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Home Health Care
Home health care is an important service that people from all walks of life can benefit from, especially when they need a little extra care during or after an illness or injury. Home health care agencies bring medical professionals like nurses, care aids and physical therapists to the homes of their patients. These services are important for helping many older people maintain their independence and for keeping them out of nursing homes.
Home Health Nurses
Home health nurses are nurses that travel to the homes of their patients to provide them with nursing care. Their services usually include things like medication dispensing, personal care, shots, vital stats monitoring and education. Home health nurses can be RNs or LPNs. If you are a home health nurse then you need to have a great looking business card that you can hand out to your patients. This way, they will have a way to remember who you are and they will know who to call when they need help. This card will also help other caregivers know who to contact in case a medical problem arises.
Home Health CNAs
A CNA is a Certified Nursing Assistant. Many CNAs work for home health agencies and provide bathing and personal care services to their patients. If you are a CNA then you will want to create a business card to give to your clients so that they know who you are, and so that family members know who will be coming to care for their loved one. When designing your business card you will want to use either a medical theme or a home health themed business card design, and then add in an element that reflects your personality. You can also include your photograph.
Home Health Home Makers
Home health care agencies provide a wide variety of services, including home making services. Home health aids offer housekeeping, meal prep, companionship and transportation services to their clients. If you are a home health aid then you will want to design a business card to use as an introduction to new clients. This way they can ask for you when they need a shift covered or filled on a permanent basis. Generally you will not want to provide your personal contact information on your business card, especially if you hand it out to clients. Instead include the contact information for the scheduling office or the director of your department.
Hospice is another service offered by home health agencies. These services are offered to people who have less than six months to live. If you offer hospice services then your business card needs to be sensitive and designed around a caring home health theme.
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Ordering a Hospice Business Card
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