Medical & Social Care

Medical and Social Care

Our medical and Social Care service is a comprehensive and integrated approach to healthcare that takes into consideration  medical treatment with social support services to address individuals’ physical, mental, and social well-being needs. This service offers healthcare professionals, including Nurses, Social workers, and Caregivers 

Here are some of the professionals we can offer :

Medical Services

Our (RGN) are licensed healthcare professional who specializes in general nursing care. 

They play a crucial role in providing comprehensive healthcare services. Their primary duties include :

  • Patient Care
  • Health Education
  • Recod keeping
  • Collaboration & Advocacy
  • Emergency Response
  • Promotion of Healththy lifestyles and prevention of diseases


RGNs play a vital role in the healthcare system, providing comprehensive nursing care to patients of all ages across various healthcare settings

Our Registered Nurses (RNs) follow a set of standard practices and guidelines to ensure safe, effective, and ethical patient care.

Here are some key standard practices our RNs follow:  Assessment, Implementation, Documentation, Medication Administration, Ethical Practice, Safety and Self-Care

Here are some essential skills and attributes required: Clinical Competence, Empathy and Compassion, Excellent Communication, Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving, Attention to Detail, Teamwork, Technology Proficiency, Legal and Ethical Understanding, Leadership & Adaptability.

Our RMNs also known as a Psychiatric Nurse, is a licensed healthcare professional who specializes in mental health care. Their primary duties include

  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Treatment Planning
  • Medication Administration & Crisis Intervention
  • Education & Support

RMNs play a crucial role in the mental healthcare system, helping individuals with mental health challenges achieve stability, recovery, and an improved quality of life.

Our Registered Nurses (RNs) follow a set of standard practices and guidelines to ensure safe, effective, and ethical patient care. Here are some key standard practices our RNs follow: Assessment, Implementation, Documentation, Medication Administration, Ethical Practice, Safety

Here are essential skills and qualities required:  Clinical Competence, Therapeutic Communication, Empathy and Compassion, Assessment and Risk Management, Medication Management, Crisis Intervention, Group Therapy Skills, Family and Supportive Counselling, Multidisciplinary Collaboration, Trauma-Informed Care, Documentation and Record Keeping, Mental Health Legislation, Self-Care and Patient Advocacy

Our Specialist nurses Nurses are highly trained and skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in specific areas of medicine or patient populations. . Here are some common types of our specialist nurses we offer:

  • Cardiac Nurse
  • A&E Nurse
  • Paediatric Nurse
  • Intensive Care Nurses
  • Neonatal Nurse, Critical Care Nurse
  • Midwife
  • Forensic Nurse


Our Specialist Nurses (SNs) follow a set of standard practices and guidelines to ensure safe, effective, and ethical patient care. Here are some key standard practices our RNs follow:

Assessment, Implementation, Documentation, Medication Administration, Ethical Practice, Safety and Self-Care

Physiotherapists specialize in improving clients’ physical mobility and function. They develop exercise programs and therapeutic interventions to address mobility issues and alleviate pain.

Here are the primary duties and responsibilities of physiotherapists:

  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Planning
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pain Management
  • Education and Counseling
  • Assistive Device Prescription
  • Patient Recordkeeping
  • Communication
  • Preventive Care
  • Research and Continuing Education
  • Functional Assessments
  • Patient Advocacy

The specific duties of a physiotherapist may vary depending on the setting in which they work, whether it’s a hospital, clinic, sports facility, or private practice. However, their core responsibility is to help patients improve their physical function, alleviate pain, and enhance their overall quality of life through evidence-based therapeutic interventions.

Occupational therapists focus on helping clients regain independence in daily activities, such as dressing, cooking, and grooming. They provide strategies and adaptations to enhance clients’ quality of life.

Speech and language therapists work with clients who have communication or swallowing difficulties. They provide therapy to enhance speech and language skills and address swallowing problems.

These professionals, including palliative care nurses and hospice workers, provide specialized care and support to individuals with terminal illnesses. They focus on pain management, symptom control, and emotional support for patients and their families.

