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Since 1981, Personal Health Care has been committed to delivering reliable, affordable, and professional in-home care.
Personal Health Care is a locally owned and operated, Medicare Certified, State Licensed Home Health Care Agency that serves our clients in Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia County.
We are proud to offer service to the entire Southeastern PA while remaining close where we started on the Main Line. The towns below are a small sample of areas we service on the Main Line which include but not limited to Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, Berwyn, Devon, Gladwyne, Haverford, Malvern, Paoli, Radnor, Rosemont, Villanova, Wayne, and Wynnewood.
Our experienced team of professionals will work with you and your loved ones to develop a care plan that meets the unique needs of your health and safety from two to twenty-four hours a day, up to seven days a week.Personal Health Care provides service to infants with complex medical needs to older adults needing assistance with Activities of Daily Living and everything in-between.
Our Staff includes Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and Home Health Aides (HHA) whose focus is the one-on-one support of our clients and their needs. Personal Health Care has the ability to provide nursing or aide support for any of our client’s needs.
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Do you suffer from “Winter Hands?”
Being a nurse is wonderful, but washing your hands every 10 seconds is brutal this time of year. Chapped, dry, cracked and red hands are no picnic for our patients either! There are some ways to help avoid and relieve those sore, rough winter hands. Check out the following article for tips to combat the problem: Article Link: http://www.webmd.com/beauty/skin/prevent-soothe-chapped-winter-hands
Despite the forecast, nurses and other healthcare professionals will be out on the roads, driving to work to care for their patients. We often say that just because the weather is bad, doesn’t mean that sick people are not sick; or for that matter don’t need care. It is quite the opposite. If you will be out on the roads, braving the winter storms to get to your patients, here are some helpful tips to keep you safe:
Hopefully the above tips are helpful and keep you safe this winter! The most important thing to remember is to take your time and stay safe; after all you are only good to your patients if you arrive safely! Only 57 more days until SPRING!!!