Our highly skilled and qualified nurses offer a range of home nursing services to allow you to move back home after a stay at hospital, manage a health condition or disability, or pass away in the comfort of your home with palliative care. We can provide short term care while you recover from an illness, injury or surgery, or long-term care depending on your needs.
Our nurses are available 7 days a week to ensure that you receive regular treatment to avoid unnecessary stays in hospital. We also work collaboratively with you, your family, your doctors and other health professionals to provide the best care possible.
Having a chronic illness can affect all aspects of your life, particularly if you have long stays in hospital. To help you avoid this, our nurses work with you and your doctors to provide support to manage your health needs at home.
We support a range of chronic medical conditions including:
We can help you to manage your condition and improve your quality of life with services such as:
Living well with diabetes is achievable with support from your doctors and support services. Together, we’ll help you to maintain a healthy lifestyle with the right diet, regular exercise, and monitoring your blood glucose levels.
Our team of nurses and allied health professionals monitor and manage your diabetes, and related health conditions, in the comfort of your own home.
If you have a wound, ulcer, tracheostomy, or stoma and want to continue living in your own home, our skilled nurses can help by visiting you at home to providing the nursing care you need.
Our nurses are available seven days a week to ensure that your wounds are treated regularly and you avoid unnecessary stays in hospital. Our services can be used daily, weekly, or monthly as needed, or just for a short time while your wounds heal.
If you suffer from incontinence we can help you find ways to improve your lifestyle with a range of services delivered in the comfort of your own home.
Our dedicated nurses will speak with you about your symptoms, give you advice on how to improve them, discuss the most suitable continence aids, and provide care for catheters.
Continence is often a treatable condition with the right support from your doctors and Ozcare. Whether you are experiencing a one-off episode, or need regular care, our nurses can help.
We also provide a kids bed wetting clinic on the Gold Coast and Brisbane South.
It’s not always easy to take your prescribed medication, and not being able to do so can have a large impact your health.
If you need some support to keep up with your medication, our nurses can:
We administer all types of medications including injections, tablets, and creams, and can visit as often as needed, even multiple times a day.
Our medication management services include:
Our services are flexible and can be changed as your needs change. Whether you need help for a short time while recovering from illness or daily care into the future, Ozcare can help.
you have a terminal illness, you may decide that you would prefer to go home rather than staying in hospital.
Our palliative care services can provide complex nursing care, personal care, and support 24-hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure you receive quality care in the comfort of your own home.
To make sure you remain comfortable and free from pain, we provide:
Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
For the past 18 years Ozcare has provided immunisation services to Queensland workplaces and schools, protecting employees, students and businesses against a variety of illnesses and the latest flu strains. Vaccinations can be delivered individually or packaged together and delivered at one clinic.
Keep your employees and students healthy by immunising them annually against the latest flu strains.
New flu vaccines are made available in February/March each year and we offer clinics from March onwards. Vaccination is most effective in the months leading up to winter; March to June. We service most regions in Queensland from the Gold Coast to Brisbane and Far North Queensland.
Our immunisation nurses conduct the programs with minimal disruption to your school or business with in-house clinics.
Why it’s so important to protect against flu:
Find out more about influenza and the vaccines on the Australian Government’s Department of Health website.
We offer in-house clinics in schools and workplaces to protect against a range of bacterial and viral diseases. Our qualified immunisation nurses can provide children and adults with the following vaccinations, which can be delivered on their own or with others:
Vaccination not only protects people against bacterial and viral diseases, it also helps others by minimising the spread of infection.
We can provide private nursing care for people needing additional support following discharge from hospital.
Community nursing provides nursing and personal care services in your home for Gold or White Card holders.
If you are a Gold Card holder with high level personal care needs, identified by a Local Medical Officer, DVA will pay for your clinical nursing services. If you are a White Card holder, the condition requiring nursing must also be an accepted disability.
Get help to complete everyday tasks at home such as housework, showering, grooming and preparing meals. We can also support you to keep doing the things you enjoy at home or out in your local community.