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Skilled Nursing Care

Our skilled nursing helps patients with chronic illness management, medications administration, rehabilitation therapies and wound care.

Quality Care in Your Home

Recovery Begins with Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing care can provide you and your family with focused and personalized support. It’s designed to help patients be as comfortable, healthy and independent as possible in their own homes.

Skilled nursing services may include providing medication administration, wound management, chronic illness management, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and more.

Helps coordinate care between multiple provider

Allows you to remain close to family members and loved ones

Can increase healthcare access and allow for faster recovery times

Personalized Care at Home for Faster, Safer Recovery

Patients and their families benefit from skilled nursing as this service provides patients with personalized and specialized care tailored to their condition. Having skilled nurses at home can increase access to healthcare and allow for faster recovery times from injuries or illnesses.

Holistic Care in Your Own Home

Nurses can teach families how to better manage home health services and treatments so they can help ensure the patient is receiving the right level of care from the right providers. To get started with skilled nursing through North Texas Home Care, reach out today. Call us at (972) 420-0489 or reach out here—for an assessment or to learn more about our services

The Front Lines of In-Home Care

Skilled nursing is an essential part of the healthcare industry, providing complex medical care to patients in need. Our skilled nursing includes a wide range of services offered by registered nurses and nursing assistants such as wound care, medication administration, patient assessments, IV therapy, and rehabilitation.

Skilled nursing is often provided based on the specific needs of individual patients, and the care is tailored to meet those needs. It usually takes place in a hospital or rehabilitation center, but skilled nursing can also be provided in other settings such as a patient’s home.

Skilled nursing requires specialized training and certification, as well as an understanding of the medical conditions being treated. The goal of skilled nursing is to provide comprehensive care that helps patients recover and maintain their independence. Skilled nursing professionals help improve patient outcomes, reduce hospital readmissions, and optimize the use of available healthcare resources. Ultimately, skilled nursing is an invaluable part of the healthcare system and an important component in providing quality care to our patients.

Professional Background

To become a skilled nurse, one must first complete an accredited nursing program and become a registered nurse. To specialize in skilled nursing, further training and education is usually required. Common courses for specialized nurses include pharmacology, emergency care, geriatrics, medical terminology, and IV therapy. Additionally, most states require certified nurses to complete continuing education credits each year in order to maintain their license.

Outlook for Skilled Nurses

Skilled nursing has become an increasingly important part of the healthcare system as patients live longer and require more complex care. Nurses provide valuable assistance to physicians in diagnosing and treating a variety of conditions, as well as providing compassionate care to elderly, sick, or injured patients. In addition, nurses are often called upon to help coordinate care between multiple providers, ensuring that patients receive the best possible care. With an aging population and the increasing need for medical services, skilled nursing will continue to play a vital role in healthcare for many years to come.

Nurse Owned, Nurse Operated, Quality Care

Why Choose Us?

On-Call 24x7

Nurse owned and nurse run, we have a registered nurse available on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


We are JAHCO accredited, demonstrating our organization’s dedication to providing outstanding care to our patients.


All home health aides are certified and work closely with the nurse case manager to ensure quality care.

Local and Independent

Privately and locally owned, we are able to make timely decisions in order to ensure our patients get the best possible care.

Higher Standards

All staff members are required to complete ongoing educational training and in-services.

Careful Coordination

A comprehensive plan of care is developed by our nurse case manager in coordination with the patient’s physician.