As patients get older, they become more susceptible to certain health risks such as heart disease, cancer, cognitive decline, and falls that can result in serious injury. If your loved one is facing these risks, you and your family may be considering assisted living facilities as a way to preserve their health and safety – but you may also be concerned about maintaining the quality of your aging loved one’s primary health care.
At PT Family Medicine, our primary health care center is proud to offer top-quality, hands-on primary care services and assistive care to patients who reside in assisted living or nursing homes. We’ll coordinate with your loved one’s facility, ensuring that all information is shared and that a one-on-one, individualized level of care continues throughout their life. We’re here to support both patients and their families, working to answer questions, address concerns, and ensuring that the patient’s care progresses smoothly.
If you have a loved one who is in need of patient-focused, personalized primary care in one of the skilled nursing homes near you in the greater Pittsburgh area, don’t wait. Schedule your first appointment with the team at PT Family Medicine today.
For the families of patients who are in long-term living facilities, it can be difficult to trust that your loved one is getting the high-quality, one-on-one care they deserve. While many of Pittsburgh’s long-term living facilities are excellent, your loved one shares time with a multitude of patients and may be missing out on individualized attention.
PT Family Medicine is committed to building trusting, long-term relationships with our patients that continue no matter where they are. If your loved one is in a long-term living facility, we’ll continue caring for them there as well. This doesn’t just involve being there in your loved one’s room – it involves coordinating with the team at the facility, sharing information that can benefit your loved one, and being a support to your family throughout the patient’s life.
If you’d like to learn more about our long-term living services and the way we coordinate care, schedule an appointment with us, or reach out to our friendly, knowledgeable staff. We’re happy to answer your questions and give you peace of mind.
For most patients, a nursing home is a temporary location in which they can receive continuous support and care until they no longer need it. For patients in long-term care facilities, this is a long-term residence that allows the patient to be cared for and assisted, most likely for the duration of their life.
Yes! PT Family Medicine believes in accessible primary care, and we’re proud to accept insurance from a number of providers across the Pittsburgh area. Visit our page to view our list of accepted providers, and reach out to us with any questions you have about your coverage.
At PT Family Medicine, it’s important to us that our top-quality care is as accessible as possible. We’ve made it easy to request an appointment – just using our to select a time that works for you, and we’ll reach out as soon as possible.