MedPro USA’s personal assistance services enable our clients to receive ongoing quality care in the most comfortable environment. Our main goal is to provide accessible and flexible services to our clients so they can maintain an independent lifestyle and enjoy better quality of life.

MedPro USA’s personal assistance services (including respite services) assists caregiver to have short-term breaks that reduce their stress, keep the balance, and recharge energy.

MedPro USA offer the following Personal Assistance Service:

  • Dressing
  • Grooming
  • Feeding
  • Exercising
  • Toileting
  • Positioning
  • Medication reminders
  • Routine hair or skin care
  • Transfer or ambulation
  • Bathing
  • Meal preparation
  • Laundry
  • Respite care
  • Companionship
  • Oral hygiene and skin care
  • Incontinence care

MedPro USA Health Services is a Family-Centered Home Health Agency. We recognize that all families bring great strength to health care experiences and to making decisions about the care of their family members. The concept of Family Centered is central to our personal assistant services- that clients and families express preferences and make choices about how their support services needs are met.

MedPro USA’s provider staffs are carefully selected after undergoing thorough interviewing, criminal background and other necessary screening, and testing. We strive to recruit and maintain highly qualified staffs with the experiences, attitude, and energy to practice family-centered home care. Our staff supervisor provides an effective orientation, routine supervision, and evaluation to providers and tries to match clients’ preferences to our caregivers’ qualifications.

For more information about MedPro USA’s personal care services, please contact our office at 713-859-2114, complete our contact form [HERE] or use our online patient referral form [HERE].

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