The skilled team of Maisha Care Limited is always active with Home Nursing Service in Bangladesh . We have the skill and trained Patient Care Attendants and Diploma / B.Sc. Nurses who will provide 8/12/24 hours of service at the patient home in the hospital. We send three types of nurses to serve patients.
1) Diploma and B.Sc. Nurse.
2) Patient Care Attendant.
Diploma and B.Sc. Nurse: Diploma and B.Sc. nurse/Brother means those with an academic certificate. Diploma and B.Sc. nurses/ Brothers is salary a little more.
PCA: – PCA mean those with no academic certificates. A nurse does, and a PCA ( means Patient Care Attendant) does. We have the skill and trained Patient Care Attendants and Diploma / B.Sc. Nurses who will provide 8/12/24 hours of service at the patient home in the hospital. Nursing Home Service BD.
Paramedical:- This service includes being able to perform a doctor’s prescription blood test, X-ray, ultrasound or various scans. Even doctors cannot treat a patient without this test report. Those who work in this category are called paramedics. The name of this course is Paramedical Course. You will get so much from us. You can also provide a paramedical caregiver for a patient in your home or hospital. Nursing Agency BD.
12 Hours shiftget plan
Educations: SSC, HSC
Old Age Care
Patient's hygienic and cleanness
Stable Patient Handling
Day or night
Paramedical Course Completeget plan
12 Hours shift
Patient's hygienic and cleanness
ICU patient care
Dementia patient Care
Day or night
8 Hours shiftget plan
Handling critical patient
NICU, ICU, Surgical patient Care
Neuro patient Care
We take care to meet the improved needs of your loved ones at home to improve their health and happiness. Traditional internal care allows your loved ones to get the help they need without sacrificing their freedom. If your loved one is healthy, you may be able to meet his or her needs, but if you are ill, you can hire a caregiver/nurse to help provide them with the help they need. However, there are times . Home care services in Dhaka। Online nurse service.
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