Home Mednurse

Our vision

Providing and ensuring high quality medical care and patient care in their home environment.

Well trained staff

Our team consists of highly trained nurses who have the necessary training and experience to provide comprehensive and specialized nursing services.

We maximize our results by following American and European protocols while, at the same time, undergo quality control and evaluation by a gerontologist.  

Our philosophy

Our priority is the patient.

We provide personalized care tailored to the needs of the patient, always placing their well-being and dignity at the center of our services.  

Why Home Mednurse
  • Use of innovative state-of-the-art machines for a comprehensive treatment at your place.
  • Exclusive collaboration with the Trauma Center and the Gerontology Center.
  • Maintaining high standards of healthcare tailored to one's needs and preferences.
Home Nursing Care up to 24 hours

Flexible nursing programs tailored to the needs of each patient.

We are by your side as long as you need us.

Subcutaneous and/or intramuscular injections

Subcutaneous injections 

Administering drugs to the subcutaneous tissue by choosing the right equipment, the right administration area and the right technique.

Training (if requested) family members or carers to give subcutaneous injections confidently and safely.  

Intramuscular injections

Administering drugs directly into the muscles and especially the gluteal muscle.

With this method, a faster systemic absorption of the drug and a prolonged effect is achieved.

Oxygen therapy

Use exclusively of the leading LONGFIAN oxygen therapy machines, which are among the few machines with a continuous supply of medical oxygen (24/7).

Blood collection

Taking a blood sample for appropriate diagnostic analyses.

Transfer of the sample to a diagnostic center/chemistry.

Bathing and personal hygiene

Bathing and local cleaning of bedridden patients.  

Bath also for patients who find it difficult to move or enter the bathtub either with personal support or with the use of a special bath trolley.   

Placement of a urinary catheter or suprapubic catheter

Placement and change of permanent urethral and suprapubic catheters safely and with the necessary antisepsis to avoid infections.

Application and performance of intermittent catheterization, a method of emptying the bladder at regular intervals throughout the day. The catheter is placed temporarily and removed when the bladder is empty.

Wound care and treatment

Dressing change and wound care.

Suture removal using aseptic technique to minimize the risk of infection.

Disposition of top dressings by GESY with zero contribution from the patient.

Continuous information to relatives about the progress of the injuries.

Collaboration with patients' personal physicians.

Collaboration with the Trauma Center.

Collaboration with a medical team consisting of surgeons, vascular surgeons, orthopedists, dermatologists and others.

Treatment of pressure ulcers (bedsores)

Specialized care and treatment of pressure sores (bedsores).

Use of the latest technology and implementation of appropriate practices worthy of medical centers in America and Europe.

Strict and continuous monitoring of wounds and their full recovery.

Prevention and avoidance of pressure injuries (bedsores) in bedridden patients.

Collaboration with patients' personal physicians.

Collaboration with the Trauma Center and the Gerontology Center. 

Consultations with a team of scientific collaborators consisting of surgeons, vascular surgeons, dermatologists, clinical dietitians, podiatrists, speech therapists and others.

Nasogastric tube placement and change

Nasogastric tube placement and change (Levin).

Feeding and hydration through a nasogastric tube (Levin).

Placement of venous catheter

Placement of a venous catheter and administration of intravenous fluids.

Using appropriate insertion techniques, following sterile procedures, and monitoring to avoid complications.

Gastrostomy change

Gastrostomy change and care.

Gastrostomy feeding and hydration.

Tracheostomy care

Regular cleaning of the tracheal tube to prevent it from being blocked by liquids and mucous secretions.  

Stoma care

Colostomy – Ileostomy

Nephrostomy – Ureterostomy

Suction of bronchial secretions

Aspiration of secretions from the mouth, nose or tracheostomy with a special suction device and a special catheter. 

Training (if requested) family members or caregivers to perform suctions safely. 

Vital signs and blood sugar measurement

Measure, record and evaluate vital signs (temperature, heart rate, breathing and blood pressure).

Measuring, recording and evaluating sugar.


Introduction of a solution into the intestine from the rectum to facilitate its emptying. Application of low or high enema depending on the medical need.

Application of low or high enema depending on the medical need.

Education (if requested) of family members or caregivers on proper bowel function and prevention of constipation.