Dementia care specialists are trained to work with clients living with dementia. They provide person-centered care, manage challenging behaviors, and offer support and education to families.

Reablement workers focus on helping clients regain independence and daily living skills after illness or injury. They develop care plans that aim to reduce long-term care needs.

Care coordinators or care managers are responsible for assessing clients’ needs, creating care plans, and coordinating the delivery of care services. They ensure that clients receive appropriate and effective care.

Our Learning Disability Nurses, are specialized healthcare professional who focuses on providing care and support to individuals with learning disabilities. Their primary duties include

  • Assessment and Care Planning
  • Behavioral Support
  • Family & Caregiver Support
  • Promotion of Independence


RNLDs play a vital role in enhancing the quality of life for individuals with learning disabilities, promoting their well-being, and ensuring they receive the support they need to lead fulfilling lives.

Our District and Community Nurses are healthcare professionals who provide vital healthcare services outside of hospitals and within the community. Their primary focus is on delivering holistic, patient-centred care to individuals of all ages in their homes and local communities. Their primary duties include

  • Assessment and Care Planning
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Wound Care
  • Medication Management & Palliative and End-of-Life Care


Community nurses, including District Nurses and Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPNs), provide skilled nursing care in patients’ homes. They manage and monitor chronic conditions, administer medications, and perform wound care, among other clinical tasks.

Our HCAs are a vital member of the healthcare team who provides essential non-medical care and support to patients under the supervision of registered nurses or other healthcare professionals.


Here are some of their duties:

-Patient Care:   Assist patients with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, toileting, and mobility, ensuring their comfort and well-being.

-Vital Sign Monitoring:  Measure and record vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and respiration, to assist in patient assessments.

-Assisting with Mobility:  Help patients move safely, transfer from beds to chairs, and use mobility aids when necessary to prevent complications like pressure ulcers.

-Feeding and Nutrition:  Assist with feeding patients who require support, adhering to dietary restrictions and monitoring food and fluid intake.

-Medication Assistance:  Under the guidance of a registered nurse, administer medications and observe and report any adverse reactions or changes in the patient’s condition.

-Record Keeping:  Maintain accurate patient records, documenting care provided and any observations or incidents.

-Infection Control:  Adhere to infection control protocols, ensuring a clean and safe patient environment.

Equipment Handling:  Operate and maintain medical equipment and assist with patient transfers and positioning.

-Safety:  Promote patient safety by identifying and addressing hazards, such as wet floors or unsafe conditions.

Healthcare Assistants play a crucial role in supporting patients in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, home healthcare, and assisted living facilities. Their compassionate care and attention contribute to the well-being and comfort of patients, enhancing the overall quality of care provided.

Our Support Workers are dedicated professional who provides assistance and support to individuals who require help due to various challenges or conditions. Their primary goal is to enhance the quality of life and promote independence for those they serve.

Here are some of their duties:

Personal Care: Assist individuals with activities of daily living (ADLs), including bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting.

Medication Reminders:  Provide reminders for individuals to take their medications and maintain accurate records of medication administration.

Emotional Support:  Offer companionship and emotional support, actively listening to individuals and providing reassurance.

Community Engagement:  Accompany individuals on outings, appointments, and social activities to promote social interaction and community participation.

Behavioral Support:  Implement behavior support plans, if applicable, and manage challenging behaviors through positive strategies.

Health Monitoring:  Observe and report changes in the individual’s health or behavior to healthcare professionals or supervisors.

Documentation:  Maintain accurate records of care provided, including progress notes, incident reports, and medication logs.

Safety:  Ensure the safety and well-being of the individuals by identifying and addressing any hazards or risks in the environment.

Communication:  Communicate effectively with individuals, their families, and healthcare providers to provide coordinated care.

Promote Independence:  Encourage and support individuals in developing and maintaining their independence and self-esteem.

These Servivesare often delivered through various settings, including hospitals, clinics, community centers, and individuals’ homes. They areessential for maintaining the health and well-being of individuals across the lifespan.

They often involve a multidisciplinary approach, with healthcare and social services professionals working together to provide holistic care that addresses not only physical health but also emotional, social, and psychological needs.

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