Wednesday, June 19, 2024

BP2W 2022: Lauve’s Pediatric

by BIZ Magazine

We are a locally owned and operated Pediatric Day Health Care. We opened our doors in January of 2016. We provide pediatric outpatient skilled nursing services to medically-fragile children ages birth thru 20 years of age. We are staffed with RN’s, LPN’s, CNA’s and therapists. We are a Medicaid funded program. We are open M-F 7:30-5:00. We provide transportation to and from our facility with our medical bus and staff.  In addition to skilled nursing services we provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, respiratory therapy and special education services and much more. Lauve’s strives to provide reliable and consistent care for your child. Lauves Pediatric offers a comprehensive system of support for our children provided by a team of healthcare professionals. We do not focus on any one need of a child but rather look at them as a whole. We take into account a child’s physical, emotional, educational, psychological, developmental, social, nursing and other needs. We promote the health, safety, and wellbeing of our children with respect for their autonomy and independence. We collaborate with your child’s practitioners to create an individualized plan of care for each child. Our focus is on early intervention and maximizing a child’s potential. Our staff provide constant assessment and care and can identify any abnormal findings to your child’s pediatrician in an effort to prevent hospitalizations and further complications. We take a personal approach to our patients and their families. We strive for Lauves Pediatric to be an extension of a child’s home. Our staff are here not only to provide services but to love and care for your child.

Common conditions of children enrolled in PDHC programs:

* Cardiac Disease

* Respiratory Disorders

* Gastrointestinal (Enteral Feedings)

* Neuromuscular Disorders

* Genetic Disorders

* Oncological & Hematological Disorders

* Congenital Disorders

* Failure to Thrive

* Born Addicted to Drugs

* Prematurity

* End Stage Disease

* Metabolic & Endocrine Disorders

* Orthopedic Conditions

* Post-Op Care

* Post-Traumatic Injury

* Feeding Disorders

* Burns

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