private duty nurse/caregiver

  • Works on-call for the agency on different clients with various health conditions and needs 
  • Assessment and monitoring of clients health status regularly 
  • Assisting doctor’s appointments and ADL
  • Prepares and administers medications, as prescribed by physicians
  • Maintains a safe, comfortable environment 

private duty nurse

  • Dental care needs
  • Bathing needs
  • Elimination
  • Other self-care needs (may involve hair and nail care)

private duty nurse

  • Care for pediatric clients, mainly with tracheostomy and ventilator requirements.
  • Administer medicines, treatments and feedings as ordered by physicians and therapists to safeguard against a decrease in prognosis and increase such if possible. 
  • Use of assistive devices as ordered by physicians and/or therapists. 
  • Wound care of clients released from hospital with such requirements.
  • Confirm charts for their accuracy and follow up on any changes or errors.
  • Report any changes in client’s status to case manager and/or physician. 
  • Educate and verify new nurses are prepared and have an understanding of working in a field environment.