Medical Assistance

Old age homes are residential facilities that provide care and support for elderly people who cannot live independently or with their families. Medical assistance is one of the most important services that old age homes offer, as it ensures the health and well-being of the residents. Medical assistance may include regular check-ups, medication management, emergency care, physiotherapy, nursing care, and palliative care. Old age homes often have qualified doctors, nurses, and paramedics on staff or on call to provide medical assistance to the residents as needed.

  • Provide regular check-ups and screenings for common health issues among the elderly, such as diabetes, hypertension, arthritis, etc.
  • Ensure adequate supply of medications and medical equipment for the residents, and monitor their adherence to prescribed treatments.
  • Coordinate with other health care professionals, such as nurses, therapists, social workers, etc., to provide holistic and personalized care for each resident.
  • Educate the residents and their families about preventive measures, healthy habits, and self-care strategies to improve their quality of life.
  • Respond to emergencies and urgent situations promptly and effectively, and refer the residents to specialized care when needed.