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Our R.N. patient advocates help you reach your health goals. Managing medication, sorting through treatment options, ensuring smooth communication between all the parties, our mission is to help you achieve the best quality of life possible.

A Patient Advocate with a Difference

At The Doctor

Our RN patient advocates make sure your doctor understands your situation and needs. We “speak the language” and use our knowledge to support you and your goals.

A Patient Advocate with a Difference

In Transition

Situations change so rapidly. Our RN patient advocates can support you through changes in health or lifestyle, providing peace of mind to you and your family. Don’t know where to turn next? We can help.

From Our Clients

“You impress your clients with the fact that you really care for them. You gently tell them what they need to do but they hear it from you because they know you care.”

— C. S., SENIOR CLIENT

What is a Patient Advocate?

A patient advocate is an independent professional who works directly for the patient, helping them research, select, and manage their healthcare providers. An advocate serves no agenda but yours, and helps you navigate the intricacies of our health care system.

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One Crucial Tip if You Take Prescription Pain Medication

This is a hugely important tip, although it requires “nurse talk” when we get down to our bodily systems and inner workings. There has been a lot of talk about “opioid-induced constipation” on TV lately. It seemed to start at the last Superbowl with a commercial of a guy looking plaintively at various people who…

Tips for Buying a Medical Alert Button

We’ve all seen the commercials. A frail, elderly lady lies on the floor lamenting “Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” These commercials can seem amusing, but when you care for a frail senior, the consequences of falling can be all too real. Falling is the number one cause of going to the emergency…

Nurse Tip–Medical Errors: One Patient’s Story

Last month we wrote about the high prevalence of medical errors in the U.S. A study earlier this year in the medical journal BMJ stated that preventable medical errors accounted for 250,000 deaths per year, making it the third leading cause of death, after heart disease and cancer. As we said previously, this does not…