At EG Healthcare, we believe in treating our patients with the kindness they deserve, with no compromise on the overall healthcare experience. Our primary healthcare professionals operate on the frontlines of healthcare. We extend this outside of our primary care practice office to treat seniors in the comfort of their own homes. We are bringing back the doctor’s house call only seen in yesteryear movies for seniors. Our parents dedicated their lives to us, and it’s time that we return that love ensuring their safety and comfort.
We developed our practice for Home Visits for Seniors to work with and in addition to your primary care provider. Our practice is not designed to replace the need to visit your primary care doctor. We are able to handle all of your needs ranging from vaccine administration to well visits to preventative care. Our providers also cover sick visits, chronic disease management, and palliative care.
Our goal is that the patient gets the right care, at the right time, in the right environment by the proper healthcare professional.
What is Primary Care?
Primary care or primary healthcare involves a range of day-to-day healthcare services, the same as a general practitioner.
Primary care services are often the first point of contact with the healthcare system for ongoing management of illness and prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of health concerns.
Benefits of Primary Care At Home
The US’s adult population is forecasted to outnumber the younger population by 2030, indicating a pronounced increase in homebound and home-limited people every year. Home-based primary care is expected to be a lifesaver for these patients who, on most occasions, need an ambulance or an emergency department to address any emergencies.
Also, as per the National Center for Biotechnology Information, individuals with primary care support save 33% in healthcare than their peers who rely only on specialists.
Some additional benefits of home-based primary healthcare are:
- Easy access to health services
- Improved quality of life and comfort
- Early detection & management of health concerns
- Reduced need for specialist care
How does it work, and how do I get started?
EG Healthcare offers house primary care support for preventative screening, well visits, depression screening, well visits, cognitive assessment, and chronic disease management to support your ongoing continuity of care.
Follow these steps to book a home-based primary care provider in Staten Island:
- Contact us on (718) 698-6700 or via our appointment page
- A qualified and experienced medical professional will schedule a time for your visit and arrange a consultation.
- During the appointment, our medical professionals can create orders for an ongoing medical treatment plan (all in the comfort of your own home) that meets your needs.
The following are a range of primary healthcare concerns that we help with:
- Preventative Care
- Well visit
- Vital signs
- Head to toe examination
- Monofilament tests
- Diagnostic testing at home
- Depression screening
- Tobacco screening
- Nutrition assessment and counseling
- Activity of daily living (ADL)
- Fall risk assessment
- Assistive device ordering assistance (including canes, wheelchairs, walkers, and more)
- Cognitive assessment (mini-mental exam)
EG Healthcare can provide senior and elderly residents of Staten Island the same care they would receive in a doctor’s office in the comfort of their own homes.
What are the responsibilities and daily activities of your nurse practitioner?
The Nurse Practitioner, in this case, a nurse practitioner who specializes in adult and geriatric medicine, is a medical provider who practices general medicine and is responsible for most healthcare needs. They are typically the first contact with the healthcare system and act as an advocate for their patients. They can handle bloodwork, health diagnostics, provide referrals to specialists, and create orders for other healthcare professionals.
Do you offer primary in house care for children?
This service is for senior and elderly patients 65+, typically with chronic medical conditions.
What types of services are included in your in-home primary health care service?
Our primary care providers handle most of your general health needs. These include vaccination management and administration, health screening, preventative care, well visit, vital signs, bloodwork. Our primary care also covers counseling and assistance for Activities of Daily Living (ADL), fall risk assessment, nutrition, and selecting and ordering assistive devices, including canes, wheelchairs, walkers, and more.