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Long-Term Care & Home Infusion Therapy

OVERVIEW OF CHOICE CRITICAL CARE

  • Serving the Community Since 1992
  • Currently Provide Service to Long-term Care Facilities
  • Part of a Health Care Network
  • Have in House Billing Department
  • We Provide the Complete Long-term Care Package

OUR STAFF WILL ASSIST YOU WITH RECORD MANAGEMENT BY PROVIDING:

  • Medication Administration Records (MARs)
  • Treatment Records
  • PRN Control Sheets
  • Pharmacist review by checking for accuracy, compatibility with other medications, allergies, and past history

Specialized Services

  • 24-Emergency Service
  • High Tech/State-of-the-art equipment and supplies
  • Patient/Caregiver Education
  • We will administer and follow-up with I.V. patients in the convenience of their home.

Available Therapies

  • Pain Management
  • Antibiotic Therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Fluid & Electrolyte Replacement
  • Enteral Therapy
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Dispensing Systems are used to help you improve your facility’s medication needs and ensure safety. Handling medical changes is now as easy as handing in your old card in exchange for a new one.

Punch Cards (30 day supply)

This traditional system offers the convenience of unit dose or multi-pack for patient medications. Dosing instructions are included on a label attached to the top of each card.

Medisets (7 day supply)

Medications are packaged in plastic trays organized by day and time of administration. Dosing instructions are included on a label visible through the bottom.

Doc·U·Dose (day supply)

Medications are packaged in a series of sealed envelopes provides convenient and safe medication dispensing. Each envelope is color-coded by the administration time with the front of each envelope explaining each dosage. To make dispensing easier the reverse side of each card is clear promoting accurate identification and counting of a resident’s medications.

Matchbook (14 day supply)

Is a convenient and compact dispensing system that is offered as a 14 day punch card system. Dosing instructions are included on a label display on the top of each booklet.

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Cindy Barley, RN

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Joesph Sneeringer, PharmD

IV Therapy

Our staff works closely with the local home health agencies in the area to provide the I.V., care, and supplies needed.

Choice Critical Care’s is staffed with highly trained and experienced pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and nurses that are readily available to coordinate infusion therapies. Choice Critical Care’s home infusion services are a cost-effective alternative to a lengthy hospitalization.

Specialized Services:

  • 24-Emergency Service
  • High Tech/State-of-the-art equipment and supplies
  • Patient/Caregiver Education
  • We will administer and follow-up with I.V. patients in the convenience of their home.

Our Staff of Professional

  • Nurses– Specially trained in fulfilling the home patient’s special needs
  • Pharmacists– Trained in art of compounding/infusion
  • Pharmacy Technicians
  • Clinical Dietician— Available to assist your physician in the nutritional aspect of your treatment
  • Reimbursement Specialist— Trained to assist with your insurance billing needs

* Our staff works closely with the local home health agencies in the area to provide the I.V., care, and supplies needed.

Available Therapies:

  • Pain Management
  • Antibiotic Therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Fluid & Electrolyte Replacement
  • Enteral Therapy

CHOICE CRITICAL CARE IS NOT A HOME HEALTH AGENCY

CHOICE CRITICAL CARE PROVIDES:

  • Training & education for clients/caregivers to perform home infusion therapy safely in the home.
  • Provide back-up services for IV restarts and blood draws when requested.
  • Supplies necessary to accomplish home infusion therapy including appropriate pump if necessary.
  • RN and registered pharmacist on call 24 hours daily, including weekends and holidays.
  • Provide in-service to local home health agencies when requested.
  • Communicate with physicians regularly with updates on client’s progress from provider standpoint.
  • Co-operate with local home health agencies concerning problems related to supplies, IV access, or concerns
  • relevant to patient/client care.
  • Pharmacist is available to answer questions related IV and/or PO medications.. a resource person.
  • Our main concern is the well being of the client & that quality of care is our utmost concern.
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