Hospitals across the country keep struggling to accommodate patients due to the limited availability of beds and hence, getting the care support on time for non-critical patients can be tedious at times. We believe health care must be accessible to everyone in the community. The role of community nursing is significant to tackling this issue and helps patients who require clinical care achieve this in their own home.

The aim of community nursing is to promote and preserve the health of members in the community along with advocating the need of self-care among people. It is essential and significant to assist people in the community to maintain their health and well-being. Our qualified, registered nurses with strong clinical skills possess the capability to administer medication and provide care support.

The benefits of community nursing service includes,

  • Getting assistance at home, where the patients can be comfortable in their own living spaces.
  • Personalised care.
  • Building a strong bond with the nurse as they visit you regularly.
  • Preventing diseases and health issues.
  • Maintaining or promoting level of independence.
  • Education on the care being given.

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As  service is our top priority, Hands On People is committed to offer the right nursing support services to NDIS participants as a registered NDIS provider and Territorian Veterans under the Department of Veteran Affairs as registered provider. All veterans, war widows and widowers with a Gold Card or White Card can use DVA-funded Community Nursing services to meet their personal and clinical needs.

It is also important to clarify about the privacy and confidentiality of information within an organisational structure. Our community nurses are bound by the privacy, health, confidentiality and record keeping legislation, where the patient’s information requires to be kept protected and confidential.

Our services include,

  • Basic care – checking blood pressure, temperature, breathing, etc.
  • Hygiene and skin care.
  • Administering medications and injections.
  • Wound management.
  • Palliative care.
  • Create a nursing care plan.
  • Checking overall health.
  • Assistance with clinical needs.
  • Support with post operation needs.
  • Management of symptoms and medical conditions.
  • Assistance with daily living activities like showering.
  • Education to staff and patients

If you are keen to know more about Hands On People Community Nursing Service, click here.


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