Catastrophic Care Services
Catastrophic injuries that involve brain and spinal cord damage are serious and complex. Typically, they come with long-term or lifelong implications. Clients with catastrophic injuries will likely require long-term medical care and, unfortunately, may have difficulty returning to work and resuming the activities of daily living. In addition to the physical pain and emotional impact of catastrophic injuries, the financial consequences may be overwhelming.
At Professional Case Management (PCM), we understand the physical, psychological and financial burdens brought on by catastrophic injuries. It’s a difficult time for clients and families alike. With our personalized, compassionate approach, we provide professional care and unwavering support to the people we serve—all in the comfort of their own home.
For over 30 years, our services have helped clients gain confidence, independence and new hope for the future. As the largest in-home healthcare company for workers’ compensation clients in the U.S., PCM has cared for thousands of high-acuity clients across the nation. With over 3,000 nurses and caregivers on staff, we have the knowledge, experience, and resources for any catastrophic care needs. Our high standard of respect provides trust, comfort, and peace of mind during these difficult times.
The PCM Catastrophic Care Difference:
- 30 years of experience providing in-home health care services
- Long-term, skilled care from RN, LPN and CNA caregivers for high acuity patients
- Over 2000 care providers employed by PCM nationwide offering 24/7 coverage
- Centralized staffing team with ability to scale up to serve clients based on location and specific case needs
- Local support with PCM-employed National Transport Nurse services available
- Consistently high client satisfaction scores reported via feedback review process
- Currently not supporting Medicare/Medicaid patients
PCM ensures that all nurses are appropriately trained and informed for the type of care the patient requires through:
- In-hospital or rehab facility hands-on training
- Digital media training and one-on-one training in the home
- Extensive equipment training
- Client specific orientation
- Ongoing assessment of skills