COMPLEX HEALTHCARE CONDITIONS
With 9 years’ experience and a strong clinical team made up of experienced Registered Nurses FirstCol has developed its specialist service for our clients with complex needs requiring care in the comfort of their home. Many of our clients often require support from a range of multi-disciplinary teams on an on-going basis to manage complexities of their care needs.
As a specialist provider of complex care services we understand the challenges which our clients face when living with a long-term condition and how this affects their level of independence.
To build our clients confidence we listen carefully to how they want their needs to be met, we tailor this in personalised care plans involving their family and friends. We recruit a wide range of Specialist Registered Nurses and Healthcare Assistants who have the exact complex care skills that are required to ensure that our clients remain living in the comfort of their own home.
We regularly review personalised care plans with our clients to ensure that we continuously adapt our service to meet their changing needs and preferences.
When coordinating our clients care, we endeavour to strike the optimal balance between their non-clinical and clinical needs. We match their interests and personalities with our staff and ensure that all of our employees are fully briefed on their expectations and personal preferences.
In addition to supporting adults with complex clinical needs, we also assist children and young people with a team of highly experienced and dedicated Children’s Nurses and Support Workers.
Why FirstCol Complex Care?
- FirstCol is run and Managed by experience Registered Nurses.
- FirstCol’s Community Nursing and Complex Homecare Service is dedicated to providing Primary Care Trust (PCT) organisations and private clients with Nurses and Support Workers specialised in looking after patients with high dependency and complex health conditions
- Specialists in clients who suffer Multiple Sclerosis (MS),
- Specialists in Cancer (CA) - palliative or end of life care,
- Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
- Heart Failure,
- Muscular Dystrophy (MD)
- Huntington’s Disease (HD)