Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice is Joint Commission accredited. We’re pretty proud of that. What does it mean?
The Joint Commission is a voluntary, independent outside accrediting agency that oversees standards and performance for a number of health care industries including home care. Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice pays a substantial fee to be audited and accredited by this esteemed group. Not all home care agencies invest in this oversight, but it is a level of trust and quality accreditation that is similar to the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval for domestic products. MoreWhat is the Joint Commission?
Clinicians at Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice were trained on handling delerium, dementia, and depression in home care patients as part of their cross-training on behavioral health funded by van Beuren Charitable Foundation. Mary Jane Creely from Newport County Community Mental Health Center gave the presentation.Neurocognitive Disorders: Delirium, Dementia and Depression
Since the VNA of RI has closed its doors, Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice has hired 35 of their former employees, including 10 Registered Nurses, 9 Physical Therapists, 4 Home Health Aides, and many others including interpreters and schedulers. We’ve also opened our Warwick office at 475 Kilvert Street. We are ready, open, and eager to serve the home care, rehabilitation, and hospice needs of northern and western Rhode Island.We’ve Expanded!
Calling all golfers: The 25th Annual Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice/Edna Open will be Monday, June 11th at Newport National Golf Course starting at 1:00. This is a fundraiser for Hospice. Golf and steak banquet is $175 per golfer or $600 per foursome. More information to come, but save the date.Save The Date! Golf Tournament is June 11th
About 40 clinical nurses, therapists, and CNAs who formerly worked for the VNA of RI have now joined us, been trained on our systems, and are fully ready to resume care for patients in the northern and western towns of Rhode Island formerly served by VNA of RI. Call Intake for referrals: (401) 293-3153.We Are Open for Business in Northern and Western RI!
Leah Eden-Medeiros has joined our team to build clinical referrals, develop new business opportunities, and oversee grant writing and fundraising. Leah came to us from VNA or RI, where she was Director of Marketing and Client Relations.Leah Eden-Medeiros named Director of Business Development and Philanthropy
Clinicians at Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice were trained on identifying symptoms of PTSD and its implications for their patients in the home care setting as part of their cross-training on behavioral health funded by van Beuren Charitable Foundation.What is PTSD?
Camilla Bradley models an alpaca and fur stole from Royal Male. The event raised more money than ever! Go to our Gallery of Events for more photos.Chocolate Brunch and Fashion Show was Nov. 5th
Erika Vuernick, a URI Pharmacy resident, is working on the Visiting Nurse Home & Hospice home care team doing research on Eliquis, the blood thinner. MoreErika Vuernick, PharmD, Joins Home Care Team
Talk about end-of-life choices and planning. Little Compton Wellness Center, Dec. 6 at 5:30.Join the Conversation Project