Executive Health Limited FROM HOSPITAL TO HOME Being admitted to the hospital may be a difficult experience, and frequently, returning to the comfort of your own home is a major goal during recuperation.Increased care demands, on the other hand, might make it difficult to transition home and may require placement in a nursing or residential home.Post-discharge care is essential for ensuring that patients properly recover after being released from the hospital. Many patients have problems and are at risk of readmission if they do not get competent care. VIEW OR DOWNLOAD OUR BROCHURE DOWNLOAD Get A Free NO OBLIGATION IN HOME ASSESSMENT TO DISCUSS YOUR CARE NEEDS. With Our Registered Manager Name Full Name Email PhoneMessageName of Person Needing Care That's me Yes How would you like us to contact you? Phone Email When would you like us to contact you? Morning Afternoon Evening Anytime, I don't mind CAPTCHA According to research, up to 20% of senior patients are readmitted within 30 days after release, and up to 50% are readmitted within 6 months. This strains not just the healthcare system but also the patient and their family.Our Hospital to Home service offers a solution, allowing you to return home following your hospital stay.Our service is intended to simplify your transition back into your home by providing essential support and care throughout your recovery time.As part of our Hospital to Home service, our team can offer a healthcare assistant or support worker to fit your particular requirements, whether you need a high degree of care or simply a little help with everyday routines. Providing a Smooth Transition Moving patients from the hospital to home care may be a tough and time-consuming procedure. However, with the correct tactics and support, a seamless transition that improves patient outcomes and quality of life is feasible.We prioritise post-discharge care at Executive Health Ltd. We address typical issues such as medication administration, communication, and carer fatigue.We have a role to play as carers, healthcare professionals, and community members in ensuring that our loved ones get the best possible care throughout this vital transition.