HealthCall_Service_Icons_PedsFor more than 27 years, we’ve provided in-home nursing care to infants and children with medical disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.  An extraordinary group of professional, skilled and compassionate nurses and therapists, who understand the complex needs of young patients and their families, comprise the HealthCall pediatric services team.

We believe that everyone we serve should receive exceptional clinical care in the familiarity and comfort of their own home, surrounded by loved ones. Perhaps nowhere is this more important than in the care we provide to children. Our team of nurses and therapists has worked with children ranging in age from birth through 17, delivering a wide range of services that support individual care plans.

Our director of nursing and members of our clinical team are Certified Brain Injury Specialists. All of our nurses and therapists are specially trained in the area of traumatic brain injury and have experience with all levels of acuity in the pediatric population.

Pediatric nurses at HealthCall are required to participate in annual in-service training on high tech procedures such as ventilator, tracheostomy and PICC line management. We’re especially proud of our respiratory program which ensures the highest degree of in-home clinical care for children who depend on a ventilator.


Support Group for Parents, Guardians and Caregivers:

PRESTIGE: Pediatric Respiratory Education and Support Group

Our new pediatric-focused support group offers help for parents, guardians, and caregivers of children with chronic respiratory illnesses – particularly those with tracheostomies and ventilator dependence. Nurse educators and community health providers offer information, education and support through meetings, newsletters and always-available online resources.

Call (800) 991-9933 to learn more.

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Pediatric services include:

  • Personal care/ADLs
  • Mobility/transfer assistance
  • Ventilator/tracheostomy management
  • Medication administration
  • Gastrostomy management
  • Wound care management
  • Brain and spinal cord injury expertise
  • Experience with genetic disorders/birth anomalies
  • Skilled nursing accompaniment to school
  • PICC line management including IV medication administration
  • Monthly skilled nursing assessment/ supervisory visits
  • Seizure management

Our neonatal care services include:

  • Monitoring feeding/growth and development/weight gain for premature infants
  • Providing oversight to infants receiving tube feedings
  • Caring for failure to thrive
  • Caring for apnea of prematurity
  • Post-operative cardiac and orthopedic care for both newborns and pediatric clients