Skilled Nursing Care

Parkview offers 24-hour skilled nursing care and personal assistance in an environment equipped with the comforts and warmth of home, meeting the physical and emotional needs of people with chronic or long-term illnesses and disabilities. Our expert team possesses both high-quality training and unmatched kindness to provide exceptional care and support. Guests receive excellent treatment from familiar, trusted caregivers without the upheaval and inconvenience of travel to outside facilities.

Specialized Treatments

Nurse bandaging leg of patient
Wound Care

Our meticulous wound care protocols ensure that our guests receive prompt attention for existing wounds or post-surgical incisions, including wounds caused by venous-stasis ulcers, decubitus or pressure ulcers, and diabetic ulcers. Our nursing staff is skilled at preventing and treating wounds to promote proper healing and pain management.

IV/ Infusion Therapy

We offer IV and infusion therapy to treat a variety of illnesses and conditions, including antibiotic therapy to treat systemic infections such as sepsis or cellulitis, IV therapy to alleviate pain post-surgery, or fluid administration to treat or prevent dehydration.

Senior Man Looking At Doctor While Lying On Bed In Hospital
Team of enteral nutrition prepared in hospital, palliative care, conceptual image
Feeding Tubes

Occasionally, a resident may require the assistance of a feeding tube to ensure proper nutrition. Patients who have suffered a stroke with resulting dysphasia, patients who are aspirating or who have a history of aspiration pneumonia, and patients who are unable to swallow, who have digestive disorders, or who are failing to thrive may need a feeding tube, and our staff is well-versed in managing and maintaining several types of feeding tubes, including G-tubes, PEG tubes, NG tubes, and J-Tubes.

Medication Management

Every resident experience begins with a personalized care plan, complete with all prescribed medications. A team of nurses, therapists, and an attending physician constantly monitor and evaluate the medication plan for effectiveness and adjust it as needed.

Many of our guests require assistance with managing medications, including individuals with sight or memory impairments that can make it difficult to correctly administer medications. Skilled nurses work closely with our residents to help them understand their medication regimen and ensure they receive the correct dosages.

Our nurses also work with patients and their families to plan for proper medication management once a guest returns home

Nurse giving senior woman medical pills.
Doctor checking patient sugar level
Diabetes Management

Caregivers use a combination of medication, diet, and lifestyle factors to effectively treat guests with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. We help our residents understand the correct course of action for managing their diabetes diagnosis at our facility and for continued healing upon transitioning home.

Congestive Heart Failure Management

For guests with complex cardiac needs due to congestive heart failure, our treatment team will create and implement a care plan that balances medication, diet, and lifestyle choices to manage the condition and its side effects and to prevent or reduce progression of the disease.

An elderly Indian man with heart problems