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Private Duty Nursing

Our Private Duty Care goes beyond the ordinary, offering a personalized approach that brings peace of mind to both patients and their families. Private duty nursing (PDN) allows medically fragile patients to receive quality, skilled nursing care in the comfort of their home: a setting preferred by most patients and their families. Studies show it is less expensive than a facility stay, costing up to half as much as a single hospital day.

What Makes Us Different

We prioritize the dignity, respect, and attentive assistance of each individual we serve. Our compassionate caregivers are dedicated to making a meaningful difference in the lives of those we care for, whether it's in the comfort of their own homes or in a healthcare facility.

Private Duty Nursing

Our Private Duty Care services are designed to meet a wide range of needs, from assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) to medication management, companionship, mobility assistance, and meal preparation. These services are tailored to each person's specific requirements, ensuring a personalized care plan that fosters independence and enhances their quality of life.

If you're seeking high-quality Private Duty Care services that prioritize dignity, respect, and individualized support, The Nurse Network is your trusted partner. Whether it's one-on-one care at home or specialized attention in a facility, our caregivers are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals of all ages.

Experience the difference with The Nurse Network's Private Duty Care services. Your loved one's well-being is our priority, and we're here to provide the support that makes a difference every day.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Private Duty Care, and how does it differ from other types of care?

Private Duty Care is a specialized form of in-home care that provides one-on-one support to individuals with specific medical needs. Unlike traditional home care, Private Duty Care often involves skilled nursing and is tailored to meet the unique requirements of each patient.

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Are caregivers trained to provide specialized medical care?

Yes, our caregivers are highly trained and skilled in providing specialized medical care. They may include registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) with expertise in managing complex medical conditions.

Get in touch with us

At The Nurse Network, we value open communication and are always here to assist you. Whether you have questions about our services, need support with staffing, or want to explore career opportunities, our team is ready to help. Reach out to us through the contact information provided below, and we'll respond promptly to address your needs.

  • 800-574-4387

  • jobs@tnnjobs.com

  • 653 Main St, Plantsville, CT 06479

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For further information about this policy, contact David DiNeno at (860) 628-2990.The Nurse Network, LLC does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or publication in its programs, services, and activities, or in employment.

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