Tony Izquierdo and Bob James, founding partners of Care Connection of Cincinnati (CCOC), have teamed up with Susan Fleckenstein and Bev Naber, key members of the management team at CCOC, to form Queen City Skilled Care (QCSC). QCSC will offer quality skilled home care in Cincinnati, Ohio, and surrounding counties. Tony and Bob are former managers at CCOC and have 30 years of home care experience. Bob, Susan and Bev are all registered nurses with decades of experience as health care providers. Tony has years of experience of marketing in the health care industry.
This team explained that the goal of QCSC is to build upon original successes to deliver the highest quality patient care and customer service in the rapidly evolving and highly competitive post acute care setting. Tony and Bob have 30 years of skilled home care experience. Queen City Skilled Care, meanwhile, is a joint ownership home care agency in which all their skills are brought together. It is under local, Cincinnati, ownership. Tony, Bob, Susan, and Bev all live in the community that they serve.
Through the agency, they aim to deliver the highest quality care services. These include rehabilitation through a multi-discipline approach, skilled nursing care, and personal home care assistance. As a home care agency, their goal is to ensure the comfort and dignity of their service users above all else. Home care nursing is an important element of today's health care industry since budgets are tighter and hospital beds are harder to find. Health care has proven, research based benefits on health outcomes.
"By ensuring people stay in their own home, they retain far more of their independence," explains a QCSC representative. "Not just that, it means that they are in a place that is comfortable and that they like and this has been shown to significantly benefit people in terms of the speed of their recovery."
Queen City Skilled Care offers a wealth of services. These include transitional care, medication management, specialized wound care, cognitive rehab, orthopedic rehab, speech therapy, social service support and personal care. People are encouraged to contact QCSC as soon as possible for further information. According to the representative, reasons for contacting them include the fact that they have more than 75 years of experience, they operate 24 hours a day for 7 days a week, and they promote the highest level of patient independence.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
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