Capabilities in Diverse
Teamwork is at the Heart of Our Success
TruHealth practitioners usually work in just one or two healthcare facilities. This enables them to get to know the patients, their families and the medical team. Our clinicians’ goal is to become valuable resources throughout the communities they serve.
In long-term care settings, TruHealth practitioners collaborate with administrators, physicians and other caregivers to address patients’ medical, mental health and social needs. We train our clinicians to develop individualized care plans that combine the following proven models of care.
Every person’s well-being involves body, mind and soul. This is why we seek health and behavioral interventions that fit the individual’s needs. We also work with family members and staff to create a peaceful, compassionate community.
By melding primary care with mental healthcare, we create a comfortable and safe environment for patients. TruHealth providers are trained to recognize and manage mental health disorders that may occur along with other health problems.
Older adults who must be transferred between care settings can benefit greatly from having a TruHealth provider assigned to oversee their quality of care every step of the way. This attention also can prevent repeated hospitalization.