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Top Nursing Care is Key to Colorectal Cancer Recovery  March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month with new reporting that shows an estimated 104,610 new cases of colon cancer and 43,340 cases of rectal cancer diagnosed in the U.S. in 2020, according to the American Cancer Society. The majority of cases are in adults ages 50 and older, but the number of diagnosed colorectal cancers in individuals younger than age 50 is rising.

Whether a patient is in post-surgical recovery or receiving infusion therapy, Concierge Care private nursing care is the best option, providing 24/7 private care in the privacy and comfort of your home or any other preferred location.

“Concierge Care is our excelsior Private Care Package offered by ACCESS Nursing Services,” says founder and Chief Nursing Officer Louise Weadock, RN, MPH,CCM. “Our relationship with the patient is a commitment to care. A Concierge Care RN will work with you to create a care strategy that will lift you forward to where you want to be and goes beyond to ensure that patients are able to adapt to their “next step.”

Here’s how a concierge care nurse can help you during your cancer recovery process:

  1. Create a Personalized Care Strategy: ACCESS Nursing Concierge Care private nurses will work closely with your physician to create a unique care strategy designed to support your recovery goals, which can include nutritionists, vitamin infusions, naturalists, masseuses, acupuncturists, chiropractors, aromatherapists, rehab therapists, among other specialties.
  2. Transition From Hospital to Home: A Concierge Care nurse will not only act as your advocate during your hospital stay, but can also transition with you back home. This allows for patient privacy, consistency in the personalized care strategy, and 24/7 care that focuses solely on your medical needs by a highly trained and specialized nurse.

  3. Concierge Care Nurses are Trained to Provide Specialized Services: Specialized nurses are key to a safe and quick recovery, since every recovery plan is unique. For example, infusion specialists are trained to provide medication through an infusion pump or venous port. Having a concierge nurse will also minimize the need for travel to various healthcare facilities.

    ACCESS Nursing Services, a 35-year provider of Private Nursing, RNs, LPNs and Aides in New York City’s most prestigious hospital systems, offers Concierge Care, top-tier private nursing care. For more information on ACCESS Nursing Concierge Care nurses, contact Sandy Carrillo, scarrillo@accessnursing.com.

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