If you have a surgical procedure scheduled sometime soon, have you thought about your post-care?

Chances are you may not have even considered what happens once you get home from your procedure. If you’re making the assumption that you’ll be able to care for yourself, or that a family member will be there for you the whole time, here are some considerations to keep in mind regarding your post-operative care.

Will your medical needs be met?

We have a network of skilled nurses who will help you through your recovery, from making sure that you are healing properly to changing bandages and checking for infections to helping you stick to your post-operative recovery orders. Trained specifically to help with post-care needs, your provider will be there with you to answer all of your questions.

Do you want to be a burden on family when there’s an alternative?

Having family and friends there to support you is wonderful, and can be the emotional help you need for optimal recovery, but caring for yourself after a procedure can be time-consuming, tedious, and sometimes even potentially embarrassing. One of our care providers can help with your needs while your family and friends can provide that necessary moral support.

Are you going to take care of yourself?

There are a wide range of ways in which our post-care services can help you if you’ll be alone, including helping you get home from your surgery, assistance with insurance companies and billing situations, getting you to your follow-up appointments, light housekeeping and cooking, and more.

The hardest part of a surgical procedure is the recovery, and it’s important for you to have the support and assistance that you need to heal properly. With Compassionate Care’s professional post-care program, you’ll be able to ensure that your stress levels remain low, energy remains high, and that your recovery is as optimal as possible.

Contact Compassionate Care today at 561-244-5098 or 888-814-3778 for more information and to schedule your post-care services!