Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection. It is a life-threatening condition that requires urgent medical care to prevent tissue damage, organ damage, and death. In a typical year, at least 1.7 million adults in America develop sepsis and at least 350,000 adults who develop sepsis die during their hospitalization or are moved into hospice care. We recognize the complexities that come with managing Sepsis in a long-term care setting. Our Sepsis Program is designed to provide comprehensive care, support, and a tailored approach to meet the unique needs of individuals navigating this condition.
Personalized Care Plans
Each resident in our Sepsis Program receives personalized care plans developed by our experienced healthcare team. These plans are tailored to address the specific challenges and requirements associated with Sepsis. Our care plans aim to enhance overall well-being and quality of life.
Sepsis Program Design
- Expert Monitoring and Medication Management
Our dedicated team closely monitors residents' health status, vital signs, and symptoms related to Sepsis. With scrutinous medication management and oversight, we aim to optimize treatment adherence and minimize potential complications.
- Education and Support Services
We understand the importance of knowledge in managing Sepsis. We provide educational resources to residents and their families, ensuring everyone has the information and tools necessary to navigate Sepsis effectively. Learn more from the CDC Sepsis Brochure.
- Collaborative Approach
Our interdisciplinary team collaborates seamlessly to provide holistic care. From physicians and nurses to social workers and dietitians, every member contributes their expertise to ensure comprehensive and coordinated care for our residents.