How We Proceed with Care?

Everyone we work with has a unique personality, circumstance, and set of needs regarding care. We will be sure to begin with a thorough explanation of our care services along with offering assistance needed to get you back on your feet and better than before!

Our Providing Services


One of our nurses will conduct an evaluation of your home care needs, and develop a plan of care.


What You Need To Know

Skill Nursing/ Infusion Care

Wound Care

In some cases, wounds may heal slowly or resist standard therapy. Furthermore, they can be prone to infection. Therefore, these difficult-to-heal wounds require the specialized treatment of a wound center. Examples of wounds we treat include:

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Lower leg ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Bone infections (osteomyelitis)
  • Soft-tissue infections
  • Radiation injury
  • Post-surgical wound delayed healing
  • Non-healing traumatic wounds

Skilled Nursing

Our skilled practical and registered nurses will deliver a number of quality healthcare services which include:

    • Wound care
    • Post-surgical care
    • Disease management
    • Diabetes management, etc.

We go the extra mile to ensure that the appropriate procedure is performed by our professionals in providing catheter care, Intravenous (IV), respiratory treatments, infusion therapy and others.

Care For Chronic Illnesses And Injuries

If you suffer from a chronic condition that requires close monitoring by a home health caregiver, you need to be able to access that care as often as necessary. We at Sentinel Home Health will provide 24/7 monitoring service for most illnesses.

Pain Management

Our well-trained home health caregivers are prepared to help relieve the pain and discomfort of your illness through the following:

    • Pain and symptom management
    • Optimal functioning checks
    • Control of side effects
    • Appropriate use of drugs & non-drug therapy

Diabetes Management And Care

Our nurses will work along with the patient’s physician providing support, education, as well as assistance to the families of our diabetic patients and the patients themselves. Our goal is to help improve quality of life for each patient by implementing services such as:

      • Assessment of patient’s condition
      • Instruction of patients and families on monitoring blood glucose levels
      • Dietary counseling and meal planning
      • Medication teaching
      • Awareness of drug interaction
      • Treatment of feet and other skin issues
      • Circulatory needs
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Medical Social Work
Private Duty Aide (PDA)