Like most industries, health and social care has its own set of terms, and some may be unfamiliar to you.Domiciliary care might be one of them.View More
Let’s take a look at what domiciliary care is and the type of valuable support it provides.
Respite care is a short-term passage of care, often for one to two weeks,from a carer who is different from your usual provider.View More
Manual Chest Physiotherapy (CPT) to clear the mucus
Strengthening and balancing exercises for old people
Physiotherapy for people who're into sports to enhance their performance and treat any injuries
Physiotherapy wax bath to ease stiffness in joints
Pre natal and post natal physiotherapy
Physiotherapy for patients with chronic diseases like cerebral palsy and moto-neuron diseases
When it comes to caring for your loved ones, compromise can never be an option.For your family members requiring long-term ICU care, most doctors and hospitals advice to provide this care at home. Especially if no active intervention is required. However, setting up an entire ICU at home is a detailed procedure and can give you endless emotional and monetary worries.View More
Getting medical equipment on rent or purchase at your doorstep has never been this convenient. During difficult phases of life, you or your loved one might need to rely on various medical equipment to get back to normal life. Portea offers a wide range of medical equipment for rent or purchase making healthcare more accessible and affordable for you.View More
Respite care is a short-term passage of care, often for one to two weeks,from a carer who is different from your usual provider. These respite breaks can be both planned or unplanned depending on circumstances,and can take place in your own home.View More
Highly Trained Nursing Staff, Personalized Care, Convenience & Cost Effectiveness, Faster Healing process, Better Time Management leading to Improved Quality of Life.
Standard services have prices as mentioned on the website. Post-operative care packages can be customized based on the requirement of the patient and pricing will be shared accordingly.
No, we do not provide services for end-of-life care now. But we will be initiating this very soon.
Our Nursing staff are recruited or are sourced from our partners, who undergo extensive training and qualify to our competency checks before they begin independent visits to the patient’s home.