Jerusalem Assisted Living Nursing Care In-Home Recovery Service Launched

Achla Ach has launched a new private home health care service for patients around Jerusalem. The private nurse practitioner helps people to get the aid they need while preserving dignity from the comfort of their own home.

Jerusalem, Israel - February 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A Jerusalem based private nurse practitioner has launched a private home healthcare service, allowing local patients to recover in the comfort of their own home. The team at Achla Ach offers professional care for loved ones at home or in the hospital.

More information can be found at: https://achlaach.com

The site explains that Achla Ach specializes in nursing assistance and helping people with a range of activities. The specialist team at Achla Ach is able to help patients with all their basic needs, including bathing and dressing, as well as food preparation and medication.

Other services include clinical assessment and evaluation, pediatric care, geriatric care, hospice care, medication management, wound care and dressage change, private supervision after surgery, and many others.

In-home health services like Achla Ach are ideal for family members who want to ensure their loved ones are taken care of. The professional team is able to be there when the family might not have time, or has other commitments.

What’s more, in-home care is there to support the day to day life of the patient, allowing them to still retain their independence. Patients can get day to day help based on their needs, preserving dignity and maintaining a higher quality of life.

Achla Ach is run by Ach Arez, a skilled and registered nurse with over 20 years’ experience. He is officially certified both in the US and in Israel, and has worked in fields ranging from pediatrics through to neurology.

The Acela Ach site states: “His goal is to provide optimal compassionate care by giving one-on-one professional assistance to his patients. He also works with the families to help them look after their loved ones during their recovery period or long-term, in the comfort of their own home.“

Anyone worried about their loved ones or seniors in the family, and anyone wanting to arrange the best healthcare and assisted living can get in touch on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Arez Hecht
Email: Send Email
Organization: Achla Ach
Address: 31 Mitspe Street, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District 94525, Israel
Phone: +972-55-991-8890
Website: https://www.achlaach.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481619

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