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Our Healthlink® Care Programs are physician-managed home health services that target the specific medical and psycho-social needs of the patient. Our programs, systems and procedures are patterned after the US Home Health Care System and has been proven to be effective due to its multi-disciplinary and solution-based approach.

Our Healthlink® Plan of Care includes medical interventions and activities that are aimed to improve of our patient’s medical conditions and body and mind wellness. Goals are set at the start of the program and progress is monitored daily. Our Home Care Specialists are well-trained to render pro-active care and therapy and engage patients and family to achieve treatment goals. They are supported by nurses and physicians for consultation and reporting on patient’s condition and progress.

Our Patient Care Mentoring Program for family-designated caregiver ensures that Plan of Care is carried out properly even after the end of Healthlink®’s patient engagement.

Our full-service programs provide convenience for both the patient and the family by being able to immediately supply all the patient’s needs at consistent quality. Home Care Visits by our staff eliminates the inconveniences of receiving out-of-home treatment (travel time to treatment centers, waiting time), specially for disabled patients.

Our Healthlink® Programs are considered cost-effective specially due to shorter hospital stay, less hospital re-admissions, minimal work absences by family members, and less transportation cost for both the patient and his family.
A Physician-managed Home Health Care Program is grounded on the patient’s need to improve his condition and attain maximal independence. It adopts a more holistic approach to healing by treating the illness and not just the symptoms. Clinical assessments are done periodically to evaluate the patient’s progress against program goals. Constant and purposive monitoring results to faster response time for critical changes on the patient’s conditions.
The type of illness that can greatly benefit from Home Healthlink® Care Programs are: Illnesses that affect activities of daily living and needing rehabilitation
  • Neurologic/Neurosurgical
  • Infectious Disease
  • Cardiac Diseases
  • Pulmonary Diseases
  • Orthopedic Cases
  • Renal Diseases
  • Geriatric Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Elective post-operative cases
  • Plastic and cosmetic surgery
  • General surgery
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Assistance and instruction in maternal and child care
  • Post natal care
  • Well-baby care
A Plan of Care is a crucial part of providing excellent patient care. It includes the objectives, directions, interventions and activities that are needed to address the specific needs of the patient. It also defines the role of each member of our Medical Care team in the patient’s treatment to ensure completeness, quality and consistency of care.
It is ideal that caregivers render 8 – 12 hours of services per day to give them time to rest and regain their energy levels. Well-rested caregivers are alert and provide fresh eyes that can easily spot small but critical changes in the patient’s conditions. Renewed energy, on the other hand, allow them to perform their duties well and minimize mistakes and accidents.