Hospital to Home Services

With advancements in medical care and public health, we are fortunate to experience longer lifespans. Presently, there are 10 million individuals in the UK aged over 65, with three million surpassing 80 years old. Projections indicate these numbers will double in the next two decades.

This expanding elderly demographic poses a significant challenge to the NHS. Hospital admissions of older adults are on the rise, intensifying pressure on a healthcare system already strained by budget constraints and hence our focus on the need for exceptional hospital to home services.

As individuals transition from hospital to home, the need for comprehensive and compassionate care becomes paramount. At Braeburn Care, we understand the challenges and uncertainties that can arise during this transition period. That’s why we offer tailored support services to ensure a seamless and comfortable journey from hospital to home.

After the decision is made for a patient to return home, the hospital will develop a discharge plan tailored to their specific needs. This plan may include various support services such as home health aides or medical equipment to facilitate a smooth transition back home. Once the hospital discharge plan is finalised, hospital staff can communicate this information to us to coordinate the necessary care.

Here at Braeburn Care, we offer specialised hospital to home services designed to support individuals during this crucial transition period. Our dedicated Management team conducts an initial assessment directly at the hospital, allowing us to create a personalised care package tailored to individual needs and preferences. This service provides temporary and flexible support to ensure a seamless transition back to the comfort and familiarity of home.

Our team of skilled care professionals are dedicated to providing high-quality care with compassion and empathy. They undergo rigorous training and have experience in supporting customers during their recovery journey. From administering medication to assisting with daily activities of living, our team are committed to ensuring the safety, comfort, and well-being of our those we care for.

We understand that the transition from hospital to home can be overwhelming, which is why we offer 24/7 support and monitoring services. Our team is available round-the-clock to provide assistance should this be the need. Whether it’s a late night medication reminder or an unexpected change in condition, our team are on hand.

In addition to providing direct care services, we work closely with healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses and therapists, to ensure continuity of care. We communicate regularly to provide updates on progress made, follow up on medical recommendations, and adjust care plans as needed. Our goal is to promote collaboration and coordination among all stakeholders involved in our customer’s care.

Transitioning from hospital to home can be a lonely and isolating experience, especially for individuals who live alone. That’s why our team not only provide practical assistance but also offer emotional support and companionship. Whether it’s engaging in meaningful conversations, accompanying customers to medical appointments, or simply providing a listening ear, our team are there to offer comfort and companionship every step of the way.

We are familiar with all hospitals in the local areas including, Tunbridge Wells Hospital, Spire Healthcare, Nuffield Health, Sevenoaks Hospital, Crowborough Hospital and further more across Kent & East Sussex, enhancing the quality of our services and collaborative working with other healthcare professionals involved in our customers care journey.

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