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Emergency Room Care

How to Help a Loved One Prepare for a Planned Hospital Admission

Ensure that your loved one’s medical team has all of the medical information and documents to make sure your loved one gets the best possible care.

How to Prepare for and Support ER Care

Whether or not you have a chronically ill or elderly loved one, being prepared for a hospital emergency room visit is a good idea for any family.

How to Support Loved Ones’ Hospital Care from Afar

Solo patients don’t have to be alone! Here’s how.

How to Help Make Sure Your Loved One Gets the Correct Diagnosis and Treatment

How to get independent 2nd opinions and make sure all treatment options are fully understood and agreed upon.

How to Plan for Good, Safe Care After A Hospital Stay

Help prevent medical complications and possible hospital round trip with a good plan and coordinated care after your loved one is discharged.

How to Support Safe & Sound Pregnancy, Birth, & Recovery

Care partners to pregnant people are critical!

Lists of “Caution” Medications for Children and Seniors

Age makes a difference in how we process medications: children and seniors are affected most.

Fortunately, there are simple guides anyone can use to look up prescriptions your doctor may order.  Keep these handy!

How to Prep for Time with Your Doctor

Doctors are busy! As much as they’d like to spend an hour or more with you, the reality is that they are generally pressed to schedule 2 or more patients in an hour. This goes for in-office and telehealth meetings.

Make every minute count!  Prepare ahead of time, just as you would prepare for any business meeting.

 

 

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