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    Programs that offer skilled nursing care under the guidance and supervision of a physician in the homes of recently discharged hospital patients and other people who need continuous nursing care but are not in an acute phase of their illness.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Combat Casualty Nurse-Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society-MiramarSociety nurses provide active duty Navy and Marine Corps service members, retirees and veterans information and resources to deal with life-changing injuries and conditions related to their combat service. This includes health education; referrals and follow-up and emotional support. May include financial assistance as well.CentralVisiting NurseNavy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego
    Combat Casualty Visiting Nurse, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego Naval BaseMakes hospital and/or home visits to wounded, ill, and injured active duty, retired, and disabled Marines and Sailors to improve their quality of life by checking on the wellness of the service members, connecting them and their families with all available military, VA, state and local medical resources. CCA Visiting Nurses also ensure that the family members have adequate knowledge and training to help ensure proper in-home medical care is being provided to the rehabilitating service member. Referrals to the program may be made by military or civilian doctors, nurses, recovery care coordinators, or social workers, or the patient may contact the Combat Casualty Assistance Visiting Nurse directly by calling the San Diego Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office at (619) 238-0922.CentralVisiting NurseNavy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, Central RegionMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.CentralMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, North CoastalMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.North CoastalMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego (South Region)MCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.SouthMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San DiegoNurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses build therapeutic relationships with the family to provide support and parenting education through evidence-based practices. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare and other services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve pregnancy outcomes, promote child health and development, improve economic self-sufficiency, and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.SouthNurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Rady Children's HomeCare, Rady Children's Hospital and Health CenterRady Children’s HomeCare provides comprehensive services for newborns, infants, children, adolescents, young adults, and post-partum patients. All of our services are licensed and/or certified as appropriate and are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizatons. Experienced staff is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. HomeCare is no longer providing the Synagis injection, which helps prevent respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in babies at risk. If your child has been identified as eligible to receive the injection, please contact the Rady Children’s Infusion Center Case Manager, Mary Beth Childs, at 858-576-1700, ext. 5898. Home Health Services Intermittent visits (generally less than two hours in length) are provided by registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists. Services include: • Comprehensive assessments • Phototherapy • Skilled procedures and treatments • Rehab therapy services • Post-hospitalization/ER visit transition to home • Ostomy/wound care • Patient/parent teaching • IV/infusion • Maternal/child services • Social Work North CentralChildren's HomeCareRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    Scripps Home Health Care ServicesProvides home care services to recovering, disabled, and chronically ill adults in need of nursing, social or therapeutic treatment and/or assistance with activities of daily living. Services include skilled nursing; physical, occupational, and speech therapy; medical social services; cardiovascular nursing; and enterostomal therapy.North CentralScripps Home Health Care ServicesScripps Health
    Sharp Home Care, Sharp Home Health CareProvides intermittent skilled care to homebound patients at their place of residence under the orders of the patient's physician. Coordinates medical, nursing, rehabilitation, and educational services. Services include occupational, physical, and speech therapy; respiratory therapy; medical/surgical care; psychiatric nursing; infusion therapy; and medical social services. Provides home health aide services.North CentralSharp Home CareSharp HealthCare
    Visiting Nurse, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego - Camp PendletonMakes free hospital or home visits to eligible clients to improve their quality of life by promoting understanding of information about the individual’s health issues to the patient and their family members. Visits are frequently made to new mothers and infants, to patients recovering from surgery, to patients with chronic health problems, and to combat casualty patients and their families.North CoastalVisiting NurseNavy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego
    Visiting Nurse, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego - San Onofre - Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Building 520512, School of Infantry - WestMakes hospital or home visits to eligible clients to improve their quality of life by promoting understanding of information about the individual's health issues. Visits are frequently made to new mothers and infants, to patients recovering from surgery, and to patients with chronic health problems. This program is comprised of both volunteer and paid staff who are registered nurses. Referrals to the program may be made by military or civilian doctors, nurses, or social workers, or the patient may contact the Visiting Nurse directly by calling the local Society office.North CoastalVisiting NurseNavy-Marine Corps Relief Society, San Diego

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