Traveling to patients’homes and managing their care plans according tophysicians’ instructions.
Administering medication and insulin, and completingblood pressure, glucose, urine, and stool tests.
Inspecting wounds, changing dressings, and handlingpersonal grooming and hygiene.
Testing formuscle weakness, bedsores, and any signs of infection.
Listening to the concerns of family members and answeringtheir questions.
Educating caregivers andfamily on the aftercare or ongoing care of the patient.
Providing suggestions for improved healthcare tophysicians and family members of the patient.
Monitoring patient recovery and compiling reports for thephysician.
Keeping abreast of developments inhealthcare and attending workshops and lectures asrequired.
Collaborating with doctors and otherhealthcare professionals to develop improved diets and healthcareplans for patients.