Adult Private Duty Nursing

Private Duty nursing is provided in your home by either a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse. The level of skilled nursing depends upon the needs of the patient, in accordance with the New Jersey Nurse Practice Act. Nursing care is maintained in shifts of either 4, 8, 12, 16, or 24 hours per day. These parameters are determined by your insurance provider in collaboration with your physician.

Patient Liaison

Our Patient Liaison will meet with you at the hospital to assess the patient’s needs and determine the plan for coming home. They will review all of the services we provide not only for nursing care but also for delivery of medical equipment and supplies, formulas, or infusion therapy and injectables. They will coordinate all of these services for you and for your family.

Nursing Supervisor

You will be assigned to a Nursing Supervisor, who will collaborate with the hospital staff, and with the physicians, to create a clinical plan of care which will be compliant with the physicians’ orders. Your Nursing Supervisor is a specially trained registered nurse in their field, who will then manage and orient the nurses who will care for your loved one. This includes ensuring your nurses each achieve the highest clinical competencies necessary to provide the best possible care for you or your loved one. They will visit your home periodically to review nursing notes, to assess the clinical progress, and to collaborate with other members of the clinical team.

Staffing Supervisor

Our NBN internal Staffing Supervisor will maintain the schedule for each nurse who has been identified as a compatible clinician to work in your home. They will speak with you weekly to assess that the patient’s needs are being met and that your family is happy. They will call you about scheduling changes and will be able to answer any questions that you may have.

Medical Diagnoses

We have extensive experience working with types of diagnoses including but not limited to:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
  • Werdnig-Hoffman Syndrome
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases

Respite Care

Respite Care Services can be arranged for families who need to leave their loved ones in the hands of paraprofessionals even for the shortest amount of time.

We Specialize In:

  • Nursing care after injury, illness, or surgery or for chronic condition care.
  • Registered Dieticians to assist with promoting optimum nutrition.
  • Assistive care (home health aide services) such as bathing, dressing, and medication reminders.
  • Medical social work such as performing mental and social assessments and acting as a liaison for clients and families to connect to community resources.