Do you need in-home nursing care or elderly care for yourself or a loved one? Capital City Nurses in Washington, DC, can assist by providing many flexible services that can help in a variety of ways, including:
- Helping a loved one recover after surgery (dressing, IVs, physical therapy, etc.)
- Providing senior care and companionship so that an elderly person can remain independent in their home (housekeeping, meal prep, help with daily personal grooming, errands, etc.)
- Assisting loved ones caring for very ill family members with respite care (hire a nurse for night duty, etc.)
- Home care for someone who is disabled
- And more
At Capital City Nurses, we offer flexible home care and skilled nursing services based on the needs of our clients. Whether you need skilled nursing services for someone with an advanced illness, or recovering from serious surgery, or you are looking for a helping hand for an elderly loved one who needs occasional care, our in-home care and in-home nursing care services are tailored to your needs.
We are known for skilled and compassionate team members who care about our clients. Want to talk about your needs. We would be more than happy to offer you a consultation.
Home care services, from Capital City Nurses, can benefit your loved one and you, too. It’s never easy worrying about a loved one and it can be difficult to cope on your own. Skilled home health care team members from Capital City Nurses can visit your Washington, DC, home on a schedule that’s convenient for you, and base services on your needs. Talk to us today.
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District of Columbia Financial Assistance Policy Notice
FOR RESIDENTS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ONLY:
Under District of Columbia law, CCNHCS must make its services available to all people in the community. CCNHCS is not allowed to discriminate against a person because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, physical handicap, source of income, or place of residence or business.
CCNHCS is also required to provide a reasonable volume of services without charge or at a reduced charge to persons unable to pay. Ask the staff if you are eligible to receive services either without charge or at a reduced charge. Uncompensated care and discounted services are available on a case-by-case basis.
If you believe that you have been unfairly denied services or consideration for treatment without charge or at a reduced charge without a good reason, contact the CCNHCS Client Services Director.