Will he/she take the right medication as prescribed?
If he/she is not self-sufficient, how can he/she show pain, discomfort, and receive proper treatment?
Could you give him/her another dose of this medication? I think it’s good for him…
There are Doctors, Nurses and Health Professionals specialised in taking care of your family member’s health.
Upon your arrival at the facility and throughout your stay, the Doctors prescribe medication, if necessary, according to the pathology or disorder detected, after appropriate examinations, followed by constant monitoring and after preparing an appropriate treatment plan.
The nurses administer medication as prescribed and follow all the instructions for treatment and use of medical equipment (e.g. catheters, injections, etc.).
Your family’s health is our priority: our staff knows how to recognise symptoms and pathologies, even in patients who are not self-sufficient.
Our relationship is one of trust and cooperation in maintaining the health and well-being of your family member.
Ask about the care plan you need.
Please, leave the guest’s room during doctor’s visits, treatments and medication. Your family member or other guests may feel uncomfortable about your presence.