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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is Private Pay Nursing different from other types?
    Private pay nursing allows for a smaller client base per nurse which enables us to offer more personalized, one-on-one care for our clientele.
  • Do you take Medicare, Medicaid or other health care insurance?
    Carolina Concierge Nursing is all private pay. We do not process Medicare, Medicaid or other insurance claims. By providing services privately, we are able to provide our services as our clients prefer without the constraints of proving to the insurance company the need of the client for continued services.
  • How often do you visit?
    Our nurses will make scheduled visits weekly depending on the package purchased. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If any of our clients have a need outside of their regular scheduled visits, they can contact our nursing team during those hours and we can schedule someone to see them as a "sick visit" for an additional fee. If at any time you feel you need immediate assistance, we recommend you call 911.
  • Do you make home visits?
    All of our visits are made to the place of residence for our clients. If a client resides in a facility, such as an Independent Living or Assisted Living, we would work with the Administrator of the facility and follow their guidelines in order to render services.
  • Can you service multiple people in the same household?
    We are always happy to service multiple clients with special package rates available providing they live or recover in the same residence.
  • What are your credentials? Experience?
    I am a Registered Nurse with an unencumbered license in the state of North Carolina. I received my degree from Troy University in Montgomery, Alabama, in 2005. I've worked in Labor and Delivery, Wellbaby Nursery and Postpartum Care, Independent and Assisted Living, Home Health Care, Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care. I have been the Assistant Director of Nursing as well as the Director of Nursing in Assisted Living and the Staff Development Coordinator in Skilled Nursing Facilities. In order to maintain my nursing license, I am required to earn Continuing Education credits through various studies in my field. I enjoy keeping my skills sharp and increasing my knowledge in order to provide the best care and education to my clients. Any of the nurses I employ will also be registered with the Board of Nursing. I will perform a license verification, background check and drug screen on all of those in my employment.
  • Can you accompany me to medical appointments?
    We are happy to assist you to a doctor's appointment and we will provide information regarding our care to your physician with your consent. We will also keep a primary family member informed of all care with your consent.
  • Can you give injections?
    We can give injections in the home provided you have the supplies and medication from the pharmacy. We will be happy to offer vaccinations during the season as well with a prescription from your physician.
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