Nursing Care

InCare Health Services offers a range of comprehensive nursing support solutions designed for individuals of all ages. Our goal is to provide holistic clinical care directly in the comfort of your own home, ensuring you or your loved one receive the highest quality of care. Whether you are in the process of recovering from a recent surgery or illness, have recently been discharged from the hospital, or require specialised medical attention, our team of highly skilled nurses are available to provide one-off, short-term, or ongoing support tailored to your needs.

Our team of registered nurses are highly qualified and provide exceptional care, whether it be for basic or complex disability care needs. We have experience working with diverse cultural backgrounds and various requirements, ensuring that our patients receive timely and consistent care.

Our registered NDIS nurses will assist you during your most vulnerable time, providing nursing care services that facilitate a smooth recovery. We collaborate with hospital teams to ensure effective aftercare and work with your health practitioner to tailor care specific to your needs, resulting in a hassle-free and straightforward road to recovery.

We recognise the significance of tailoring our care to meet the unique needs and preferences, ensuring that you receive the utmost standard of personalised support and care. We work closely with Local Area Coordinators, Case Managers, Support Coordinators, Plan Managers, families, and representatives to ensure our services meet their needs and desired outcome.

Specialised Nursing Services

• Visiting nurse and general nursing assessment
• Care plans development
• Medication set-up
• Wound care
• Stoma care
• Respiratory support
• Continence advice and management
• Catheter advice and management
• Palliative support

• Diabetes management
• Medication administration/supervision
• Tube-feeding assistance
• Case management
• Dementia management
• Monitoring of blood pressure, pulse, temperature and blood sugar levels
• Education for clients and their families
• Overnight nursing care

• 24-hour nursing care
• Showering
• Support attending appointments
• Challenging behaviour support
• Post-operative rehabilitation care
• General well-being check
• Accompanied holidays
• Mobility and transfer assistance

Where do we offer services?

Our nursing services cover majority of the inner and outer Melbourne Metro and Geelong.

Our services extend across all areas of Melbourne, reaching every corner of this vibrant city. We take pride in ensuring that our reliable and professional support is easily accessible to NDIS participants across the entire greater Melbourne region. Visit our location to get our services. 

Our nursing care team

Every member of our nursing team has been carefully selected to ensure they embody the InCare Health Services values of respect, responsibility, and community spirit.

They also all:

  • Have the experience and qualifications needed to give you or your loved one the best possible care
  • Are highly qualified, with a broad range of nursing skills
  • Maintain up-to-date police checks
  • Up to date AHPRA Registrations
  • Undergo a thorough background and reference check (before joining our team)
  • Understand the sensitivities of different cultures
  • Practice person centered care
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Community Nurses at InCare Health services bring a range of benefits to individuals and communities.

Community Nurses at InCare Health services bring a range of benefits to individuals and communities.

1. Accessibility: Community nurses provide care and support to individuals in their own homes or community settings, making healthcare more accessible and convenient for those who may have difficulty accessing traditional healthcare settings.

2. Holistic approach: Community nurses take a holistic approach to healthcare, considering the physical, emotional, social, and environmental factors that may impact a person’s health and wellbeing. They work closely with individuals and families to develop individualized care plans that address their specific needs and preferences.

3. Prevention and early intervention: Community nurses can help prevent health problems and intervene early in cases where health issues arise. They can provide health education and support to help individuals manage their conditions and maintain good health.

4. Continuity of care: Community nurses often work with individuals over an extended period, providing ongoing care and support. This continuity of care can help build trusting relationships between individuals and their healthcare providers, leading to better health outcomes.

5. Cost-effective: Community nursing can be a cost-effective alternative to hospital or residential care. By providing care and support in the community, community nurses can help reduce hospital admissions and support individuals to stay in their homes for longer.

Overall, community nursing can play an essential role in improving health outcomes for individuals and communities, particularly those who may face barriers to accessing traditional healthcare settings.

Contact us today for disability care services.

If you are interested in disability help, whether for yourself or a loved one, please do not hesitate to contact us today for more information. We would be more than happy to answer any queries you may have and assist you in any manner that we can. We have provided our disability home care for many clients and patients in Australia, and we are proud to have a great reputation amongst them. No matter your needs, you can be sure that we are one of the most experienced and friendly disability care providers. Don’t be afraid to give us a call today.

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