Universal Nursing Care, we provide you with the best home nursing service in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
We come to your home and care for your elder, sick, frail or injured family. From clinical through to companionship care we do everything that’s means your loved one can have privacy, honor, and expert care from the comfort of their own home. Our Private Nursing care flexible and customized to your needs for individual short term & long term care
Over time, we sensitively integrate our care into our clients’ daily lives, often helping to restore their confidence in their ability to live independently at home, following surgery or illness. In other circumstances, we sensitively support clients living with dementia and long term illness.
There is an old adage that you need a doctor to diagnose you, but a nurse to save your life. We can all recall a time when a nurse was needed most from a normal check-up in a doctor’s clinic to an emergency situation that required a trip to the hospital. Most people can think of a nurse who has played a significant role in their life at some time, whether it’s a family member, close friend, acquaintance or the person you’ve been seeing at your doctor’s clinic for decades. You might even have a nurse in your contact list who you dial if doctor doesn’t quite answer your medical questions.
Universal Nursing Care has been providing the highest quality in nursing services since year 2019 all over the Malaysia. What do nurses do? They are continuously monitoring and evaluating patients, nurses must be smart, adaptive, educated and skilled in critical thinking. Nurses’ responsibilities include coordinating with multiple specialists to ensure that their patients are adequately on the road to recovery. Through the different types of care, a nurse’s capabilities extend past their stereotypical personas; while many envision nurses donned in medical scrubs and running through a hospital, a nurse may come in many forms.
Specifically, here are some of the thing’s nurses do on a typical day:
– Conduct physical exams.
– Take detailed health care histories.
– Listen to patients and analyze their physical and emotional needs.
– Provide counselling and health care education to patients.
– Coordinate care with other health care providers and specialists.
– Stay current with advances in health care options.
– Medications, and treatment plans.
– Draw blood, and perform other health-related testing.
– Check a patient’s vital signs.
The Home Nursing Services DOES NOT include the following :- Cooking, Washing Dishes, Laundry, Babysitting, House Chores.